Villages & Resorts in Northumberland in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... overlooked by Belford Hall, now made into flats for tenants. The Golf Club also does Karaoke, Pub Quizzes and has live football at the weekend. The main watering hole for most villagers is called The Belford Club, this establishment is run by my next door neighbour Jane, a funny and lively Scottish woman who will get you with her cheeky banter, she always does. This offers a downstairs lounge to drink and play darts or pool, or the upstairs dancefloor, which she regularly holds dances and discos, the last one I attended was at New Year 2 years ago, she keeps the place open till about 2am, it is a great party and the discos are done by... more
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by - written on 11/10/13, updated on 11/10/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I bet you have never heard of Belford this is a small, quiet and picturesque village, it happens to be where I grew up and lived until I left for university 5 years ago, to be honest I miss the tranquillity and the quiet lifestyle that comes with living in a village. In all honesty Belford is a small village where tourists have their accommodation and then travel off on their adventures. It consists of three B&B's, one Hotel, some holiday cottages, barns and two caravan sites. This village tends to be the centre point of all the small villages of North Northumberland. It is approximately 50 miles north of Newcastle Upon Tyne, 15 miles south of Berwick ... Read the complete review
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