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Welcome to Macdonald Linden Hall, Golf and Country Club

Address: Longhorsley, Longhorsley, NE65 8XF

Hotel Description

In 450 acres of Northumberland parkland, Linden Hall features a spa, golf course and award-winning restaurant. Offering free parking and free internet, the Georgian property is a 15-minute drive from Newcastle. The bedrooms at Macdonald Linden Hall have individual character and elegant decor. All rooms have satellite TV and a private bathroom with soft bathrobes. Macdonald Linden Hall, Golf & Country Club has an impressive golf course with sea views. There is also a tennis court, and the luxury spa has an indoor pool, sauna, gym and treatment rooms. The 2 AA-Rosette Dobson Restaurant serves an international menu and local specialities. The Linden Tree Country Pub features cosy log fires, and offers a range of beverages and snacks. Just 20 minutes from the sandy beaches at Hauxley, Linden Hall is only 15 minutes’ drive from Northumberland National Park. Historical Morpeth is also a 15-minute drive away.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Laundry Service
  • Inroom Breakfast
  • Ironing Service
  • Internet Services
  • Spa
  • Massage
  • Indoor Swimming Pool

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Brinkburn Priory - Northumberland - Country Home

Brinkburn Priory - Northumberland - Country Home

Distance 2.58 miles (4.13 km)
Brinkburn Priory was founded C. 1135 as a house for the Augustinian canons. The scenic 10-minute walk down from the car park passes some gnarled and ancient trees, which frame the visitors first and finest view of the church. This, the only complete surviving building of the monastery, was probably begun soon after Brinkburn was founded. The manor house attached to the Priory is currently undergoing restoration work.