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With a stay at The Captain's Lodge in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of North Sea and Newbiggin Maritime Centre.
Pros: Kathy the owner was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The room was a great size with a view out to the sea and Couples statue. Great breakfast kept us going until early evening.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.Fabulous
Pros: View superb directly onto the beach. Great breakfast. Host very friendly and helpful. I will definitely stay here again when visiting family in the area.
Pros: The view
Pros: it was just like home from home spotless
Cons: all good
Pros: Location, room, breakfast and friendly host Kathy. Lots of local information and very accommodating.
Cons: Nothing to dislike
Pros: Kathy is the supreme hostess, hospitality excellent
Pros: Would stay there again , breakfast first class
Cons: For the money nothing , sea view what more do you need
Pros: Location good. Room clean and pleasant. Good breakfast.
Cons: We had to ask for shower gel and shampoo.
Pros: Great location with sea view. Easy walk to pubs and cafes along the foreshore walk. Good breakfast. Off street parking too!
Pros: The room, food and staff were outstanding. We would certainly stay again.
Located in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Number 21 is by the sea, a 1-minute drive from Newbiggin Maritime Centre and 6 minutes from Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives.
Pros: It was very clean and comfortable,the breakfast was delicious, the house is located very close to the sea it is a lovely location Ian and Jan were very helpful. I would certainly recommend it.
Pros: Interesting stopping town on Coast and Castle cycle ride with safe place to store bike for the night
Pros: Lovely large room, very comfortable bed, and everything you need for a pleasant stay.
Pros: Lovely and comfortable room in the middle of town.
Cons: Not much breakfast available nearby so having the option of breakfast would be great.
Pros: Great place to stay. Rooms are beautiful, comfy and spotless. Owners are fantastic and are very eager to please. Breakfast is plentiful and freshly cooked..and was really delicious. Definitely give this place top marks ..and definelty stay again..reccomended to all. We Had a Fantastic stay...thanks loads :)
Pros: Beautifully decorated and comfortable room, which was also very spacious. Lovely home cooked breakfast and friendly service
Cons: Nothing-all good
Pros: Very warmly welcomed, lovely clean and very comfortable room - we even had a sea view - perfect for a weekend break. The breakfasts are cooked fresh and there's lots if choice.
Pros: A very friendly welcome, excellent cooked breakfast, large comfortable room, a most enjoyable stay
Cons: Nothing to dislike
Pros: The daily breakfast provided each morning Was fantastic- Ian is a great cook producing the best scrambled eggs. Also great hot English breakfast. Ian an Jan are wonderful hosts and make you feel very welcome.They are quick to help and assist with local information and tips of what to do and see.Lovely genuine people.
Cons: Our room was nice but certainly not as big or as comfortable as what was displayed on the booking .com site.We stayed 10 days and would had preferred the other Room No 1 rather than Room No 2.With my husband's impaired vision and some mobility issues Room No 1 certainly is more accommodating for someone with a disability.It had better more comfortable facilities such as ensuite bathroom and bigger area of sleeping and living for a 10 day stay. Room No 2 was very very small with a separate private bathroom to use down hall.Often at night thr bedroom was quiet hot. On inquiring after two days of our stay to change to Room No1 I was told that the room may not have been available at the time I made a booking.. Room No 1 was a couple of pounds more each night which I would of been happy to pay just for extra comfort for my husband for the remaining eight days.Ian our host said it was too late as they had various one night stays apart from only one night for the next eight days. At the time of booking there seemed to be no size difference of the rooms and I did assume considering our length of stay and my husband's disability that we would have been accommodated in the bigger better room.I guess it would certainty be easier to let out Room No1 on a short casual one night stay as opposed to Room No2. Certainly would stay at Number 21 again but would ensure 100% that my booking would be for the front bedroom with the ensuite and larger living space. Our bags were taken straight to Room No2 so I did not question to see the other room on arrival. As mentioned early the difference between the two rooms is not well established on the site so I assumed we were booked in to the better room. I would not stay again in the Room No 2 based on the size, facilities and overall standard of this room particularly for such a long period.As accommodation was prepaid there was no option to go elsewhere at this time.
Pros: Very well equipped room which was spacious
Just 7 miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the Innkeeper's Lodge Cramlington is a converted farmhouse ideal for exploring the Northumberland coast. Its pub offers cask ales, continental buffet breakfasts, and freshly cooked seasonally inspired food. All rooms at the Innkeeper's Lodge come with en suite bathrooms and hairdryers. Each has a work desk and a wardrobe. Tea and coffee making facilities are also included. Guests can visit one of the surrounding castles, explore the rugged moorland or take a trip to one of the unspoilt beaches, just a 20-minute drive away. Innkeeper's Lodge Cramlington is located 1.2 miles from Westfield Park and 1.7 miles from Plessey Woods Country Park. Newcastle Airport is 9 miles away.
