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Best Western Beamish Hall Country House Hotel
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Reviewed 4 March 2013

Stayed here in the middle of February, with my boyfriend. The bedroom was lovely and cosy although a little on the small side!
We went for a meal at the Stables on the evening, the food was beautiful and the staff very friendly! Had a comfortable night sleep, although could have used a king size rather than a double!
Perhaps the best part of the full trip was the breakfast! We got room service so ate our breakfast in bed, was probably one of the nicest breakfasts I have ever ate! The food all seemed very good quality and was very tasty indeed!
Great hotel, would definately go back!

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Scarr89
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Reviewed 27 February 2013

Had afternoon tea in this secluded hotel, near Beamish Museum.
on from 12 until 4pm very civilised .With views over the lawns it is really a different way to have lunch.Yes lots of places do afternoon tea but the selection of cakes will have your mouth watering.(and a doggy bag if you cannot manage them all).I will go back soon to this hotel for tea and recommend .it to everyone .Hotel also looked inviting something to think about for the future.

Room Tip: Only sampled the Afternoon tea but some of the rooms open and i wished we had been staying as so tranquil .
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 February 2013

We stayed for one night dinner, bed and breakfast. When we arrived we were thrilled to find we had been upgraded to the deluxe room with a double jacuzzi in the bathroom.

The room was perfect decor with lovely oak (I think) furniture. We went for the tour around the micro brewery in the stables bar and restaurant which was very interesting. Then we got to taste the 6 different ales they make on the premises. Very nice indeed.

Our meal included 3 courses which my husband and I enjoyed very much indeed. The service was very attentive and pleasant and the surroundings were really tastefully done.

We had a very comfortable night's sleep.

Our breakfast was really tasty with a massive choice. The service at breakfast was the only tiny point that was disappointing. We got to the dining area at 9.45 where breakfast was to be served until 10am. The slightly offhand waitress made it quite clear they were waiting for us to be able to finish serving (even though we were on time). Also, I just wanted parts of the full breakfast instead of being wasteful and not eating the bits I don't like, but obviously by being selective proved somewhat problematic to her.

Anyway, that certainly would not stop us from returning as all the rest of the staff, in particular the reception staff were absolutely lovely.

I hope anyone going there will enjoy their stay as much as we did. Thankyou very much.

  • Stayed: February 2013
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Thank looby193
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

This hotel surpasses all expections of hotel accomodation, from the staff to the room to the food. i loved everything about it. The staff gave 110%, nothing was a problem. My husband booked this hotel as a surprise 50th birthday present and i recieved flowers and a bottle of wine in my room, truly amazing. The view from the room was spectacular with deer in the fields. A visit well worth it.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank visitorSouthTyneside
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Reviewed 24 February 2013

The old stable block has been revamped as a bar/restaurant with an attached micro-brewery. Unsurprisingly then they stock a good range of own-brewed ales (approx £2.80 a pint) with the addition of a guest ale and a selection of the usual mass-produced suspects. The menu seems to be along the lines of a gastropub.
Food when ordered was served promptly and without fuss. Service was prompt and unobtrusive throughout.
A starter of 'open ravioli with smoked haddock and fish cream' was delicious but only warm, not hot and small portion (about the size of a matchbox). Main meal of 'lamb's liver with braised oxtail and mash in a bacon jus' was mixed. Good liver but two tiny, inedible sections of oxtail, covered with Sunday lunch gravy was not good value.
The meals served to my wife and accompanying friends were similiarly average.
The menu is available on-line if you want to check out what they are currently serving.
Would definitely return for a relaxed sampling of the beers but think I would eat elsewhere first.

Room Tip: Review of Stables only.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Chumbeiro
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