Following the latest government announcement our doors are closed and we are in a national lock down until further notice.
We are open for all wedding and event enquiries by phone and email. Please contact Dee our Events & Wedding co-ordinator on 07434 867 939 or email email@example.com.
For future hotel bookings 01669 650377
Enter as strangers ~ leave as friends
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.
Location & places of interest
Only 15 Miles from the village of Rothbury, with local shops, cafe's and pubs, the famous Cragside House stands with its magnificent grounds.
The town of Alnwick, 20 miles east of Clennell towards the coast has become recently famous for hosting stars of Harry Potter at the grand Alnwick Castle, together with the famous Alnwick Gardens, and Tree House.
Further North East is the colourful fishing village of Seahouses, with daily boat trips to the Farne Islands to see the Puffinsand the Lighthouse.
On the coast also stands the spectacular Bamburgh Castle, one of the largest inhabited castles in the country
The bustling market town of Morpeth is 30 miles from Clennell Hall. Combine the old and the new with a walk around Morpeth's modern Wednesday market which is just a stone's throw from the 13th century Chantry that houses the town's Bagpipe Museum and Northumbrian Arts and Craft Gallery.
Or just on the doorstep ....
Wildlife is abundant, Roe deer graze in the grounds of Clennell Hall, badgers and foxes are commonplace and a healthy population of otters now reside in the area. The endangered red squirrel is still commonly seen here, one of the few places in England where it's grey cousin has not yet taken hold. Many rare bird species are regularly seen with the surrounding hills home to ravens, peregrine falcons, buzzards and many other birds of prey. The protected hay meadows of the upper valley are a haven for wild flowers, insects and the birds that feed on them.