Hotels, Pubs & B&B's

Situated within a 5 minute walk of Alston town centre, Alston House Hotel has 7 ensuite bedrooms, all of which have either beautiful fellside or garden views. All the bedrooms have been recently refurbished with luxury bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, power showers, deep, plush carpets and high quality memory foam beds for that all important good nights sleep. From the moment you sink into the pure Egyptian cotton bed linen or snuggle into large fluffy towels, with a supply of luxury toiletries, sachets of ground coffee and a cafetiere, and all of the other little extras that will make your stay more special.

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The multi-award winning Cumberland Inn offers the best in real ales and ciders, real hospitality and with a real fire thrown in. Located in the centre of the Alston town, it is a freehouse in the traditional sense and is the place for real pub food, home cooked in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. They have 5 comfortable en-suite rooms. Accommodation has a 3 star accreditation and breakfasts are regularly regarded as 'Best Ever'.

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This 18th Century Manor House is an excellent base for exploring Alston and the North Pennines. All rooms are en-suite, beds range from a single to a king-size four poster. In the guest lounge there are traditional games and a book swap on the bookcase. Locally produced ales and soft drinks are available in the snug bar. Drying facilities available for walkers and cyclists and also secure storage. Breakfast is made with locally sourced produce.

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You will find a warm welcome at Lyndhurst B&B in the heart of beautiful Alston. Recently refurbished, our comfortable ensuite double room is spacious and tranquil. Situated on the ground floor, with a large hallway where bikes and boots can be kept safely, while you may like to have a massage jet shower, stroll out for a pint of real ale and some dinner at a nearby pub and then enjoy a great night's sleep.

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Miners Arms, a traditional village pub with wood-burning stoves serving the best in local and guest ales and quality food in the cosy bar or conservatory restaurant. A popular stop offering contemporary accommodation along the C2C cycle ride, Isaac's Tea Trail and many other north Pennine routes.

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