Looking for a place to stay in Marley Hill? Then look no further than Beamish Park Hotel, a charming hotel that brings the best of Marley Hill to your doorstep.
Beamish Park Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying at Beamish Park Hotel, you may want to check out The Causey Arch Inn (0.0 mi) which is a short walk away.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Beamish Park Hotel as you experience everything Marley Hill has to offer.
Friendly helpful staff breakfast ok the room is dark no window but a patio door instead. no views which was a shame But you get your own parking space so out of the patio door to your car which was good. Restaurant has some nice views. breakfast ok Evening meal ok a part from one meal room needs updating. Specially the bathroom you can see some water damage not a massive problem to sort out. the room was clean and serviced daily could do with updating the furniture but that’s being a bit fussy. Tea and coffee in the room. The double bed was two singles put together but plenty of room and comfortable. Not sure about luxury fittings. Really close to beamish museum causeway arch not far to Alnwick castle good location. It was a nice rest. Check up time 11am which is nice. Overall a nice stay.…
We stayed for 3 nights in a ground floor room to the rear of the hotel. It was handy to be able to park outside the room and have access via patio doors, however, there was no other window to leave open. Due to the trees opposite and the dark decor the room was very gloomy. A dirty plate left in the room was dealt with quickly by reception. Breakfast showed a lack of imagination, but was the best meal of the day. We found the evening menu lacking in good, plain, well cooked food. The best service we received was on our last evening from Anne, most of the staff seemed rushed and did forget the water for the table. We were unable to catch someone and no-one came to check if everything was OK. It’s one of the few restaurants where all the sauces in the evening are presented in little sachets that are annoyingly difficult to open. On checking out we weren’t asked if we had enjoyed our stay - maybe don’t want the feedback!…
Excellent food. The menu is imaginative and the food obvioulsy freshly prepared and you can taste the difference. Universally cheerful attentiove staff. We had popcorn chicken starter, fresh bread, jerk chicken salad, triple burger and katsu chicken curry. All delicious. A lovely Lunch.
Well. What an interesting stay TLDR at bottom. We’ve just got home from 24 hours at beamish park hotel. We arrived and were able to check in. Drove round to the ‘executive’ room. Not a massive room but had recently been repainted. Furniture is dated and could do with an update. Think fake plastic walnut veneer. Carpet is a rather violent shade of red. Not to our taste but that part of the room was clean and fit for purpose. Bathroom has recently been refitted nicely. However cleanliness of it is poor. Woodwork needs a scrub as do doors. There were used glasses (think toothpaste dribble) still in. The shower head is a little pathetic. Not the hotel power you would expect. Towels were decent and clean. Food and drink. Our cocktails were well Made and reasonable with good service. Scones could have done with appearing fresher which could be resolved by being warmed a little. Served with a nice butter pat and good quality Wilkins mini jam jar. View was nice. Covered patio is very warm with the log burner on but solves the outdoor Seating problem effectively. Evening Staff clean and wipe down well. We had dinner. This was all very well Cooked and presented. Tasty and flavoursome. In line with the hotel’s desire to be something more for the area. The promotion of the executive chef’s cookbook and his reputation is throughout the website and hotel so the evening meal did meet that expectation. The warm weather didn’t help the lack of ventilation in the room (small Upper window) Covered by a heavy curtain. A fan would help that. If you are on the kitchen side of the hotel you will be woken by staff arriving at 5am and deliveries reversing into the car park. Staff are less than considerate of their guests. They focus on a cigarette and some high quality swearing before starting their shift. Breakfast I would really recommend avoiding. Our experience was appalling. We were greeted by an obviously under pressure waitress who was less than clear about where to sit or what to do. There were no menus to answer the question of ‘what do yer want?!’ not even a Covid safe blackboard! Coffee was poor quality filter coffee in a cafetière. It was so weak it looked like tea. There was no milk on the table. Despite requests for milk it never appeared. We helped ourselves to juice however cereals were limited. All bran or all bran with a manky looking banana and some defrosted Aldi style croissants. It was clear that the staff were overwhelmed and didn’t have capacity to refresh the buffet. Our hot breakfast arrived. It wasn’t what we ordered. Full English with a fried egg came as full English with a poached egg hidden under the two ladles of beans. Undercooked bacon and a burnt sausage. Full English with a poached egg no beans arrived as ordered. Sausage burnt on the outside and barely cooked inside. The egg was so over done I could have bounced it and hit the ceiling. Toast, butter and jam arrived which was cold with basic coronet brand butter and jam rather than the higher quality products experienced the day before. We attempted to attract the attention of waiting staff to point out these issues. However they were so busy clearing tables they either ignored us or didn’t see. I did point out the issue as they cleared the plates to no reaction or apology. I suspect the executive chef would be appalled at what we were served. It felt very like a poor canteen breakfast. As I checked out I was asked if everything was alright. I responded with last night was lovely but breakfast has been appalling. The receptionist got a manager and I waited to discuss the issues with her. The owner arrived (Ms Walker), wearing no mask and apologised for her appearance. Every issue I raised with her, she challenged back Breakfast ‘no one complains about breakfast’ Used glasses in the bathroom ‘well they shouldn’t be in there’ Staff ‘well they have to get to work’ I was accused of being OTT. She didn’t want to listen to the compliments about the evening and was focused on the negative. This was poor customer service from the owner. I said to her that I wasn’t going to pay for such a poor breakfast. Her response was ‘it’s always about money isn’t it?!’ I responded that if it had been edible I would have paid for it. She then flounced off into the office and I left. The reason I’ve reviewed this is purely because of the attitude problem here. Listening to your customers improves your service. TLDR: go for dinner and drinks and if you stay go room only. Breakfast is a waste of time and money.…
OMG you need to try their chicken curry dish, i can honestly say i preferred it to any Indian curry i've had. The taste was amazing and beautifully cooked quality chicken breast. Well done Chef 10 out of 10.