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Budle Hall
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Reviewed August 5, 2012

We stayed at Budle Hall in May and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. David and Jo were very welcoming and even drove us to a local restaurant one evening. We were in the big bedroom which features on the website and found the bed very comfortable. The breakfasts were delicious each morning, including the kippers from Craster, bread from a local artisan baker and sausages from Bamburgh. We love cats and enjoyed seeing Imelda around the house. The location is fantastic, especially if you like the idea of walking along the beautiful coastline to Bamburgh. We'd like to return for another visit one day.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank lizzieBirmingham
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Reviewed July 22, 2012

we thought we had come to the wrong place when we drove up the drive with the roughly-mown grass and nettles everywhere. However, our hosts were charming and it was very quiet. The shower was a huge disappointment as it fell off the wall (only held by one screw) and we felt that the whole place needed money spent on it including the gardens. Such a shame. We checked out the next day. The room with the walk in shower only had a small double bed (do they make them any more?). Friends from Scotland came to see us and also thought the place looked rather sad.If you not fussed about a shower and use a bath, fine. However, the only light in our bathroom was about 7" long and inadequate as was the shower. Tv was out of the ark. Gorgeous fresh flowers in the room!!

Room Tip: Depends if you want a bath and a poor shower or a good shower and a tiny bed !
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

We enjoyed two nights here in late June and would not hesitate to return. Quiet and well sited for Bamburgh and the delights of the North East, including Holy Island, Craster and Seahouses etc, Budle Hall is very comfortable and characterful. Our hosts, David and Josephine were charming and the breakfasts - fry-up or magnificent Kippers were just great.

Room Tip: We had the room featured on the web site - the one with two windows. Lovely and with a big bathroom.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank John B
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

My wife and I just spent a couple of days in this impressive Georgian pile set in a wonderful part of the Northumberland coastline. As bed and breakfasts go, this is surely one of the most interesting and pleasant we've ever encountered - due not only to the house and its environment, but also to the most welcoming and attentive owners, David and Jo Coates.

What's important to know is that this is very much a lived-in country home and as such, you get to experience and feel the fabric of the house and its stately rooms as they should be experienced. Like being served breakfast in the atmospheric dining room, which has, amongst its many pieces of antique furniture, a piano in one corner, an enormous dining table and various historic characters in huge old oil paintings on every wall peering down upon you as you eat. To add to this, there is a very nice and spacious sitting room to use and to cap it all, our bedroom was large enough for a small party and had an en-suite bathroom large enough for a bedroom.

All in all, we thoroughly recommend you pay Budle Hall a visit If you're ever in this part of the world. Apart from anything else, it won't break the bank either.

Roger and Sue Kennedy
Purley, Surrey

Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
Thank LondonArkennardy
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Reviewed July 4, 2012

We stayed at Budle hall for one night on a trip around Northumberland. Its a little hard to find, a small sign just outside the main drive on your left as you head towards Budle Bay from Bamburgh. As we pulled up outside the house we were very impressed by this country house.

Immediately as we were shown in and walked around we loved the decor and the paintings, it really is an old style country house. We stayed in a double en-suite and the room was clean and had tea/coffee and the owner gave us some fresh milk. The owners were friendly and offered advice on local restaurants and gave us a taxi number so we could have a drink and leave the car (it was around a 45 mins walk along the beach to Bamburgh so a £5 journey back seemed well worth it).

We looked forward to the breakfast based on the other comments, we weren't let down with the full English. Overall, for a night in a country house with breakfast it is exceptionally good value.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Andrew564
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