Stayed at The Weary with a bunch of colleagues over two days. Warm welcome from the owner who continued to provide an attentive and high level of customer service throughout our stay.
Beautiful location in a charming village.
The best part of the stay was the food which was fantastic, good wines too.
Lots of attention to detail. I liked the DVD library (dvd players in the rooms) and the books and magazines available for guests to borrow.
The rooms were stylish, comfortable and well equipped. Very large comfortable bed. Only fault i could raise was the cracked glass sink - perfectly functional but the duct tape repair jarred against the rest of the decor.
I was there for business purposes but I think The Weary is much better suited to the leisure traveller. A great place for walking trips and to explore Hadrians Wall and the surrounding areas. Would be good for a couples weekend break too. Would definitely look to use this place as stop off on a trip to Scotland.
Absolutely no mobile phone access (which some may find a good thing!) - my collegues and I could be seen throughout our stay jogging to the outer reaches of the village where a slight signal could be picked up. At the time of our stay the wi-fi internet was also not working.
I certainly enjoyed my stay at The Weary, even if you don't stay here a visit to the restaurant is well advised if you are in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- From the outside Traditional Country Inn. Inside contemporary modern with subtle lighting, and laid back mood in the bar and glass room restaurant which overlooks the walled garden. The bedrooms with plain sophisticated colors and shapes, massive big and bouncy beds with bosomy pillows. Pandering to the hedonistic, dvd, flat screen TV B & O telephones. Bathrooms with huge walk-in showers, green basins, Jacuzzi baths and TVs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Weary Hotel Brampton
- The Weary Brampton, Cumbria