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This 19th-century country town hotel is perfectly located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, in the tranquil village of Rothbury, just 11 miles from Alnwick. You can see the hotel is loved. The food was superb. The staff were very attentive.
Located on the doorstep of Northumberland National Park, Newcastle House offers countryside bed and breakfast accommodations in Rothbury. beautiful, historical hotel with immaculate hostel rooms. downstairs pub and dining area, plus upstairs tv room/seating area for guests. just a gorgeous building !
Located in Rothbury in the Northumberland region, Riverside Rothbury Swift S Pod has accommodations with free private parking. Breakfast wasn't included and location was great and only 3 minute walk from local village. With several options to eat there.
A 200-year-old farmhouse set in a quiet location on the edge of the village of Thropton, this B&B has free Wi-Fi and stunning views across the River Coquet valley to the Simonside Hills. the break fast was very good nice choice paula and dave were great hosts
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 welcome by the owners was second to none. Everything was catered for and thought of. The bedroom was lovely and big with a wonderful aspect out over the gardens and the farm fields. Breakfast was superb with more choice than we could have dreamed, cooked to perfection and served by the owner. We could not fault this place and will be looking forward to returning soon.
Featuring a shared lounge and free WiFi, The Haven is located in Rothbury, 12 miles from Alnwick Castle and 30 miles from Bamburgh Castle. What was not to like. Greeted with Coffee and cake. Room had great views over village. Good size, lovely comfortable bed, shower good, very clean and quality shower gels etc. plenty of wardrobe/ drawer space for clothes. Breakfast excellent, fresh local and tasteful products for cooked varieties, granola, figs, dates, fruits, yoghurt etc. Cooked breakfast was done fresh everyday. All in would recommend and definitely stay here again
Country Getaway - Tosson Tower Farm has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Rothbury, 14 miles from Alnwick Castle. Warm and friendly welcome.all facilities exceptional. Wonderful choice for breakfast. And well cooked Fantastic views.lovely walks
Rothbury is a peaceful town with lots of places to eat and drink. It is within easy reach of lots of places to visit along the coastline and other towns. The people are friendly. There are several walks for all abilities from Rothbury.
Rothbury itself is a quiet little town but very lovely and a good base for exploring Northumberland especially by car. We attended a wedding at nearby Brinkburn Priory which is beautiful (and can be visited). We also had time to visit Alnwick. It would have been good to have an extra couple of nights as there were some National Trust/English Heritage sites nearby and the coast is also do-able.
Rothbury is a beautiful, quiet town in the heart of Northumberland. It is the perfect base to visit Cragside, Morpeth, Alnwick, Alnemouth and Dunstanburgh. Miles and miles of stunning scenery, long walks if you feel inclined, lovely beaches, historic buildings and exceptional cafes/bars/pubs. You'll see lots of wildlife and birds with regular sightings of seals and dolphins!
Rothbury is characterful and clean small town with a good variety of shopping for its size. The only disadvantage for me was the lack of quality eating. The meals were average though adequate but the noise in the pubs was unacceptable for older clientele.
Pretty, historic, small, surrounded by a lovely natural valley with a river running through it (so great walks/views) and intimate but enough facilities and things going on to keep your interest. Local stone architecture, friendly people and at the very heart of Northumberland, so great for exploring the county and coastline. A variety of good value places to eat and drink, although none of the usual high street name chains (apart from a Co-op, which is a good thing!). Parking around and about seemed easy. Lots of places to visit nearby, such as the National Trust's Cragside.
Rothbury is a lovely place to visit for the day or a week. Lots of walks around the area if you are active. Lots of quaint shops and only a few pubs but they are lovely. If you are staying its worth booking an evening meal, lots are booked out so tourists are left with the chippy or the pizza place - which are book excellent really. A great starting place for a walk and a day out. Narrow Nick is the local microbar which is the friendliest place in town where both locals and tourists mix well and the host Paul has an amazing knowledge of gins! the Newcastle house is nice to sit outisde but only does a curry at evenings. Turks Head has a good beer garden but make sure you book there too. There is a nice local Italians that locals told us about too.
The lodge was spacious, clean and modern. A bonus for our grandchildren was a TV in the twin bedroom just for them! The view from the decking was quite pretty, overlooking the opposite hill and a forest (we were positioned at the top of the hill). The host was very friendly and helpful and quickly answered any queries I had via email. The site was clean and tidy. It was quite close to the centre of Rothbury, being a short walk away. Rothbury was very pretty with plenty of places to eat.
The scenery was beautiful- a very picturesque and peaceful setting within easy reach of Rothbury. Accommodation was excellent- tasteful, comfortable and very clean. The breakfast was substantial and freshly prepared. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The immediate surroundings are lovely and provide a tranquil place to sit at the end of the day.
This site of mainly privately owned homes is fairly small but absolutely immaculate, I have never seen a better maintained site. Rothbury is a very attractive large village/small town with good facilities.
Absolutely beautiful location Owners are very nice and very helpful with a good breakfast choice (Craster kippers I recommend) Very quiet location Lovely part of Northumberland Good WiFi within the property
beautiful, historical hotel with immaculate hostel rooms. downstairs pub and dining area, plus upstairs tv room/seating area for guests. just a gorgeous building !
The staff were lovely and very welcoming. The food was good and the service was fab. The bed was very comfortable. The hotel was well situated and convenient.
Alan the landlord and his staff could not do enough for me and my mum. Everyone was fantastic and would definitely recommend this hotel to everyone.
Beautiful cottage with all the amenities and in the heart of Rothbury which is a great base for exploring Northumberland.
Very dog friendly. Staff were very welcoming. Nice outdoor terrace with view. Room was big and airy.
Excellent location in centre of rothbury. Always able to park on the road outside