Decided to go for a drive one Saturday, ended up for a beer at the Turks Head where, they just happened to have the Newcastle v West Ham game on. I myself am a Sunderland supporter but, my other half is a Newcastle fan!! Well, we just had to stay to watch the match and, we're so pleased we did as the food was gorgeous,especially the huge fried breakfast we had on Sunday morning, all of the staff were friendly and very helpful and, the four poster bed was the absolute best!!! The garden wasn't finished when we were there but, I'm sure we'll see it one day as we are planning on staying there again. :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Turk's Head was built in the sixteenth century as a coaching Inn. Centuries later, our stables have been renovated into cottages boasting charming, original features. The main building was restructured in 1874 and our rooms offer truly impressive views over Coquetdale and Simonside. Our rates are based on B&B. We have a huge garden and patio area with kids play area. We also serve fresh local homemade food 7 days a week, meal times can vary depending on day and season, please call us or check our facebook page, generally 12-3, 6:30-9:00 Monday to Friday 12:00-8:00 Saturdays Sunday 12:00-4:00 or later. We offer free WiFi access to our customers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Turks Head Rothbury, Northumberland