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The Linnels is located two miles south of Hexham and three miles from Corbridge on the eastern edge of Hexhamshire. The Linnels is understood to have been originally constructed in 1897 having originally been a coaching inn. This house has been admired by many for its beauty, quality, prestige and unique setting. The grounds were once admired, as was the house, by Wainwright on one of his walks, when he described the view from the bridge in “A Pennine Journey” (1938). The Victorian Coach House has been adapted, altering the old tack room into a ground floor entrance, kitchen and dining area and connects to the first floor where there are 3 bedrooms and a beautiful sitting room set into the loft. The bedrooms have one en-suite shower room as well as the main bathroom. It has oil-fired central heating.Quality in Tourism Award 4* Gold Xmas 2015 we will accept bookings for Wednesday 23 December for 7 days and Wednesday 30 December for 7 days