We returned to Battlesteads for a stopover en-route to Scotland. Not a particularly natural stopover location but, having been before, worth a detour. Nothing disappointed. The room was just the job, having all the facilities we needed, was clean, comfortable and well maintained. The remote position of the hotel ensured a quiet environment, so we enjoyed a very peaceful night there. We also took dinner in the restaurant. All staff were polite and could not do enough to make our stay enjoyable. The food was to the high standard that we had previously experienced and there was a good choice of wines and real ales. Breakfast was very good, with a range of cold and hot choices. Both breakfast and dinner made full use of home grown produce, which the hotel prides itself on, and which made the experience even better. Look out for a wide variety of home made preserves at breakfast! The only negative for us is that the hotel is so far away from where we live!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally built as a farmstead in 1747, Battlesteads has recently been converted into a comfortable Northumbrian Inn and Restaurant complete with secret walled garden and sunny conservatory. The 22 rooms are all en-suite with colour TV, hairdryers and ironing facilities. The restaurant features mouth-watering home cooked dishes using top quality, locally sourced produce. An ideal base for exploring Hadrian's Wall country. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Battlesteads Hotel Hexham
- Battlesteads Hotel Wark, Northumberland