Hexham Hotels

The River Tyne offers the wonderful backdrop and thread to this fascinating market town in Northumberland England, it is a town of compelling contrasts of new and ancient that sit beside each other comfortably and in fact provide a flattering canvas. The many Hexham Hotels follow suit and whilst some are Historic others are strikingly modern, some are placed city centre and others flank the country. The Hotels have been structured to suit a wide range of audiences from the business executive, to the family group, the tourist, the honey moon couple and the long staying guest.

The closest major town to Hexham is Newcastle upon Tyne; there are however a collection of small villages not far away and thee include Corbridge, Riding Mill, Stocksfield, Wylam to the east and Acomb and Bellingham to the north, Allendale to the south and Haydon Bridge, Bardon Mill and Haltwhistle to the west. The skyline of Hexham is dominated by Hexham Abbey, and stands at the west end of the market place which is home to the Shambles a fantastic covered market built in 1766 by Sir Walter Blackett. The Abbey's Crypt has some interesting historic points of interest, there are several artefacts from Roman Britain, including the tombstone of a soldier who was stationed here, and fragment of a Roman temple. There is also the fascinating Saxon-era altarpiece, perhaps from the 8th or the 9th century.

The current church largely dates back to 1170 - 1250 and is designed in the Early English Gothic Style of architecture the east was rebuilt in 1860. Hexham is home to many events that are planned throughout the year, from Maypole dancing to Scottish Country dancing, Easter events and open air theatre, it is an area rich in heritage, wildlife and activity consequently it attracts many visitors and the vast catalogue of Hexham Hotels caters well for the visitors that arrive throughout the year.

The Hexham Hotels provide varying images from international modern chain hotels to grand country residences found on the outskirts overlooking the countryside to unique heritage Hotels. The luxury hotels provide airport transfer directly to hotel steps alternatively guests may take advantage of car hire allowing the convenience of visiting the quaint neighbouring villages. The Hotels may have taken on the mantle of a former coaching Inn, Parsonage or School House, interiors are designed to offer comfort and luxury and detailed through original works of art, thick carpeting, antiques, log fires and welcoming staff who process check in seamlessly

Accommodations may be modern and streamlined found in the international chain hotels and host well equipped study areas or maybe unique and traditional framing magnificent views of the town, river and countryside. The accommodations are home to high tech communication and entertainment systems and boast master bedrooms with king size beds dressed in fine linens.

The towns' finest restaurants are found within the Hexham Hotels and are proudly administered by world class chefs who produce international menus from seasonal produce companioned with a comprehensive wine selection. The Hotels offer traditional bars offering local ales and a selection of spirits and wines, trendy wine bars attract the chic and elite. Coffee shops welcome the morning with aromatic coffees and fresh pasties.

The larger Hexham Hotels provide conference and meeting venues and the perfect spaces for wedding celebrations and gala events. These Hotels boast luxury Health Spas, Gymnasiums, Jacuzzis, steam rooms and indoor and outdoor pools. The Hexham Hotels offer a veritable bouquet of accommodations ensured to meet the most discerning of demands.