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The Victoria Hotel

Pull-on your wellies and get ready to enjoy a relaxing stroll along the most picturesque beach in Northumberland.

At the Victoria Hotel, we have something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you fancy watching the sun setting over Holy Island or unwinding next to a crackling fireplace, we guarantee that you’ll find something that warms your cockles.

After a great night’s sleep, our famous hearty Northumberland breakfast is sure to give you enough energy for all of the exciting and action-packed activities local to Bamburgh. We pride ourselves on our warm and welcoming service with attention to detail that keeps our customers coming back year after year.

Our rates are very competitive, and you’re sure to find a great deal at the Victoria Hotel when you book online.

What are you waiting for? Book now! The team are looking forward to hearing from you.


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Bar & Brasserie

Come for the sights, stay for the food. Our locally sourced menu is as fresh as a Northumberland breeze.

Open to all, our talented brigade offer the finest of food, customer service, and of course a friendly Northern welcome. Our Bar is open for morning coffees & teas and food served daily from noon. Our Brasserie is open from 6pm each evening, bookings advisable.


Things to do


Welcome to Bamburgh Castle, the Kingdom of Northumbria’s epicentre and home of the Armstrong family since 1894. Crowning nine acres of the Great Whin Sill, Bamburgh Castle has stood guard above the Northumberland coast for thousands of years. Discover a castle like no other and find out why Bamburgh Castle truly is England’s finest coastal fortress.

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Bamburgh Castle Golf Club is often quoted as one of the most scenic golf courses in Britain and with views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and of course Bamburgh Castle, the course is one of the truest links experiences to be had in England. This is a must-play golf course – join us and enjoy unforgettable golfing experiences.

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This mysterious tidal island off Northumberland’s coast becomes inaccessible when the tide washes over its causeway. When it’s safe to cross the causeway, expect to find charming cafes, an ancient priory, and a castle that teeters on the coastline.This pint-sized island holds pubs and cafés a-plenty, a coastal castle and an ancient priory that are all waiting to be discovered. Always check safe crossing times before visiting Holy Island, as it becomes separated from the rest of the world and completely inaccessible twice a day.

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Our 12 acres of meandering and magnificent Gardens are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku Cherry Orchard, a Grand Cascade comprising 120 water jets and the worlds largest Treehouse Restaurant.The Garden is a peaceful and tranquil haven to spend hour after hour wandering amongst the Roses, the Ornamental Garden and the Cherry Blossom or just kicking back to take it all in on one of our 50 swinging benches.Alnwick Castle has over 950 years of history to discover, and the origins of the Castle date back to the Norman period. Since 1309, its story has been intertwined with that of the Percy family, a family with a history as illustrious as the castle’s own.The second largest inhabited castle in the UK, Alnwick has served as a military outpost, a teaching college, a refuge for evacuees, a film set, and not least as a family home. Delve deeper into this extraordinary history and travel through the centuries of this living, evolving castle.

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The shop has many extra features: open fires in the Winter, beloved by all. The Station Buffet with good plain food, coffee, tea and cookies. Plus Paradise, the new ice cream parlour. A model railway acting as a link between the book columns of the central room, along with poetry lines. Three stunning 40-foot murals. Numerous restored station features. Generous seating. A children’s room with enough toys to allow parents and grandparents to browse elsewhere in peace – provided one guardian is left to look after the children! And a whole huge room lined with over forty glass cases containing many of the more interesting antiquarian books.
Preservation and Restoration: because of its architecture and history, the owners have done what they can (and felt privileged to do so) to restore and enhance their holding – as and when they could afford to. To that end, the lovely old canopy outside has been re-exposed, the fireplaces put back into working order, a missing skylight glassed in, rooms plastered and repainted. All of which, to our pleasure, has brought, after its closure in 1968, public life back to a building that was made for it.

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🥇🥇🥇 Wowwwzzaaaaaa we’ve topped the list of the Top 40 Hotel’s in North Northumberland!!!

June 1, 2021

WELL DONE 👏 to all the staff who are working so hard - drinks are on me later 🥂🍻

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I think Roxie is just as excited as us that it’s the 17th of May tomorrow and we can welcome everyone back indoors 🎉🥳🍾

May 16, 2021

We will be fully reopen and serving from our new menu. Thank you to all who have visited us and sampled some of the new dishes whilst we’ve just been open for outdoor & takeaway service but now it’s time to get back indoors!!

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Last minute availability for our self accommodation cottages on The Wynding

May 23, 2021

Cuthbert Cottage which has two doubles and one deck bed - Arrive Monday 7th June for 4 nights at £600

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