Budle Hall is a family run, country house bed and breakfast on the Northumberland coast, located one mile from the picturesque village of Bamburgh. The Hall boasts stunning views across Budle Bay to Holy Island as well as beautiful countryside landscapes.
At Budle Hall we offer four nicely appointed bedrooms, which include super-king sized beds, tea and coffee making facilities, a television, free wifi and perhaps most importantly, stunning views. Afternoon tea can be enjoyed in the guest drawing room upon arrival, followed by a relaxing walk around the secret garden.
A stones' throw away to the nearest sandy beach and a 5 minute drive to the magnificent Bamburgh Castle, there is always plenty to see and do around Budle Hall!
A Historic Northumberland Country House Accommodation in Bamburgh as mentioned in 'The Buildings of England' by Nikolaus Pevsner:
"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.”