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I genuinely can not express how fabulous our short break was in words! You have to visit Holy Island and stay over to fully experience the magic ! The whole feeling of the island once the day trippers have left is so amazing.
Lovely traditional pub with a large beer garden. Great choice of real ales. Staff are very friendly and welcoming. Great choice of food but unfortunately I haven't yet eaten there. Looking forward to visiting soon and choosing from their menu.
I am very well travelled, but still think the 'Holy Island' of Lindisfarne is one of the most magical and beautiful places.
Peaceful and calming, with an unspoilt natural beauty, this historic island lying off the North East coast is home vey few people. Yet...More
This our last stop on our Northumberland tour and worth the wait. Our room overlooked the priory with distant sea views and it was wonderful waking up to peace and quiet and that wonderful view every morning. The room was bright and clean, nice size...More
I was in the group that went into the Crown And Anchor in the previous review. The reference to the Crown And Rose is a typo. It is true that when our colleagues went to the bar to enquire about the veggie options the lady...More
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Response from geordieboy61, Owner at The Crown and AnchorResponded May 3, 2018
Hello and thank you for clearing up the typo error from the previous review.
Please accept my apologies if this was indeed the case, as we at the Crown and Anchor aim to please and accommodate all manor of dietary & personal choice requirements.
Response from theblackhand | Reviewed this property |
Poor your wife. Dogs are certainly allowed in at least one of the bedrooms and in the bar (a privilege of which they and their owners make full use), but not in the dining room. I don't know about family rooms. It's a small... More
Poor your wife. Dogs are certainly allowed in at least one of the bedrooms and in the bar (a privilege of which they and their owners make full use), but not in the dining room. I don't know about family rooms. It's a small pub, and your son would be fine in his own room, I'm sure.
It's a good pub, good food and a jolly (if canine) atmosphere in the bar.