Alwinton, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7BG
Clennell Hall is situated in the Coquet Valley on the very edge of the Northumberland National Park, nestling in the valley of the river Alwin. It is the ideal base for exploring the Northumberland countryside and an ideal venue for weddings and music events. Clennell Hall dates from the 13th Century and retains many of its original architectural features. With its ornate ceilings, panelled walls, mullioned windows and rich furnishings, along with our extensive gardens we strive to deliver a memorable country house hotel experience to all of our guests.
Clennell Hall is an historic manor house and Grade II listed building, now operated as a country hotel, situated at Clennell, near Alwinton, Northumberland. The Clennell family held the manor of Clennell from the 13th century. In 1715 it was the seat of Luke Clennell, (High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1727) and comprised an old pele tower (est. 1589) on the east, a double wing at the west and a small court to the south with a large gateway. In 1749 Philadelphia Clennell, the heiress of the estate married William Wilkinson, (High Sheriff in 1758). In 1895 their great grandson Anthony Wilkinson greatly extended the property by the addition of a large Tudor style mansion.
Within this historic setting are 10 spacious en suite bedrooms ranging from twin, double to king size rooms, all with stunning views of the grounds and the surrounding hills. There are two bunk rooms (available to book per person), room 1 has 5 beds and room 2 has 7 beds, with shower and toilet facilities and cycle storage. There is a dedicated area for camping and campervans within the grounds. The manor house includes a luxurious function room, reception hall and Pele Tower cellar, all available to book for events and weddings. There is free wi-fi and all rooms have TV’s plus tea/coffee making facilities, toiletries and hairdryer.
Clennell Hall is in close proximity to Cragside House, Alnwick Castle and Gardens and the historic market town of Morpeth. It is a short drive away from the picturesque Northumberland coast, including Seahouses and Bamburgh Castle. It is also beside the route of the Sandstone way, Route 68 Pennine cycle way and the Border County Ride, as well as the old drove road of Clennell Street.
Enter as Strangers, Leave as Friends.