I stayed with my family at Clennel Hall in a campervan. We ate in the bar twice and the food was delicious, particularly the generous Sunday dinner! Friendly staff and a quirky hall, set in a very scenic location.
With a fantastic location in (very) rural Northumberland, this 700 year old building just oozes character, however it’s Rocky, Roz and all the staff that make this place really tick. Rocky is a big character, very friendly and took the time to explain about the ancient history of the area and Clennell Hall itself. We stayed for an evening meal which we thoroughly enjoyed , and next morning the traditional full English breakfast was spot on. Rocky is a big supporter of hosting music events which are currently curtailed due to the Covid situation but he and all the staff still worked hard to make our stay as enjoyable as possible in these unusual times. We’ll definitely return soon for more.
The hotel is beautiful, in stunning surroundings. The rooms are spacious, clean and very comfortable. The staff we're fabulous and very friendly. Ken and Rocky really made it a great night! The food is gorgeous and very reasonably priced. I've booked again already, and I can't wait to come back.
as per previous review!! I booked for 2 nights but walked out after just 1 night . my first room came with no hot water my second room came with no heating and broken radiator. I complained to the owner who just wasn't interested. The whole place has clearly seen better days it was tired worn, the breakfast came with cold tea and coffee, cooked food marginally better. If you are happy to stay at a place where the owners couldn't care less then fine this will suit ,however if like me you would rather a few comforts like hot water and warmth ..then you must avoid . don't waste your money here. just really poor
We intended to stay for two nights but gave up when there was no hot water for the second day running. The electricity wasn’t working when we woke up - turns out that another guest had tried to iron a shirt but the iron had exploded. The person serving us breakfast clearly had no idea that wiping her nose with her hand and then using the same hand to pass cutlery to us wasn’t ok. The whole place was very tired and shabby. Waste of a lovely building.