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Newest reviews for Loughbrow House

  • Barbara
      United Kingdom
    August 12, 2014

    The Friendly staff, Mrs Clarke and the position of the house. the food was good and the atmosphere friendly once you got to know them

    not realizing you could only pay by cash


  • Anonymous
    August 6, 2014

    Wonderful gardens, very comfy room and super breakfast

    Rather a shame we had to use the car to go into Hexham for dinner


  • Hilary
      United Kingdom
    August 1, 2014

    Lovely old house, spacious bedroom. Excellent jams and chutneys.

    Poor traffic conditions made us very late and we had to disturb the owner on our arrival.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    July 29, 2014

    Location was good, very quiet with nice gardens to wander through.

    Not good value, shabby tired decor, worn carpets, shared dated bathrooms which weren't clean enough, broken fixtures and fittings throughout.


  • Simon
      United Kingdom
    July 22, 2014

    Lovely gardens and historical house Set far from the road so no noise but sheep.

    The prevalent smell of dog. Very old facilities, such as a bathroom renovated in the 1960s. Very soft squishy mattress.


  • Joan
      United Kingdom
    July 20, 2014

    This is a house of faded grandeur. It is not a clinical, spotless, faceless hotel where every room looks the same. What you pay for is one of life's memorable experiences & we loved it. Fresh flowers in the room & a chamber pot by the bed, home made preserves for breakfast.

    Could only stay one night.


  • Jane
    June 12, 2014

    A beautiful old house on wonderful grounds. Set in a medieval town. The lady running the guest house and the owner were very welcoming and friendly.


  • Chris
      United Kingdom
    June 9, 2014

    Food was well prepared Gardens and accommodation were good Bed was comfortable Attention from staff was superb

    Shower was difficult to work, took a long time to get temperature of water correct


  • Robert
      United Kingdom
    June 6, 2014

    We liked the friendliness, the breakfast, the uniqueness, the setting and the history.

    The rooms were rather dusty.


  • Barry
      United Kingdom
    May 29, 2014

    The garden

    Expected a comfortable country house, got a very faded run down country house never updated from when it was set up on the 70's very disappointed.


  • John
      United Kingdom
    September 13, 2013

    A most impressive house and delightfully grand and friendly environment. It is a unique and memorable experience.


  • Robert
      United Kingdom
    September 13, 2013

    Back in time. It was a great experience


  • Andrew
      United Kingdom
    September 5, 2013

    We liked the feeling of staying in a private country house. Drawing room is large with family portraits and interesting books to read in bedrooms. Breakfast good. Mrs. Clark, the owner, has a good knowledge of the area and has lived there for 50 years. Beautiful garden.


  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    July 15, 2013

    You have to have an understanding of English Country Class to fully appreciate what you get when staying here. This is Mrs Clarks home and she welcomes you as a guest. It was built in 1740s and displays an elegance of times gone by. Deep pile carpets, soft beds, huge rooms, it has elegance and style with a wonderful country garden and grounds. Her staff are bright, chatty and helpful and breakfast is served in a manner not usually found modern B&Bs or hotels. Worth staying at just to experience a style that is sadly fading into history.

    Absolutely nothing to dislike


  • Anonymous
    July 14, 2013

    Excellent place, full of character, a perfect place to stay and visit the Wall or Hexham IF you have a car. Otherwise it might be a bit to far off the centre.


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