Pros: We arrived in the middle of the night, to find our room ready and waiting for us (Tracy was in contact throughout our journey and had no issue with our VERY late arrival). There was a superb array of...
Pros: Like the fact it is more of a studio room than just a bedroom. Great choice of options for breakfast (local organic bread), with the ease/flexibility of having it your own room. Alston is lovely ...
Pros: Very comfortable, homely. Owner made us feel very welcome and was knowledgable of local area and facilities. Room more like a spacious Bedsit, a pleasant room to relax in. Caffitere coffee great. ...
Pros: One-room B&B run by Tracy who is the loveliest host, she made our stay very easy and relaxing and even gave us a lift to Killhope Lead Mine (recommended) and back. Beautiful village with quaint ...
Cons: No complaints at all.
Pros: Quiet room.But you should be aware that there is no English breakfast but the owner provides an excellent breakfast selection.
Pros: The room was comfortable. The pubs around are very good
Cons: We arrived on Easter Sunday and the owner told us she couldn't get fresh bread as the bakery was closed that was fine. We had croissants, hot cross but which were out of date 14/04/17 wish...
Pros: Very comfy large room with settee and dining table and chairs in bay window. Continental breakfast in room with great selection, and local fresh bread.
Pros: Tracy made us very welcome, we had a wonderful stay and everything was catered for. The bread was delicious and there was plenty of choice for breakfast and a lot of thought had gone into that choice...
Cons: The wifi was a little hit and miss at times but you need to take into account you are in the middle of the countryside where the infrastructure has not yet caught up with urban areas.
Pros: While the building and decor is rather dated (reminds me of visiting my grandmother), the place was clean and the room very comfortable. The room had a 3 seater sofa, dining table and the double bed ...
Cons: It was mid January when I stayed so parking wasn't really an issue, I'd imaging during peak summer parking might become troublesome as the B&B doesn't have dedicated parking.
Pros: Couldn't fault anything about this really charming place, breakfast was varied and perfect. In both the close local pubs The Cumberland and the Angel food and drink was excellent and very good ...
Lyndhurst Bed & Breakfast is located in Alston, 21 miles from Carlisle and 16 miles from Penrith. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Certain rooms include a sitting area where you can relax. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms come with a private bathroom. You will find luggage storage space at the property. Hexham is 17 miles from Lyndhurst Bed & Breakfast, and Gretna Green is 28 miles away. Newcastle Airport is 33 miles from the property.
Pros: Emma, the hotel sitter, deserves 5 stars. She brought a lovely cup of tea to our room and could not have been more charming. She was looking after'Fawlty Towers' and we felt very sorry for ...
Cons: First impressions count for a lot. There was grass growing from the roof and the car park was more akin to Steptoes Yard than anything else. It had an old horse box, a rusty car with flat tyres and ...
Pros: Extremely friendly and helpful owners. Good location a short walk from town. Lovely quiet area.
Cons: Bathroom v small with sink in bedroom.
Pros: Staff where friendly and the patron was a nice chap
Cons: So when we arrived we where told there was no food for us at dinner - not like they didn't know we where coming and could have called - room 3 was very pokey and overlooked a very large half ...
Pros: Lady and gentlman who ran the estabalishment were fantastic the food the room was spot on i would recomend this to my friends and family
Cons: Nothing to dislike everything was fantastic
Pros: The owner could not been more helpful, Friendly,
Pros: Jim and Janice are excellent hosts. Very friendly and helpful, keen to make sure our stay was as enjoyable as possible. We particularly enjoyed the bonus education in craft gins! Great supply of hot ...
Cons: Kerb appeal isn't great, but not a major drawback.
Pros: Lovely friendly hosts. Comfortable rooms, spacious lounge, very comfortable bed, very clean, delicious breakfast, made to feel very welcome and at home, nothing too much trouble. Alston is definitely ...
Located in Eden Valley, this guesthouse is 7.8 mi (12.6 km) from Killhope Lead Mining Museum and within 16 mi (25 km) of Allendale Forge Studios and Heritage Centre. The Garden Station and Saint Nicholas are also within 16 mi (25 km).
Pros: Friendly, helpful, welcoming lady who did everything - deserves a medal!
Cons: Poached eggs bit overcooked.
Pros: The room was very comfortable and very clean. The attached bar (pub-like) was great, and the food excellent. Breakfast was fabulous! The location might not suit everyone, but it's in a ...
Cons: Note that there's no WiFi here, so it wouldn't be suitable for you if it's a necessity.
Pros: Friendly staff and the rooms were fine.
Cons: WiFi wasn't great.
Pros: Friendly, helpful staff
Cons: A bit shabby
Pros: The wifi was only available in the lounge and not in the room, so I had to keep moving into the lounge whilst studying for my course.
Cons: The lighting in the room was poor, I had study material that I could not read and a DVD that I couldn't watch as the remote control didn't work. and of course no wifi. Also I can't ...
Pros: The staff are really friendly and helpful and the cooked breakfast perfect.
Pros: The breakfast was good and the location is lovely
Cons: Cleanliness - The tiles had not been cleaned the grout between the tiles was an orange colour in places, a small brush and some bleach would have cleaned this problem. The toilet seat was loose and ...
Cons: Beds too high.Found cobwebs and large spider. One saucer badly chipped.
Pros: Loved the traditional feel of the place and the high, comfortable bed. Staff were very helpful and the whole place had a relaxed vibe. Lovely lounge with squishy, comfy couches everywhere so you ...
Cons: Wi if didn't work in the bedroom but in an old property like this, despite 3 routers that wasn't that surprising.
Pros: Very pet friendly, great base for walking and very good food either in the restaurant or the bar.
