Boutique Hotel Northumberland
The Joiners Arms - really the only luxury 5 celebrity inn in Northumberland; a haven for fans of fresh, in your area sourced meals served up with a contemporary flourish and drinkers of all of the preferences, from crazy cocktails to comforting genuine ales. Plus, we're huge into people, therefore kids reach eat, sleep and have fun with everyone.
The Joiners Arms Restaurant is vibrant, friendly and a little bit quirky, there are a funky mix of natural panelling and old stone wall space, with low-hanging lights over the bar and a coal fire smouldering away. You will find removed floors, tables in bay house windows, neighborhood ales, then cakes on countertop you cannot resist. The restaurant will come in chic cabin design with natural wood wall space and green leather banquettes, the most perfect spot to spend time when you are not involved with dazzling coastal adventures or concealing call at your luxe Northumberland boutique bed room. Are you aware that meals, return home to tasty gastro fare, maybe smoked haddock chowder, a delicious Northumbrian steak, gluey toffee pudding with ginger ice-cream.
"The Joiners Arms is an inn and restaurant of which the county is justifiably happy. The quality of accommodation supplied is one of the best in Northumberland with wonderful, separately created bed rooms that site visitors won’t wish to keep, regardless of the Joiner’s spectacular place on the beautiful Northumberland Coast set in beautiful moving farmland. Perfectly positioned for exploring the most readily useful of Northumberland’s destinations including Alnwick Castle, the Alnwick Garden and Bamburgh Castle, the Joiners can also be developing a reputation once and for all, locally sourced meals with a menu which includes top Northumberland has to offer from fresh fish and shellfish plucked through the nearby North Sea, to Northumbrian beef, lamb, mozzarella cheese and online game. Northumberland Tourism is thrilled to recommend the Joiners to residents and people to Northumberland alike."