Romantic Northumberland getaway – from £75
Main Street, Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4UH
- usually £188.00
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1 or 2 night stay for two with breakfast and a bottle of wine at The Collingwood Arms, Northumberland; beautiful Grade II listed building featured in The Telegraph's Best Boutique Hotels - save up to 61%
- 1 or 2 night stay for two with breakfast and a bottle of wine
- Beautiful Georgian Grade II listed building
- Featured in the Telegraph’s Best Boutique Hotels in Northumberland
- The perfect base to explore the Scottish Borders and Northumberland
- Rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Valid 7 days
Grab your favourite cuddle buddy for today’s deal, because your room at The Collingwood Arms promises cosy creature comforts galore. With Egyptian cotton sheets, luxury toiletries and understated class in each room, this hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway, and the bottle of wine you’ll enjoy on arrival helps too! What's more, the beautiful surroundings are the ideal setting for a peaceful stroll.
In the morning you’ll be treated to a delicious full English breakfast, and this lovely hotel knows a thing or two about the most important meal of the day, having bagged the Visit England Breakfast Award!
The Collingwood Arms was renovated in 2007 by award-winning architects and historians, restoring this Georgian Grade II listed building to its magnificent best. As part of the refurbishment, the walled garden underwent an extensive reshaping and now provides a scenic backdrop to the hotel.
Providing the ideal base to discover the Scottish Borders and the north of Northumberland, The Collingwood Arms is the perfect spot to take in the breath-taking views on nearby hiking trails or go for a few rounds of golf at one of the nearby courses.
Fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor
“We stayed here for a weekend and nothing was too much trouble for anyone. Great kennel for our dog which had nice heaters, particularly welcome as our stay was during cold weather. Our room was lovely - very comfortable, clean and spacious. The fire in the library is lovely and very welcoming and relaxing. Great food too!”
“We ate at the Bar at lunch, and then in the dining room in the evening. The food is all fresh local produce, with excellent service. The bedrooms were large and very comfortable. The whole place is maintained to a very high standard, with immaculate gardens. Helpful staff made for a wonderful experience in this most beautiful part of the country. If you get a chance to go, you will not regret it.”
“We have stayed in many 5* hotels around the world, however, I absolutely loved this hotel and would rate it higher than some major places both in UK and beyond. It is a small hotel, just near the River Tweed but the décor is gorgeous and modern and the welcome was so friendly!”