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Stayed on a Saturday Night as part of a 4 x 4 tour of Northumberland block booked by the tour organiser
The evening meal was from the main menu. Everybody I spoke to, in the group, said they enjoyed their food. Have to say my...More
If you’re the sort that demand modern decor, then this 17 century inn is not for you. If however you judge a hotel by cleanliness, well cooked food and friendly staff, then you will not be disappointed.
The hotel is situated on the outskirts of...More
Enjoyable "overnighter" spent in this lovely rural former coaching inn. Family run, friendly staff. Clean comfortable rooms, our bathroom was small (Room 16), but adequate. Breakfast was served across x1 of the dining rooms and bar area with each room having a table number identity...More
Great, as they serve Sunday lunch up until 8pm. we called around 4.30pm and it was fairly quiet but it soon was busy. We skipped a starter and went straight for the main course. Of course I had the Northumbrian beef and Yorkshire pudding, what...More
Just returned from a weekend break with 3 other couples. The rooms were adequate, cleanish, but in desperate need of updating. Creaky beds, very uncomfortable, obviously old. The bathrooms pretty much the same, extractor fans not working, bulbs out, threadbare towels.
Staff very hardworking and...More