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Premier Inn Ashington Hotel
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Ashington
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 31 August 2012

This hotel already has good reviews but we noted that the adjoining Grange Restaurant was sometimes crowded and service slow. However we found the service very good with a wide range of choices on the menu. Tasty food! We had a disabled access room at the hotel which was clean and tidy,and the restauarant was just across the corridor - though there was no noise to disurb our sleep. The hotel looks out over a lake, with many swans (often seeking food from visitors to the country park!), ducks and at least one cormorant. You can walk to the Woodhorn Mining Museum if you wish.

Room Tip: Don't be put off by the car park, which is used by visitors to the country park, created in a fo...
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Reviewed 29 August 2012

Stayed at the hotel this weekend in a good sized family room which was comfortable, clean and tidy. The breakfast was in the attached Brewsters Inn and was on a help yourself basis. Again, it could not be faulted and with Kids Eat free, it was a reasonable price. The staff in the hotel and the Inn were very friendly and welcoming. We did have an evening meal at the Brewsters and it was ok. Cheap and cheerful (had a voucher on our booking for a round of free drinks - premier Inn Promotion). Service a bit slow and food nothing to write home about. Overall, if you are sightseeing in Northumberland and want somewhere to stop over for a couple of nights, like ourselves, this is fine.

Room Tip: we had room 118 which overlooked the lake at the front.
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Reviewed 23 August 2012

Stayed at the Premier Inn who guaranteed a good nights sleep, unfortunately we were rudely awoken by the fire alarm at 6:00am this morning having to stand out in the cold, unfortunately it was somebody smoking in their room, we were only here for two nights and as it was our first nights sleep it spoilt our day, we invoked our good nights sleep clause which was handled very sensitively by staff and our money was immediately refunded without question, the staff unfortunately were abused by another guest who was not respectful, it was handled again extremely sensitively, well dne Kara you are a credit to the co pant you work for I hope they know that.

Linda Todhunter

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Reviewed 19 August 2012

How lovely.. The Inn was looking over a lake with a lovely outside seating area. The staff on reception excellent, smiley, helpful and caring. Rooms were very inviting and relaxing, lovely and clean. All staff in the Inn and the pub were very friendly and approachable. Definately our family's favourite Premier Inn.

Room Tip: Ask for a room that looks over the lake..
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Reviewed 18 August 2012

Great premier inn with friendly staff, room clean and quiet at night. Nice outlook over a lake for an evening stroll. Breakfast was good but they did run out of items and were a little bit slow to replenish (no cornflakes for the whole of the stay!). The attached Brewers Fayre is one of the busiest pubs I have ever visited. Eat early would be my advice (5.00pm) or you may have quite a wait. The food was great value and plentiful. The staff in the pub are helpful and polite even with such a huge workload.

Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 August 2012

no problem with the hotel but the brewers next door very poor. Booked table for 6:30 orderd.7:15 still waiting for starters prawn cocktail and camembert bites. Enquired and was told they were just starting to get them ready. 7:30 delivered to table.As i was taking the last bite main course came. As soon as we finished someone came and took plates away.leaving us. If only they could have been that quick bringing staters out of 10 id give em 3 . Would stay at hotel again but eat elsewhere

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Reviewed 13 August 2012

just stayed at the premier inn on the 5th august ,well you just cannot fault this hotel,we stayed for 5 nights and every thing was excellent. the location was lovely,right at the side of a lake full of swans and ducks,ideal for kids.the only fault with this place is the restaurant.if you booked a table you might have to wait for a table for several minutes,then you would have to put up with screaming kids as this restaurant is very kid freindly,after two nights we went elswere to eat.if you just wanted a drink before dinner you had to que about 12 deep just to get your drink,just one que for food and drink.the trouble seemed to be shortage of bar staff.On another note the breakfast was first class everything from full english to continental,hot and plentyfull fist class.

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Additional Information about Premier Inn Ashington Hotel

Address: Queen Elizabeth II Country Park | Woodhorn, Ashington NE63 9AT, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Northumberland > Ashington
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Parking Restaurant Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Ashington
Price Range: £44 - £82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Premier Inn Ashington Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 61
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Your gateway to the great outdoors, Premier Inn Hotel Ashington is just a stone's throw from the Coastal Route, top-notch beaches, and gorgeous gardens. And, as the last Premier Inn before Scotland, it's a beautiful spot to break up a long journey. Spark your imagination at the epic Alnwick Castle. Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Or delve into history at the Woodhorn Colliery Museum. After a day's work or play, return to our country park setting, lakeside views, Brewers Fayre restaurant and extra-comfy beds. This Premier Inn is located near a major road, bedrooms are insulated to minimise noise. Please note that this Premier Inn does not have a lift. Guests requiring an easily accessible room please contact the hotel direct. All twin rooms at this hotel consist of a double bed and a single sofa bed. For energy efficiency reasons, the bedroom windows do not open at this Premier Inn. All rooms are fitted with air conditioning. Directions: From A1 North/South follow signs to Morpeth then Woodhorn Colliery Museum/ Ashington. Located in Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, next to entrance past the museum. From A19 take A189 coastal route at Cramlington continue on A189 for approx 10 miles. Next to the Woodhorn Grange Brewers Fayre. Sat Nav Directions: When programming your Sat Nav device, use the following postcode: NE63 9AT Transport and local information: Pegswood Train Station 5 miles ... more   less 
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