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Market Cross Guest House

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In the village of Belford, Market Cross, previously part of a Georgian coaching house, is now an award-winning luxury Bed and Breakfast. Your hosts, Amanda and Steve, have been running the house since 2012 and have styled it to be warm and welcoming. As Bronze winners in North East Tourism Awards, 2020 their quality is recognised as one of the best.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Market Cross Guest House?

With four unique rooms, there is a room fit for every guest. All double rooms have king sized beds and all rooms are ensuite bathroom or shower rooms. Beds and linen are chosen to provide a restful nights sleep so you feel refreshed for the next day. Quality service and luxury facilities from the White Company toiletries and Nespresso machines and large screen LED Smart TVs in each room. Each room has a Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, and a fully stocked hospitality tray. Each with a variety of teas, other drinks, and, of course, homemade treats.  There is also a full size hairdryer, ironing facilities and mini fridges on request. You can stay connected throughout the entire house via the complimentary Mesh WiFi. During the summer, the garden is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the evening sun.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Belford area?

Belford is located in North Northumberland and close to the A1, making it an ideal location for exploring the surrounding and further afield areas of interest. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, including an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) along the coast. St Cuthberts Way and St Aidens Way, are just a couple of the many, walking routes Market Cross is on or very close to. Likewise, there are an array of excellent cycling routes. The Coast and Castles and the Sandstone Way are just a few examples. There is also excellent bird watching, seals, and dolphins off the Farne Islands. The magnificent castles of Bamburgh and Alnwick (famous for its Harry Potter connection) are just 15-20 minutes away and a must to visit in the area. There is something for everyone.

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

Market Cross pride themselves on the quality of their food which has gained them two AA awards for quality. Breakfast is served in the elegant dining room and is an extensive selection comprising of things you'd expect to see as well as a few that may surprise you. Market Cross also offer evening meals to their guests. All of the meals are cooked in-house by Amanda using as many local, fresh ingredients as possible. See their website for menus and conditions

Top facilities

Free WiFi

Breakfast included

Free parking

Facilities & information

Summary

Breakfast included

Parking (free)

Public parking nearby (free)

No smoking

B&B

5 Star Official Rating

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

Shared gardens

Private/enclosed garden

Garden furniture

Award Winning

Bathroom & Laundry

Television

Other TV, Audio, Tel, Fax

Linen included

Towels included

Iron/ironing board

Hair dryers

Central heating

Bicycle storage

Recreations

Bicycling, Cycling

Climbing, Abseiling

Jogging, running

Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Pub (a short drive)

Historic houses

Gardens

Golf course (a short drive)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Food

Dinner available (at additional cost)

Fridge

Extra info

Vendor Accreditation: 5* AA Guest House 2021, AA Breakfast Award 2021 & AA Dinner reward 2021

Arrival information and directions

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Address: 1 Church Street, Belford, Northumberland, BelfordNE70 7LS, United Kingdom

The village of Belford is just off the A1, 20 minutes north of Alnwick and well signposted. Market Cross Guest House is opposite the village square near the centre. The nearest railway stations are Berwick Upon Tweed and Alnmouth and are approximately 20 minutes in a taxi which is available at both.

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