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This business re-opened in January 2017 under new management and now called Boe Rigg. It has been refurbished inside to provide a restaurant &bar, a 4 person apartment & 2 Family rooms for 4. They also have a campsite. Have had several excellent meals in...More
I was planning to stay here whilst walking the Pennine way. It was a tad off route but the owner had offered me a lift from Bellingham which I thought was kind. I rang up the week before to book the room and the person...More
Booked via booking.com in March, even though it was on a cancel free the owner took £55 from my bank account. Thought a bit odd. Had an email exchange with 'Simon' the owner where I asked some questions on the Hayloft apartment, he answered, a...More
If you have a booking make other plans, sadly we turned up with our little boy to find the place shut down and were told it looked like the owner had done a runner a few days before! Had paid for one night, supposed to...More
Unique and imaginative gueshouse that added to the amazing trip to kielder. Great place to stay when visiting Northumberland. The room was fascinating and peaceful. The owners were helpful. Ashame we didnt stay for food but definitely a place I'd book again. Clearly a great...More
Well I laid in one of them to see how comfy they were and because the are quirky and they felt comfortable although I didn't sleep in it I don't think I would of had any problems sleeping in it and I am more than average... More
Well I laid in one of them to see how comfy they were and because the are quirky and they felt comfortable although I didn't sleep in it I don't think I would of had any problems sleeping in it and I am more than average size lol enjoy 😬
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"This is family accommodation, nice rooms but no room service. Beautiful views of North Tyne Valley."