Pros: Stayed a few times now nothing changes just spot on each visit. Room clean and tidy,food and drinks excellent and the staff are happy friendly nothing too much trouble.[*****]
Pros: The friendly staff. Wonderful service. Thank you!
Pros: Comfortable accommodation with an excellent selection of food.
Cons: Nothing everything was good
Pros: The staff were so friendly, the room was beautiful and so was the location!
Pros: We liked everything, there was nothing to not like.
Pros: Everything, I used go use this hotel, regularly a few years ago for work. The refurbishment since my last stay has been great and the food is fab.
Cons: All good
Pros: Lovely setting, room really clean and comfortable.
Cons: Food on the floor in bar not cleaned up
Pros: Bar/restaurant area is inviting and comfortable. King size bed was comfortable
Cons: The cooked breakfast was poor quality. Cheap ingredients and not cooked well. The continental breakfast was badly stocked. Orange juice not available twice and ran out of croissants
Pros: Comfy bed, nice powerful shower and the room was clean and quiet. We had an enjoyable stay and the beer garden was a bonus.
Pros: Continental Breakfast was really good, we didn't have the Full English but were highly tempted. Staff always welcomed us with a smile. Location couldn't have been better.
Cons: That we didn't have time to have a meal at the Snowy Owl due to other commitments. We'll have to return & experience that on another occasion! Yay!
With free Wi-Fi throughout and free parking on site, The Old Ship overlooks the sea in Newbiggin Bay. It is a 10-minute drive from Ashington and 30 minutes from Newcastle. There is a large outdoor decking area leading onto the promenade, so you can enjoy food and drink outside with views of the bay. Guests can also relax in the traditional bar, which has regular theme nights. Rooms at The Old Ship have simple décor and traditional wooden furnishings. Each has pretty views, a TV and DVD player, and facilities for making tea and coffee.
Pros: Location sea views great room clean and no noise issues. Great stay,will definitely use again.
Cons: Mattress was a little soft for me however that's a very minor point.
Cons: No attach bathroom
Cons: I review a lot of hotels and guest houses all bn good to great this one not so found staff unhelpful telling me one thing then saying something else ask at about 11 pm where I could go for a cigarette told nowhere then told I was bn obnoxious and disturbing the other guests and then asked to leave at 11.10 pm I had no money so had to walk home so I would never stop there again and will not recommend it to anyone
Pros: The staff were very friendly, and gave a warm welcome, Accommodation was second to none, with excellent sea views, Despite being above a public house was very quiet, Would stay there again.
Pros: Extremely clean... very friendly and helpful staff. Good location to get to where we wanted to go. Warm and welcoming.
Cons: There was nothing we could criticise
Pros: The view out to sea over the promenade was lovely.
Pros: View from bedroom
Cons: Scruffy exterior. No fruit at breakfast, nowhere to get a decent evening meal. Tiny shower room, no toiletries, thin curtains let in light. Only one bedside table, but full with kettle, cups etc. No clothes hangers. Same price as hotel we stayed in the previous night but nowhere like the facilities and comfort. Left after one night.
Pros: The room was very clean but missing a few assists
Pros: It was clean comfortable and up to date
Cons: There was nothing to dislike
Located in Ashington, The Portland Hotel is within a 15-minute drive of Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives and Druridge Bay Country Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Ashington? This hotel has 538 square feet (50 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Breakfast was good. Bed was comfy. We had a family gathering and the staff were very kind and helpful.
Cons: The bathroom floor needs to be given a good clean with some bleach or steam cleaned. You need to get a few healthier options on your menu with more vegetables or salads instead of chips which appeared to be overdone on most people's plates. You also need to mark shell fish items on your menu as I was very poorly by forgetting that scampi was shellfish.
Pros: Clean and spacious room. The older chef behind breakfast buffet was really friendly and helpful. Older Lady on Saturday breakfast was friendly and very helpful but young male on Sunday couldn't even force a smile. Overall the place is nice and the rooms nicely decorated and clean. Would have been nice to have a top sheet on beds as it was very warm even with window wide open so duvet was too much so we ended up using bottom sheet as our cover instead of duvet.
Cons: The main reason I booked here was because the room description on the site said the room had a seating area and patio. When we checked in the chap at reception said the patio is outside the main section adjacent to the rooms. I showed him the description on their site (screenshot attached) to which he just said it's wrong. I felt we should have been offered some compensation even if it was only 10% off our evening meal or a free drink.
Pros: I payed for 2 nights instead of one that was the only down fall hahah , discount tonight?
