Budle Hall, Bamburgh

Welcome

Come and enjoy this gracious and beautiful home on the Northumberland Coast. Budle Hall is family run B&B accommodation and is one of Northumberland's loveliest small country houses.  It is five minutes walk to beautiful sandy beaches which stretch for miles with views across to Holy Island.  It is only one mile from Bamburgh with its historic castle and a good selection of places to eat.  Budle Bay is famous for its waders, migrant birds, ducks and geese.  

There are many beautiful coastal walks to fill your days.  See our Things to See & Do for more attractions and activities.

Reviews of Budle Hall

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This is what 'The Buildings of England' by Nikolaus Pevsner says about Budle Hall:

'Budle Hall. Built in 1810 for a Mr Grieve Smith; the architect is unknown. The stone is a delicate pink ashlar. The house is square, five by five bays, with a Roman Doric porch and large two-storey bow windows on each side elevation. Inside, among much well-designed early C19 detail, a spacious staircase hall with a glazed dome and a cantilevered stair with lyre-pattern iron balusters.'