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No.6 at Druridge Bay

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No.6 at Druridge Bay
6 The Pines
Hadston United Kingdom

Rated 96 / 100 based on 198 customer reviews.

The quality of service and hospitality at No.6 at Druridge Bay has been identified as outstanding based on consistently high customer review ratings.

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No.6 at Druridge Bay has achieved a score of 96 / 100 based on 198 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.

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A 1 miles walk to Druridge Bay Country Park and beach and a 12 miles drive from Morpeth and Alnwick Castle, No.6 B&B offers stylish accommodation in the village of Hadston. This Northumberland bed and breakfast provides free parking and WiFi, and storage and drying facilities for walkers, cyclists and water-sports enthusiasts. With its own private entrance, the ground floor guest accommodation includes a double bed, sofa, wardrobe, flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. There is also an en-suite shower room and direct access to the garden and veranda. First floor accommodation includes the double or twin room; this room also includes a wardrobe, flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. There is also an en-suite shower room and balcony accessed directly from the room overlooking the gardens and countryside beyond. The house lies around 5 minutes' drive from Druridge Bay itself, with its sandy beach, dunes and beautiful views of the North Sea. The attractive county town of Morpeth offers regular farmers' markets and historic buildings including the 13th-century Chantry and Bagpipe Museum, while the iconic Alnwick Castle has appeared in 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' and the 'Harry Potter' films. Electric cars can be charged at No.6 at Druridge Bay for an extra fee and upon request.