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Enjoyed an overnight stay, room lovely and big . Lots of storage and beautiful views of the cricket pitch and river.
Staff were lovely and very helpful. We ate at the bar rather than the restaurant, food was nice and large portions.
We never used...More
The room was very airy and comfortable with views over the river. It had a good size bathroom and the bed was comfortable too. We had dinner in the restaurant having previously booked half board and thoroughly enjoyed the 4 course meal that was included....More
We ate once at the restaurant and enjoyed it so much that we promptly booked to eat there again two days later. The food here is very good indeed. There is a good choice, which changes daily apparently, and the cooking is spot-on. All four...More
My husband and I stayed here in February 2018 for the weekend. On arrival it looked very promising. We checked in and were directed outside to our accommodation across the courtyard at back of hotel, down steps to a row of bedrooms overlooking the cricket...More
As there were 2 couples we were given an apartment. It had 2 large bedrooms with king size beds, both en suite, kitchen with dishwasher, cooker etc, large lounge and a balcony.
Great space with the only issue being house keeping didn't realise we weren't...More
Response from davidsenior | Reviewed this property |
the hotel is nice never used the pool had a lovely meal in the restaurant friendly staff.lovely views nice wee village its in.theres lots of historical places to visit.we enjoyed a two night break there.
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack... More
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack for about £12, I don't recommend having a starter beforehand. From the High St, there is a return walk that takes you through ancient woodland to an impressive waterfall, (under 3 miles return trip). Out and about, the Roman Wall and forts are easily accessed, and Kielder resevoir is a short drive away. There are a few 'English Heritage' type sites around also.(eg. Belsay Hall and Castle)