The Anglers Arms

A Historic Hotel in Longframlington, Northumberland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Weldon Bridge
NE65 8AX

The Anglers Arms, Longframlington

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The Anglers Arms is a four star, traditional Northumbrian country inn set on the banks of the River Coquet. Dating back to the 1760's the Anglers Arms is full of antiques and quaint bric-a-brac.

Welcome to The Anglers Arms, a family run traditional, Northumbrian country inn set on the banks of the River Coquet. Dating back to the 1760's, this four star hotel is full of antiques and quaint bric-a-brac. The walls are full of pictures and fishing memorabilia.

On winter days, the open log fires are a welcoming treat. It is superbly located, close to the delights of both coast and country, from glorious Coquetdale to magnificent Bamburgh Castle. Walk the Simonside Hills or fish on the Inn's own one mile stretch of the River Coquet.

Approximately one mile away, health/fitness/beauty facilities are available. The hotel has a sophisticated restaurant (we won the La Routiers 2007 award for Inn of the Year ? The North) and a bar with a warm and friendly ambiance. All of our cosy and welcoming en suite bedrooms have a touch of old world charm and are attractively furnished and well equipped.

A hearty Northumbrian breakfast is included. Plenty of parking is available for guests.

4 star rating

From: £100.00

Room Facilities
Ironing board
Family/oversized room
Direct dial phone
Dining guide
Colour television
Alarm clock

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Wakeup call
Room service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
BBQ/Picnic area

On-site parking
Off-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
You may prefer to enjoy a meal in the convivial surroundings of the bar area. You will notice immediately the freindly ambience that is almost tangible. Meals are served daily until 9pm. The carriage is part of our high class a la carte restaurant and is a most unusual way to enjoy your meal in intimate surroundings. Silver service is standard. If you only wish for a quick bite to eat, then take a look at our lighter options.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's play area
Children's menu

Pet Policy
All pets

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