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Really super place. Great food, excellent beer, comfy rooms. Friendly staff with time to speak to you. Thoroughly recommend. The village is also brilliant - butchers, bakers, shops, cafes - would live there if it wasn't so far from me.
A group of us popped in for a couple of hours and a few drinks after a walk from Greenhaugh. Had a really nice atmosphere with a good mixed group of customers from locals to visitors
Good choice of beers on tap
Staff were really...More
Over the years I have stayed here quite a few times and when I booked for this trip I was unaware that we would end up sleeping across the road in what used to be the old post office. But, once we were actually in...More
I checked in for two night at fairly short notice and was concerned that the price I paid suggested a fairly low quality hotel. But how wrong I was.
The room and en-suite (room 9) were spacious, clean and very well equipped. The bar area...More
This was our last town stay on the Pennine Way and we were spoiled.
Our room was magnificent, clean, and spacious. The hotel food was delicious and the staff was very friendly. They even provide a dry closet for wet boots and clothes, which was...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.
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"Don't bother, go to the RIVERDALE, just round the corner."