Cons: Nothing was spot on
Pros: Staff are great
Pros: Attractive room.
Cons: Room a little small, traffic very loud.
Cons: no wifi during my stay
Pros: The staff were super friendly & helpful. Food was really good. Room was clean.
Cons: No AC - it was quite stuffy
Pros: Easy to find. Seating outside. Quiet at night.
Cons: Was on a street side in room. Had to close window as noise from people on street.
Cons: Friendly staff allways willing to help,room was clean and tidy Breakfast was good a full English if you wanted it options were included The Portland is situated within walking distance of the town centre and served by good local bus services to places like morpeth and Newcastle.
Set in Blyth, 38 km from Sunderland, The Odd Fellows Arms offers a bar and free WiFi. All units come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a shared bathroom with a hairdryer and shower. A Full English/Irish breakfast is available every morning at the bed and breakfast. Guests at The Odd Fellows Arms can enjoy darts on site, or fishing in the surroundings. Newcastle upon Tyne is 22 km from the accommodation, while Durham is 47 km from the property. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, 28 km from The Odd Fellows Arms.
Pros: Lovely friendly couple.... Rooms and bathroom spotless...bed very comfy
Cons: No mirror in the bedroom
Pros: Couldn't fault the place one bit bedrooms very clean and comfy. Bathrooms were immaculate. Breakfast was great too would have paid a lot more to stay here. Owners were very friendly too.
Pros: breakfast was great nothing to complain about at all staff were brilliant could not have done more for us
Cons: everything was more than than we could have asked for will stay again
Pros: Location. Comfy bed. Clean
Cons: Checking in wasn’t very pleasant. No reception so booked in at the bar which had a few men swearing and cursing (not to me) as I was trying to check in. Felt very uncomfortable as bar area very Sam and felt very close the the group
Pros: Lovely warm welcome and they could t do enough to help settle us in. Room was clean and homely and the beds were comfy.
Pros: the breakfast was fantastic ,and served on a well laid out table lots of food and nothing was a bother to the landlord or landlady ,lovely people. Rooms and facilities were spotless. location just were we needed it to be for 4 day stay
Pros: Breakfast was great, place was very clean and everyone very welcoming.
Cons: Small room but I knew that when I booked it. Layout could be improved I think by turning the bed to run along the wall.
Pros: The staff were lovely and the facilties were spotlessly clean. The breakfast was delicious and overly generous in portion size. The bar was friendly with pool and darts available along with a ready supply of beverages. If I return to Blyth I would happily return to The Oddfellows Arms. Many thanks for a fun stay.
Cons: For the price paid there was nothing to justifiably complain about.
Pros: The Breakfast was full english and up to expectation.
Cons: It was very noisy, from the pub below. There was 2 toilets for 5 double rooms to share and only one shower and bathtub.
Pros: Maureen was a great host. Breakfast was fantastic
Your gateway to the great outdoors, Premier Inn Hotel Ashington is just a stone's throw from the Coastal Route, top-notch beaches, and gorgeous gardens. And, as the last Premier Inn before Scotland, it's a beautiful spot to break up a long journey. Spark your imagination at the epic Alnwick Castle. Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Or delve into history at the Woodhorn Colliery Museum. After a day's work or play, return to our country park setting, lakeside views, Brewers Fayre restaurant and extra-comfy beds.
Pros: The staff in the morning were the helpful and welcoming team that we had expected the previous evening (see below) and very keen to sort things out.
Cons: The booking site was different from previous stays and I could not see how to choose the type of breakfast we wanted, so, on arrival, I asked the receptionist about this. We normally receive a very warm welcome with total attention, but the receptionist on this occasion was offhand and more concerned to talk with another customer, whom she knew already. She told us that we had not paid for breakfast at all and charged us again.
Pros: Friendly staff and decent breakfast
Cons: No option to open window on ground floor, ‘fresh air’ system clearly not working
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and we enjoyed the lake and the local town
Cons: We weren't keen on the breakfasr
Pros: location was great did not have breakfast room was great to
Cons: not enough tea in room only enough for one person and room was set up for one question if I would stay again ?
Cons: Payed for breakfast but didn’t get it as didn’t get told times or anything
Pros: The location was beautiful by the lake unfortunately my stay was because I had a planned operation early the next morning so we only used the restaurant in the evening before.
Cons: The building site ! And the work men sitting next to us while we were eating our evening meal using very foul language
Pros: Beautiful location
Cons: Noisy plumbing and annoying hum (source unknown). Room had an unpleasant smell emitting from drains ( alleviated by putting plugs in bath and basin)
Pros: Location was excellent right by the lake.
Pros: The rooms had been refurbished since the last time we stayed which was great because they were looking very shabby. The bed was very comfortable and staff were fantastic.
