Ratings based on 134 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from York
Friendly welcomePosted Nov 13, 2015
Pros: It was full of character. A very old, renovated building, with lots of interesting pieces of furniture. Every room was different.
Location: A couple of miles outside Alnwick, which is a market town, famous for the filming of Harry Potter at Alnwick castle.
Offered tea, on arrival, in front of a wood burning stove. Only guests in hotel so had a candlelit breakfast, by fire, in morning. Lovely! Breakfast very good. Plenty of choice. Accommodation is just off motorway and very close to main town. Rooms are very individual and quite quirky. Downstairs bedroom with a comfy bed. Lots of original features. Made to feel very welcome by owners. Personal touch that you don't get at big hotel chains.
by A verified traveler from wakefield
Weirdest b&b everPosted Oct 23, 2015
Pros: Not a lot
Cons: Rooms updated
Location: No evening dinner so had to go to a local pub which meant one person couldn't drink.
Disappointing...... Terrible attic double room with small attic window you couldn't see out of. Bed lumpy and uncomfortable, very small room and dated worn bathroom.... Breakfast ok but not amazing.......not cheap either...wouldn't stay again
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Florida
The delights keep on comingPosted Sep 22, 2015
Pros: The owners and staff really enjoy creating a good experience for guests.
Cons: Cannot think of anything.
Location: The Alnwick Castle is great.
This place is a delightful departure from standard hotel/b and b fare. The setting is a genuine English farmstead, converted to a place to stay by a skilled and devoted artist. The staff is friendly, pleasant, and skilled. But the best welcome came from the white cat that wandered into our room because we left the door open. Free range chickens clucked around our door and I think that was their welcome to us.They contributed to the creation of a unique atmosphere. Breakfast was a delight and included things produced on location--best tasting eggs in many years because they were truly fresh.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from new Zealnd
Week end getawayPosted Sep 7, 2015
Pros: Complete quirkiness
Location: Alnwick is a very nice town with a great castle nearby
Lodge is a work in progress but is a real off the wall experiance if you want a complete getaway book a weekend here but it is difficult to find off the main road
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
nice bed and breakfast near Northumberland coastPosted Sep 7, 2015
Location: excellent location for all coastline walking cycling national trust propertys alnwick castle
pleasant and good value for money.very hospitable hosts
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Staffirdshire
the quirkiness of Alnwick lodge.Posted Aug 30, 2015
Pros: we were made to feel like a member of the family.
Location: Lots to do in this part of Northumberland , Lindisfarne , Alnwick Castle and Garden, Bamburgh beaches, and much more besides.
Its nearness to Alnwick, was what had first attracted me to book it, we loved the easy going manner, decor ( we were in the Bull Pen) , the welcome was warm and friendly and very helpful.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Letchworth, Herts
Quirky and differentPosted Aug 27, 2015
Location: Only 2 miles from Alnwick town centre. So handy for the Castle and the lovely Gardens. Visits to Bamburgh and Holy Island are easy.
This is not a Travelodge type hotel - so don't expect uniform rooms etc. This is a quirky, one of a kind, hotel where some of the rooms have been created from the redundant animal pens and barn areas of the farmhouse and some are in the house. Therefore all the rooms are different and have their own 'quirks'. all in all though, they are perfectly functional and suitable for purpose. Breakfast is a group experience, the food is good, and the seating arrangements mean you talk to fellow guests - which is a pleasant start to the day, and quite unusual with most hotel visits. The entrance to the Hotel from the southbound A1 is very tight and unexpected, but easier the second time. Our host, Evelyn was very welcoming, and provided some good tips which we used when out exploring. We enjoyed our stay.
for Couplesby Sally from Derby
Beautiful place to stayPosted Aug 27, 2015 on Hotels
Couldn't have been more welcoming - tea on arrival in the lovely courtyard. The rooms where lovely too. We had a lovely breakfast sat on big tables and enjoyed the company so much we ended up chatting for an hour and half with the other people. The only disappointment was that it wasn't within walking distance of the town. The website said 1 mile but it was further and a bit of a dicey route so we took a cab which wasn't a problem.
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