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Set in an 18th-century coaching inn in the quaint town of Wooler, The Tankerville serves local, seasonal produce on its restaurant menu. Breakfast was very nice and a choice of food. The dinner was very enjoyable and the dining room very cosy. The atmosphere was very good with lots of customers in the bar and restaurant. Our room was what I would expect for the price. I would not hesitate to stay there again if passing that way.
On the edge of Northumberland National Park and dating back to 1671, No1 Hotel has a bar, a restaurant, bedrooms with roll-top baths and free Wi-Fi in public places. Great hotel! The room was spotless and bigger than it looked in the photos. The bed was extremely comfortable and the room was very quiet once the bar had shut at 10pm. The food at the restaurant was delicious and staff were friendly and very accommodating for our greyhound.
The Black Bull Hotel is a 17th Century Inn standing in the main street of Wooler.It still retains much of its original character and is located in one of the most picturesque parts of Northumberland. Room far exceeded what i expected and at a fraction of the price of my usual stop outs @ Prem inn the room was cleaner, bigger & defiantly beat looking at the standard purple decor. Make sure you take advantage when hungry as the breakfast was certainly not one to miss and evening meals is making my mouth water just writting this review, not many places can cook steak to my likeing as im very fussy, but BIG round of applause to the chef
Located in Wooler in the Northumberland region, Highridge Apartment has a garden. A very attractive room with a comfortable and warm bed and a handy kitchenette area with a fridge, microwave, toaster and to my delight a pod coffee machine. We were provided with some some and biscuits and a selection of teas and coffees as well as a lovely welcome gift from the chocolate shop down the road, so very thoughtful. Caroline suggested a few local places to eat and have a drink and seems very knowledgeable on the local services and area as well as being a lovely host. Would highly recommend this property to anyone wanting to explore Northumberland as it’s not far from all the wonderful sights this part of the world has to offer.
Wooler is a nice market town. Small town with a few shops to look around. Antique shops, Pubs, churches, places to eat and walks. Locals very friendly. Altogether a nice place. We ate at the ramblers for breakfast which was pretty good and reasonably priced too.
The staff were so pleasant but unfortunately the bar area is quite small and that was the only place we could sit with our dogs and on both nights we couldnt get one so had to return to our room. The rooms are very dated and the shower was not powerful at all but for the price we paid i should not grumble. We also found the food was quite pricey;
Wooler is a pleasant small town within attractive countryside. Everyone we met was very friendly. There are a few eating places just along the High Street and we found a choice of pubs, butcher, bakery, hairdresser, Several places allowed well behaved dogs including the Black Bull where we had a very enjoyable meal. The Milan restaurant offers an Italian menu. There are various take- away places - a fish and chip shop with an extensive menu including pizzas, a Chinese, and kebab style shop There is a bus terminal just off the High Street. It is less than a 30 minute drive to Lindisfarne on Holy Island and is also not far from Alnwick for the castle and gardens. The beaches along the coast between Bamburgh and Seahouses and further north are amazing and we found them almost deserted. The local garden centre is quite compact with a popular cafe, good to know on a bad weather day. There is access to plenty of walks.
Our visit was just for one night to break up a really long journey to the Highlands of Scotland, so we didn't get to explore Wooler too much, but did make the most of our time there. There are a few local shops to be taken in and a pleasant little café along the high street, who serve a good cooked breakfast.
Wooler itself is ok ,great for a base to explore Northumberland. Eating out I would only recommend the Italian "Milan" which is superb. The Chinese was average and the local pub had a very limited menu. Food shopping restricted to the Co-op which provides all you need,
The locals are friendly, the main street has little to offer except a few shops, mainly charity ones. There are a couple of good cafes where food is good quality and again welcoming. there is a nice antique shop worth a look. Wooler is quiet and clean, but not a lot to do.
We had a lovely and peaceful stay, the room was gorgeous and the breakfast delicious. We had a very warm welcome from Mylo who will help you with anything you need to know during your stay. The house and setting is absolutely fabulous and within walking distance to Wooler. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Lovely hotel on main Street the staff were very helpful we had room 4 a lovely big room at the front of hotel. Breakfast really good overall a great place to stay.would highly recommend it. Also the hotel and most cafes and pubs are all dog friendly.
Lovely house, full of character in a great location. Rooms super clean, comfortable and spacious. Hosts were great and provided information about the local area as well as serving great breakfasts.
Really nicely furnished cottage in the centre of Wooler, a short stroll to the pubs and restaurant. Spotlessly clean and had everything you need to eat in.
great location and really nice cottage feel to Bridge End Bothy. Perfect base for exploring Wooler and The Cheviots. would definitely recommend.
Comfortable with all facilities you would need. Caroline the owner was very obliging and helpful. Good location for town of Wooler
Very accommodating hotel and friendly staff. Food portions rather too large.
Place was in the centre of Wooler with an excellent restaurant next door.
Good location in Wooler - pretty place with cafes, pubs and shops
Older type of hotel, large rooms, good breakfast .