There is nowhere quite like Woodhorn. Here, listed colliery buildings combine with cutting edge 21st century architecture bordered by a country park.
Once part of the largest pit village in the world, Woodhorn retains the iconic silhouettes of its mining history, the giant pitwheel, a scheduled ancient monument, now complemented by the strikingly beautiful modern Cutter building. The setting makes a breath taking backdrop for photography, ensuring cherished memories that last a lifetime.
Woodhorn interiors offer the ultimate in style and flexibility to create the effect you want. Each room is
extremely versatile and can be elegantly dressed for a ceremony, arranged for an intimate sit down meal or transformed into an atmospheric dance floor. There are three rooms licensed for civil ceremonies:
• The Kilbourn Room – An intimate, modern space. The walls are hung with the beautiful, evocative prints by Pitman Painter, Oliver Kilbourn.
• The Winding Room – A spacious, light top floor room with delightful views to the Cheviot Hills in the west and the sea to the east.
• The Workshop Galleries – Retaining dramatic, attractive features from its colliery workshop past,
these galleries offer characterful and flexible space, ideal for larger weddings. This room is available
September to January.
Visitor parking at Woodhorn is all on the level with dedicated blue badge parking.
Level paths lead from the car park to the wedding and reception locations. Both buildings are fully accessible with toilet facilities.
Woodhorn is just off the A189 Spine Road east of Ashington. It is just 20 minutes from Newcastle.
Please follow the brown and white signs as you get closer as sat nav can lead you astray.
Woodhorn does not have a bus link but the nearest bus station is at Ashington, a 20 minute level walk.