Bedlington is a famous and historic village in England, located between Newcastle and Durham. It is most famous for its antiques market, which attracts visitors from near and far. It also has a medieval street market, which features local produce and artisan goods. In 1859 Bedlington was home to the world’s first ever daily newspaper, the North English Daily Gazette.

The village has a number of Georgian and Victorian terrace houses, which date from the middle of the 19th century. However, the building that draws the most attention is Bedlington Hall. This grand house was built in 1842 for the D’Arcy-Brennan family and it was the headquarters of the British Empire during the late 19th century. It is certainly one of the finest examples of Italianate villas in England. Today, Bedlington Hall is a hotel and the largest private residence in North England. It is also a popular wedding venue, being the residence of the bride’s grandfather, the Duke of Argyll.

Whether you are planning a luxurious overnight stay or a wedding reception, Bedlington Hall has it all. The Villas of Bedlington, which consist of five individually styled and distinctive residences, are available for bookings. Four of them offer beautiful sea views and it is not uncommon for weddings to be held at one of these villas. With a history like this, it is no surprise that Bedlington has attracted many famous and high-profile visitors over the years.

The five villas are individually styled and highly individualized. One of them is even designed around the theme of a ‘steampunk’ engineer, which will provide you with a memorable and unique vacation. If you are looking to plan a luxurious stay or a wedding in the North East, then look no further. You can learn more about the Villas of Bedlington and make a booking online now!

The Finest Food And Drinking Haven In The Northeast

As mentioned, the antiques market in Bedlington is one of the highlights of the village. It is famous for its huge range of vintage furniture and decorative accessories, which are on sale alongside the usual array of bric-a-brac. The antiques market, which is held on the first Sunday of every month, is worth a visit, if not just for the nostalgic atmosphere. There are also several small local retailers, offering a variety of gifts and souvenirs. If you are looking to purchase something unique and old, then Bedlington is the place to be.

The dining scene in Bedlington is equally as good as the antiques market. It is home to a number of restaurants and cafés, serving everything from traditional English breakfasts to fine dining and even occasional pop-up restaurants, serving everything from crumpets to lobster. There is something to suit all palates, which also offers visitors the wonderful option of eating at room temperature, if they are not feeling too hungry at the time!

In addition, Bedlington is home to some of the most famous pubs in England. Those interested in history and architecture will visit the Angel Hotel, which is reputed to be the largest surviving example of a gentlemen’s pub in Europe. It was built in 1838 and the landlord, Mr. Henry Dixon, claims that it was the model for some of the later and much frequented London pubs. It is known that Winston Churchill frequented the pub, which is now a hotel. Today it still serves the traditional drinks, along with more elaborate cocktails, craft beers, and fine wines. Most of the buildings in the village were designed by the famous architect, Alfred Waterhouse, who also designed the nearby Rowsborough Park. These days, Alfred Waterhouse’s work is valued at over £1 million, which is quite a sum for a small village!

The best way to learn more about Bedlington is via its website, which provides lots of useful information and even makes it easy to plan your itinerary. Make sure to check out their online shops, for some great buys at amazing prices! In addition, the tourism council produces a monthly newsletter, which keeps residents and visitors abreast of all the latest news and events in the village. If you want to plan an unforgettable getaway or wedding in the Northeastern part of England, then there are so many options to choose from in Bedlington!