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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. Week after their reopening following isolation and lockdown! First impressions driving up to the property was a nice surprise. I felt welcomed from the moment I walked in...there was no space on the car park but one of the managers moved their car for me....however I also parked on the road at front of property with no issue at all. All staff had face shields or masks and hand sanitizer everywhere. Duty Manager Steve greeted me and processed check in, great first impressions that continued all the way through my 2 night stay really nice bloke who knew his job, a friendly chap who accommodated everything and check in to my room was very thorough. Being a solo traveller this is so important! I upgraded my room to an attic room on booking and the room did not disappoint....fridge in room was an essential bonus and the large bathroom with bath and separate shower. Everything was clean and presentable. The outside space of this hotel is beautiful out on the decking in an elevated position...great for a g&t in the sun at the end of the days. Booking into the restaurant for at least one night is highly recommended...the food is top notch and freshly sourced produce. I highly recommend the tempura prawns and the lemongrass and ginger Asian inspired seafood curry. Did I say I travelled with my dog? Did not feel casted into a corner like some places...the bar area is plenty space to accommodate with super comfortable armchairs had all my meals at the same table and on my second evening found myself reading a book with a wee dram feeling very much at home. My room got quite hot given the gorgeous weather and after mentioning it a fan was left in my room. All the staff cant do enough for you. Do not miss this gem of a hotel!
Well-placed for access to the stunning Northumberland countryside and coastline, The Turks Head offers accommodations options ranging from double rooms to private cottages. The food was very good, the young lady on the shift for the day and night was really friendly and helpful, nothing was a problem.
Springfield is a boutique guest house in the village of Rothbury, on the edge of Northumberland National Park. It offers spacious rooms with exposed stone walls, free Wi-Fi. The owner. She was absolutely great. Plenty of eating options in the village and a good location to start off from.
Country Getaway - Tosson Tower Farm has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Rothbury, 6.2 mi from Cartington Castle. Very comfortable room with everything provided, great food and served up in timely fashion with a friendly smile.
Located in Rothbury in the Northumberland region, Riverside Rothbury Superior Lodge has a balcony and garden views. The Caravan was super luxurious and had everything you needed . The site was really quite and peaceful . Close to the town centre it was a 5 minute walk to the pubs and restraunts. All the staff where friendly . And it was a 40 minute drive to beautiful seahouses and bamburgh for a walk along the beach and to see the castle . Will definitely return .
Featuring free WiFi and garden views, Little Heatherlea is a holiday home, located just over the wall from the National Trust - Cragside Estate and is only a 15 minute walk to the town center of... Great property situated nicely for simonside crag hike
Boasting city views, Linden Studio provides accommodations with a balcony and a kettle, around 3.1 mi from Cartington Castle. Everything!! Beautiful studio with everything you could possibly need for a stay all you need are your clothes. The property was spotless and very tastely decorated. Its location was ideal right in the middle of the village close to river, shops, pubs and local amenities. Communication was excellent and quick. We decided to stay an extra night as everythjng was so lovely. Would def recommend and will definitely be back for another visit soon.
A very friendly village with all the amenities you need for a break away from home. In no particular order: Great Butchers, bakers, local shops, bars, restaurants and hotels. Easy access to all the wonderful sights and sounds of Northumberland.
Handy for walking in the hills, access to the coast and National Trust and English Heritage properties. The river Coquet is on the doorstep, with kingfisher if you're lucky to stop him, dippers, bats...lovely evening strolls
Beautiful place to stay will definitely stay again we loved the pod we stayed in. Excellent location for exploring great places to dine out the Italian restaurant was excellent. Also the Indian meal we had in the Newcastle was delicious. Bamburgh castle and surrounding area was lovely lovely walk a long the beach to seahouses. Cragside National Trust was a great day out too.
A pleasant small town, though not much going on. New restaurant Bewick's is very good though only open til 7.30. Close to Cragside, which though the house is closed still has spectacular grounds. Good base for exploring the coast to the east and the national park/Kielder forest to the west.
Rothbury is a pretty town with a number of shops, pubs and cafes that makes a stay there very convenient. Set amongst lovely countryside for local walks, it is also a good base to explore further afield.
a small town with friendly locals a great little micro brewery and a couple of pubs which did meals varying in deliciousness. only one second hand shop but still managed to get a towel there, great butchers, bakeries and a shop selling outdoor gear. surrounded by beautiful countryside
The pod was ideally situated in the park which was located close to all local amenities. The facilities in the pod were well designed and suitable.