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Redesdale Arms Hotel
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Reviewed 12 February 2011

We chose the hotel for our family party, 12 adults stayed at the hotel and 4 adults with 2 young children came as non residents. We were given the " Conservatory " for the dinner, 2 tables, it was perfect. The tables were decorated with flowers and the place settings we supplied were laid in exactly the right places. The children were able to go from one relative to the other without disturbing other guests.
The food was excellent and the staff were amazing, nothing was too much trouble for them.
Everyone who stayed in the hotel were very positive and pleased with their rooms.

  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled with family
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Thank b2d4b2
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Reviewed 8 February 2011

a very nice place to stay , lots of personal touches all around the hotel and most things that you could want will already have been thought of. good value for money and a nice friendly reception on arrival. breakfast was good. all in all a quality hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 31 January 2011

The best thing about this hotel was the food - both evening meal & lunch were delicious & comparable with an AA rosette restaurant. Breakfast in comparison only ok, by the time we got there the food left out was not piping hot and there were only cold sideplates to put it on, we also had to take butter and milk from another table as we weren't given any.

The actual old part of hotel was lovely with roaring fires and a comfortable lounge & bar. Staff were also friendly, polite and helpful.

We stayed in an 'executive' room and it was well furnished in a modern style, big comfortable superkingsize bed, modern (if small) bathroom and had all the amenities you would expect. However, the reason I would only give this hotel 4 stars not 5 is that the executive rooms were motel style with doors opening out into the car park. Unfortunately, in January this meant we got an icy blast coming in from under the door. Even with the heater on full we had to use the extra blankets and it was still a bit cold in the rooms so we made a makeshift draught excluder from cushions to put along the bottom of the door. There is also no curtain over the door which lets light into the room, not good if you like to sleep totally in the dark. The hotel conservatory restaurant also had the same issue with cold draughts if you sat next to the window.

However, we did stay when the temperature had dropped below zero so I'm sure this is not an issue the rest of the year & i would recommed ths hotel at any other time and especially the food.

Once last thing, I have never stayed anywhere before where the switch to turn the shower on was in the wardrobe, this took a while to work out, maybe worth informing guests this before they have taken all their clothes off and then wonder why the shower doesn't come on!!

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Hellcat66
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Reviewed 16 January 2011

We stayed at the Redesdale Arms Hotel for 2 nights and the food was amazing both nights - especially the pork tenderloin and as mentioned in several other reviews the sausages at breakfast (as well as the rest of the full english and fruit/cereal options) were delicious.

The rooms were comfortable and the shower was hot if not massively powerful. The location (5 mins walk from the train station and on the High Street) was great too.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank maxdeg44
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Reviewed 11 January 2011

We booked for a two night stay on the hotel's special offer of £99 per night 3 course dinner, bed & breakfast and we had a fantastic break. We stayed in room 29 (1st floor) which is more of a suite than a room. It had its' own large lounge with a door out to a small veranda, complimenatary sherry and the biggest bed I have ever seen - 3 pillows across! The only drawback was the over the bath shower as there is a sloping ceiling and it is difficult not to bump your head! The food was excellent and service was great - friendly, helpful and professional. (Our waitress from New Zealand was fab). Breakfast was semi self service from both hot and cold buffets - the choice was superb. All in all we had a great time and we will certainly be going back.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank scoopWales
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