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Rye Hill Farm
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Reviewed September 28, 2013

Friendly, comfortable, and there were laundry facilities. We could have not asked for more, except another night or two. But Rye Hill was booked so had to drive away sadly after a wonderful breakfast. Thank you.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 17, 2013 via mobile

We stayed in the stone built barn conversion. The yard outside was too clean to indicate it was a working farm. What really shocked me however is that the ensuite bathroom was the cleanest I had ever seen! Paired with a comfortable bed, crisp white sheets AND we were allowed to keep our sheepdog with us in the room.
The breakfast also excelled in that the eggs, bacon, sauasage and tomatoes all cried of being local quality farm produce, not mass produced supermarket stuff.
Highly recommended. Couldn't fault them on anything. Our local friends tell us the lady has made a big success of this place and is highly respected in the area for it.
One of the kids there told me that the cat was called Wench but reading below they might have meant Witch!

  • Stayed: September 2013
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Thank Simon E
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Reviewed September 5, 2013

I spent one night at the B&B in late August 2013 and found it to be a friendly, well-run establishment. Clean room, great shower and a delicious breakfast - especially the freshly made bread and jam! The B&B is set in a quiet location, and is on a working farm, so look out for animals!

Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank Joanna H
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Reviewed September 4, 2013

Have just spent three nights in the company of my son with Elizabeth at the rural idyll of Rye Hill Farm. Despite either I or Venere making a mess of the booking, classing us as 2 adults.( my son is 12 ) , Elizabeth quickly found us alternative accommodation in the self-catering accommodation, a lovely spacious twin-bedded room with wet room. Views from the emergency exit at the rear were breathtaking across open countryside.Also good for star,satellite and shooting star spotting! We also had access to the kitchen/lounge area with board games to keep us entertained.

My son particularly enjoyed stroking the farm cat, Witch, and Pippa, the very waggy-tailed Jack Russell. We were also lucky to be sharing the accommodation with a couple who had two rescue greyhounds ; this also had my son in raptures.

We shot many hoops in the games barn, enjoyed a lovely breakfast which had a good choice of cereals, yoghurt, stewed rhubarb,homemade banana bread, fruit juice etc. Elizabeth was very accommodating to variations in the cooked breakfast too, which does not ordinarily include baked beans :).

We will definitely re-visit should we visit that part of Northumberland in the future.

Many thanks, Elizabeth.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Gary D
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

I stumbled across this gem of a farm B&B when searching for a quiet bolthole during a week's work in Hexham. Elizabeth, the owner, could not have been more accommodating or sensitive to my needs, and the lovely environment proved to be a haven of peace in every respect. Looking forward to staying there again.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled on business
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Thank madrigalista
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