Pros: Food was delicious, hot, tasty, staff were amazing friendly, kind and help us alot after a long day travelling, room was spotless, so comfortable, bathroom was so clean, fresh. Lake was beautiful, and nice to feed the birds We would definitely come back again, thank you
Located in Blyth, The Tavern is within a 15-minute drive of Blue Reef Aquarium and North Sea. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nothing, the best bit was leaving
Cons: Dirty bar and kitchen area
Pros: It was central, clean and very friendly staff, with entertaining on every night and weekend
Cons: The music was very loud in the pub and it made the floors vibrate in the rooms, beds were very hard and not very comfortable
Pros: Friendly.felt safe .clean .bed so comfy.n so close to all shops defo stay again
Cons: Pay for food in with bill
Pros: Owner was so friendly showers toilets very clean alway plenty of hot water tea coffee breakfast and bonus is bar downstairs with cheap drinks i'm going to book again soon.
Cons: There was nothing i did not like
Cons: To get to the room, we had to go through a back yard, which smelled of dog poo, pee and cigarretes. In the evening, we had to get past the smokers from the tavern, who were on the fire escape, which is the only access to the rooms upstairs. The owner let his dog into the yard at night and when I got up to go for a walk in the morning, I was greeted by the dog poo, flies and a puddle of urine at the bottom of the fire escape. First night, we got no sleep, due to the man next door, coming in at around midnight, putting his tv on very loud, then falling asleep. It turned itself of at about 04.00. Overall, it's the worst place we have ever stayed in.
Pros: For me it was a great location, going to the quay side the next morning. Staff was friendly and very helpful, even borrowed me a USB charger. Make your own breakfast at your own time is fine, and enough to choose from. Internet connection was very good, worked without any hassle. Next door neighbor is a shop. Quiet neighborhood just perfect to get a good night sleep.
Cons: Nothing in particular, but a comfortable chair in the room would have been nice, and a desk for my PC for a little work would have been perfect.
Pros: Nothing it
Cons: When we arrived the owner took us up some iron stairs which were dangerous and when we got in room a big dog was running round and jumped and layed on the bed not what you want to see especially when your supposedly going to sleep there .I thought the price of it was over and expected more they should of paid us to stop there
Cons: Shared bathroom and the tv was faulty kept turning itself off and signal wasn't great
Pros: Cheap, friendly, clean,. 2 x shared toilets, 1 x kitchen sink, 1 x bathroom sink, 2 x showers each with sink. Good supply and choice of breakfast cereals, milk, sugar, fruit, grapes, yogurts, cereal bars, dried fruit and nuts etc, bread, butter, jam, marmalade, toaster, microwave. Etc. Licenced bar downstairs with live music on the Saturday night.
Cons: No table to eat breakfast. No sink in room. No way to dry towels because it wasn't cold enough for central heating to kick in an heat up radiator in room. Double room means double bed but not double size. The room isn't really built for two people with two sets of luggage. I am a single traveller so the lack of floor space and single chair was ok for me. Access is up darkly lit fire escape which is ok for me but might night suit the elderly, infirm or very young children.
Pros: could not fault breakfast self service really good choice for continental
Cons: check in was after 3 pm
Set in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Tahfay House offers accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. The property features sea views and is 35 km from Alnwick. Featuring a DVD player, the holiday home has a kitchen with a dishwasher, a microwave and a fridge, a living room with a seating area and a dining area, 5 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms with a bath and a shower. A flat-screen TV is featured. Newcastle upon Tyne is 26 km from the holiday home, while Sunderland is 42 km away. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, 32 km from Tahfay House.
With a stay at Half Moon Inn in Choppington, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of North Sea and Bedlingtonshire Golf Club. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staffed by teenagers who were pleasant but were not the people responsible for the shambles that we experienced.
Cons: Unclean damp foulest room either of us have stayed in. Toilet dirty used guest soap left in shower. No milk and only 1 (chipped) cup. Booked twin room got a double. Everything about the stay was poor.
Pros: It was on the ground floor
Cons: Too many thing faulty. Toilet seat fell off, kettle did not work, no towels
Pros: Lovely friendly new management. Great new food menu.
Pros: Good food in restaurant. Comfortable bed.
Cons: Wi fi non existant as room situated away from main building. Could have been warmer on arrival.
Cons: Very dated and requiring redecoration. Some areas not very clean.
Pros: Locaion fine breakfast good, Buffet and room disapointing
Cons: buffet and bedrooms need a refurb
Pros: The food was very good, lovely breakfast.
Cons: Not the cleanest, stained bedding
Pros: the location met my needs, the room was clean and comfortable but noisy neighbours spoilt the first night. Breakfast was good though the service was a little erratic.