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Accommodation at Post Office House

Our Rooms

Three individually designed rooms, appointed to a high standard with luxury bedding, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries and full hospitality tray. Looking for a peaceful romantic break to celebrate a honeymoon, anniversary or other special occasion? We will ensure your stay is a special one.

Craster Smoked Haddock and Poached Egg

Breakfast

Our award winning breakfasts range from Full Northumbrian to Craster kippers, with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free/coeliac diets catered for.  We are strong supporters of ‘shopping local’ and will endeavour where possible to use local, independent suppliers and producers.

View from Post Office House

Local Area Information

Belford is a picturesque, historic coaching town in North Northumberland with a thriving community and a range of local amenities. It is an ideal base for those wishing to explore the rich history of the area, whether by cycling, fishing, playing golf or walking.

About Us

Post-Office-House-ExteriorPost Office House is a AA Four Star Gold bed and breakfast, close to Bamburgh and the stunning Northumberland Coast (AONB). Post Office House was fully refurbished into a high quality accommodation establishment in 2016 and offer guests’ comfort, luxury and relaxation in our elegant Victorian home.

Purpose-built in 1893 and Grade II Listed, Post Office House (as the name suggests) was Belford’s former post office and retains the distinctive red pillar box, still in use today. It also housed the telephone exchange and sorting facilities, together with a private residence for the Postmaster and family until the last Postmaster retired in 2014. Belford still retains a post office service, but is now located in the Co-op on West Street.

We are situated between Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed and just minutes off the A1. The stunning coastline and sandy beaches of Bamburgh and Budle Bay are within a ten minute drive.  We are also on the direct route of St Cuthbert’s Way and Northumberland Coastal Path which take in the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and is a walker’s paradise.

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Comments from our Guestbook

Excellent B&B, Claire & Simon, brilliant. Will recommend. Thank you!

Paul & Hilary, Wilmslow, CheshireStayed January 2018

Lovely to be back. As wonderful as I remembered. Best B&B breakfast ever

Charlie & Paul, CumbriaStayed February 2018

Excellent find. Thank you

David & Wendy, Barnsley, South YorksStayed February 2018

The best B&B ever. The comfiest sleep and loveliest breaky!

Paul & Jayne, North YorkshireStayed March 2018

First time stay. Excellent, thank you. Lovely to catch up and will return

George & Carol, Darlington, Co DurhamStayed March 2018

Another lovely stay – felt so at home here – every comfort addressed.

Peter & Heather, EdinburghStayed March 2018

Excellent B&B! We loved it! Thank you!

Phil & Janette, LoughboroughStayed April 2018

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AA Four Star Gold Award