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We have thoroughly enjoyed our 2 nights stay here and a perfect room which was very well appointed and exceptionally clean (Room 4). Bar and restaurant very busy and well supported by the locals and Tourists - however, be hungry - as the portions are...More
We stayed for one night as we were visiting the Kielder Observatory. The room was nice and recently refurbished to a great standard. The staff were really friendly. The bar was open till 1am with a log burner which was handy after spending a freezing...More
Staying in a holiday cottage in nearby (well, fairly) Elsdon. Liked the look of this pub/hotel so we tried an evening meal there. We were not disappointed... friendly staff, good choice of meals, good prices and when they arrived a good amount of food on...More
Stayed overnight when passing through the area. The rooms were very warm and comfortable, while the bar and restaurant very inviting. The food was excellent and all the staff very friendly. Would recommend!
My husband and I recently spent two nights here as part of an offer on Secret Escapes. (£100 for two nights including breakfast and dinner on the first night).
What a bargain! I'm often a little wary of what to expect on deals, but we...More
Response from kanddLeighGtrMcr | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, we loved our stay at The Cheviot, but in all honesty you might be better elsewhere! I have a good knowledge of MS as I was the secretary of our local MS support branch for over 25yrs and therefore am aware of... More
Hi there, we loved our stay at The Cheviot, but in all honesty you might be better elsewhere! I have a good knowledge of MS as I was the secretary of our local MS support branch for over 25yrs and therefore am aware of access, walking etc; areas of difficulty. There is no on-site parking, and it's a case of just parking as near to the pub/hotel as you can. The actual approach to the door although relatively short is quite steep, and once inside most of the floors are very uneven (very old pub) All accommodation is upstairs, and there is no lift.
As I said....we had a most enjoyable stay in a lovely room! The staff and the food were superb......but I really feel any difficulty in walking could pose a problem.