Pros: Our stay was excellent. Staff we're very helpful. The room was spotless we had a meal in the evening which was very nice and very filling the lounge area in the hotel was very relaxing. Just right is the best way of summing up
Nent Hall is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers the perfect location for a romantic getaway or as a base for exploring this beautiful area of Cumbria. Facilities include free WI-FI, Free DVD hire, local and national telephone calls, Restaurant and Bar. All rooms are en-suite with bath and shower.
Pros: Rural pub location catering for locals and walkers. Friendly and full of character.
Pros: The bar
Cons: On the side of the main road
Pros: Excellent friendly staff. Good atmosphere in public rooms.
Cons: Room appeared tired and needing refurbishment.
Pros: Location great and breakfast very good.
Cons: Pub a bit dated and price very high for the room.
Pros: Very comfy bed, beautiful view (room 2), bath (handy when you have small children), exceptional staff. Bike store for c2c. Yummy Breakfast.
Pros: It all worked!
Pros: very comfortable with lovely open fire in the bar. staff lovely and welcoming good food and great big room.
Pros: We ate in the pub. The food and real ales were excellent. The staff were very friendly.
Cons: The bathroom was in the process of being refurbished. We were able to use it but I cannot recall staying in an unfinished room / bathroom before. The bedroom decor and general decor left a lot...
Pros: Top notch beer
Pros: Truly lovely people. Comfortable big room with a nice view. Hot shower, good wifi and great breakfast.
Pros: The location was excellent, but that's all I could say about it!
Cons: The whole place was run down and a bit dirty. You had to let yourself in via the back yard as the pub closed during the day. The bed was hard and uncomfortable but the worse thing was breakfast! We ...
Pros: People were lovely and helpful
Cons: The decor was very dated. do not use the bathroom or wash basin at night as it has one of those machines that makes a noise as soon as some water hits the drain.
Pros: Joyce, the housekeeper was excellent. The other staff were very friendly. The room was a good size. The breakfast was excellent but would have appreciated a glass of juice. Food and drink prices ...
Cons: The pub has an old fashioned pub feel to it which is nice but it could do with a bit of TLC. Very noisy - we understand the need for the saniflo - but it was noisy. You can hear the customers from ...
Pros: The Angel Inn was just what we anticipated a small, local pub to be like - atmosphere; friendly, chatty publican and excellent pub evening meals. The staff made us feel welcome.
Pros: Friendly, welcoming and genuine. Greatly favoured by local people.
Cons: Somewhat noisy plumbing.
Pros: Great breakfast, good value evening meal, great ales and fabulous staff.
Cons: It was a bit noisy but Friday nights in pubs are supposed to be noisy.
Pros: The warm welcome.
Cons: The minced beef and dumplings. Too salty and tasting of brown sauce . Terrible.
Pros: Really friendly place, delicious local and carefully cooked food, everything we needed for a really good price. Not fancy but highly recommended.
Pros: Clean, comfortable and a lovely pub meal at night
Pros: Very helpful and friendly staff. Good food. Pleasant atmosphere. Central location.
Cons: Uneven bedroom floor - danger of tripping and falling. No lift so three flights of stairs to negotiate from car park.
Pros: This is a lovely little Dales Pub set in a great little village. The atmosphere was very freindly and welcoming. we stayed for two nights and enjoyed every minute. The roast dinner on sunday was just sublime. I would recommend it to anyone.
The Angel Inn is a traditional country pub and Bed & Breakfast with a cosy log fire in the winter and a friendly atmosphere. Only an hour away from Scotland, The Lake District and Hadrian s Wall. We are on the Peninne Way (for walkers) and C2C (for cyclists). Enjoy an extensive menu of homemade food and with local produce including locally caught trout and local Award Winning Cumberland Sausage. The property has a beer garden to the rear for the summer evenings, and also has private parking to the rear.
Pros: Location and setup. Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was excellent.
Cons: Unfortunately there was a strong smell of sewerage and other guests were reporting issues with water. The water from our taps was dirty and full of mud / grit!
Pros: Beautiful location, very comfortable room, excellent food.
Cottages at Lovelady Shield Country House Hotel is located in Alston.
Stay in one of 15 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Business, Other Amenities
Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very good value and land lady could do no more to be helpful. Great fry up breakfast and superb curries on the menu
Cons: Light coming through the side windows
Pros: Breakfast was good. Room was small but ok - you get what you pay for.
Cons: TV didnt work. Noisy pub across the road
Pros: Very nice friendly staff, the curry place attached is very good.
Pros: The landlady was really warm and welcoming and the food at breakfast and dinner was very good
Pros: Perfect stopover location for a 2 day coast to coast bike ride. The landlady is very jolly and helpful
Cons: If you need food from the surrounding area order before 9pm. Victoria Inn stop serving at 9:30pm but they still took our order at 9:50 which was very good if them. Great Indian food too.
Pros: Friendly and very flexible staff who provided a really good early breakfast. Very friendly locals in the bar.
Cons: The room was good but the decor generally needs updating all through the property.
Pros: The pub atmosphere was nice and the landlady was very friendly
Cons: Facilities were dated and rooms very basic with lights not working etc
Pros: Very welcoming landlady and excellent Indian food, the latter a very nice surprise. The inn looks unpromising from the outside and the decor is a little shabby, but the room was clean and comfortable ...
Cons: The state of decoration.
Pros: the bed was comfortable, nice big room, lovely and warm. the landlady was very accommodating, friendly, helpful and polite. our breakfast was lovely, we both enjoyed it. TV and kettle in our room...
Cons: the property did need modernizing.
Pros: The curry's ten out of ten and the landlady very welcoming
Cons: No outside cover for smoking in the rain
Value for money
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