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Another relaxing stay in the self catering apartments within the peaceful grounds of the Riverdale Hall Country House Hotel. Great value for money, great location & wonderful helpful staff. Great choice of bar food & different creative menu in the award winning restaurant each evening....More
Very warm friendly unpretentious hotel, first class food an excellent stay all round only held back a five as décor is a little bit tired. Good location for touring the area, would certainly stay again when visiting Northumberland. Room 8
I must start this review by saying that we booked this stay through Hotel Exclusives at a very reasonable price for bed and breakfast. We had visited last year and enjoyed our stay but we felt the room was so poor ( room 21 )...More
First class food, staff and service. Unpretentious and very friendly. The standard of food is exceptional and not over-priced. Lots of places to visit in surrounding area and plenty walks of varying lengths. Well worth another visit.
The positive things of this hotel are its staff and the food, after that we where disappointed with the condition of our room, very old furniture, the bathroom especially was not up to standard, the shower over the bath was practically useless, stained floors, ancient...More
Response from davidsenior | Reviewed this property |
the hotel is nice never used the pool had a lovely meal in the restaurant friendly staff.lovely views nice wee village its in.theres lots of historical places to visit.we enjoyed a two night break there.
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack... More
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack for about £12, I don't recommend having a starter beforehand. From the High St, there is a return walk that takes you through ancient woodland to an impressive waterfall, (under 3 miles return trip). Out and about, the Roman Wall and forts are easily accessed, and Kielder resevoir is a short drive away. There are a few 'English Heritage' type sites around also.(eg. Belsay Hall and Castle)