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With a stunning location on the edge of Northumberland National Park, this country house hotel has picturesque views, free Wi-Fi, and free parking on site. The isolated location in the Northumbrian countryside near to many castles and places of interest. The hospitality of Roz & Rocky made for a pleasurable stay at a hotel steeped in Border history. Recommended.
Nestled in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside, Westfield House Farm offers bed and breakfast accommodations just a couple of miles from Northumberland National Park. The breakfast was really good with an excellent choice to meet all tastes, the fruit salad was especially good. The location of the property was excellent with many walks and interesting places to visit. The hosts were very friendly and helpful.
Silverdale Farm House B&B is set in a peaceful location in a small hamlet nestled between the Cheviots and the Simonside hills. Everything! The cleanliness, beautiful decor and comfy beds. The incredible views and neighbouring villages. Marley the friendly, talkative dog and the lovely, inquisitive chickens. The breakfast was amazing too! But what really made it so very special was the endless kindness of our hosts Glenn and Angie. They went out of their way and bent over backwards to make sure we had the most comfortable and easy stay. We can’t rate them enough. We would definitely recommend a few nights here to make the most out of the beautiful b&b, gardens and the magical surroundings. Without doubt the best place we have ever stayed.
The friendly staff, and such a good place to use as a base to explore and walk. Not crowded and the setting is idyllic. A great place for all age groups if you want to enjoy nature. Roads are narrow but easy to drive, use a sat nav though. Rothbury is about 10 miles away and well worth a visit. Cragside house is a must if weather good.
A lovely old house with similar dated furniture, fixtures and fittings (very old walls and windows - no double glazing) set in beautiful countryside. There is a campsite next to the house, which is run by the hotel owners. Very friendly staff. Excellent food at very reasonable prices. Less than an hours drive to two beautiful castles, Alnwick and Bamburgh.
We loved everything about it! We only stayed one night as we were en route for Scotland. The views could have been amazing, but we arrived at dusk and the weather was misty and drizzly next morning so the view was obscured. The accommodation was very comfortable, especially as we had exclusive use of a warm and comfy living room with satellite tv. The three bedrooms are upstairs, which may be difficult for elderly or disabled people to access, though the rooms are large. Alwinton is a little off the beaten track and the roads are winding and sometimes narrow, but it was well worth the effort.
If you want to visit Northumberland, then this hotels situation could not be more centrally located; for places such as Hadrians Wall, Alnwick, Rothbury, the Scottish boarders and of course, the stunning North East Coast.
The Hall and grounds are amazing the views are outstanding and the roads to get there are something to be believed. Rocky, Roz and all the staff are very friendly and very chatty they make you feel like old friends and part of a family. The staff were great informing us of places to visit. The food is great. They are all very informative about the halls history.
We spent 3 nights at a great location in Alwinton. If you like waking, there are plenty of walks to discover all around. If you like Castles, then look no further as you are spoiled for choice. Lots of little towns with great coffee shops. Mines a cappuccino please. Lots of things to do there, even hiring or taking your own bike through woodlands. Looking forward to our next trip there, this time we must take our cycles to help burn off those calories we put on . Just can't help eating those lovely breakfasts each morning.