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We stayed here for 2 nights, prior to a cruise from Newcastle. Excellent service, good location, friendly staff, not forgetting Buddy the friendliest dog on the planet. Breakfast was excellent, ate both evenings, food was very good, plenty of it. Would recommend the place to...More
All the staff are lovely, couldn't do enough to make me feel welcome and help me as I'm differently abled.
Breakfast was lush. My stay was 2 nights.
Room was lovely and clean, If I'm this way again I will definitely book here again
Was greeted by a very friendly barmaid. We only stayed one night as we intended to visit Beamish Musuem.
Although is was a friendly atmosphere, the cleanliness of the bar has a lot to be desired. The table tops were all tacky sticky to touch,...More
Yet again we received a warm and friendly welcome back from Simon our host the room was as always at a high level spotless clean and tidy and beds comfortable. Meals as ever superb well cooked, presentation, and quantity outstanding congratulations to all the staff...More
Home cooking with a difference. I have never had black pudding in a stack with a pepper sauce before. The furnishings are authentic miner's pub. The locals are lovely. The pub is interesting in itself and has a minimg history. If you want to stay...More
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Not sure of the mileage but it takes just 10 minutes to walk to the museum downhill. There is a bus stop outside of the inn and the bus takes you straight into the museum every half hour. Bus it back as it is uphill to... More
Not sure of the mileage but it takes just 10 minutes to walk to the museum downhill. There is a bus stop outside of the inn and the bus takes you straight into the museum every half hour. Bus it back as it is uphill to walk.
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