Excellent hotel for its price range and could not fault the staff - they were all so friendly and helpful. The setting was really good, in a country park, with all aspects really countryfied. Eating in the adjacent Brewers Fayre was so easy that we did each day, even though we had not originally intended to.
Lovely premier inn one of the best building work did not interfere with our stay staff nice and meals best of all the lake view am staying at the moment the breakfast was freshly cooked and the evening meal was delicious
It’s a premiere inn so you know what you’re getting
I think it’s a good one though
Clean comfortable room with everything working
Friendly helpful check in
Changed my room to first floor so I got a view of the lake with swans swimming and a couple of deer roaming round
It was October but unseasonably warm
Temperature in the room was fine
If you want 5 star facilities look elsewhere but this was ok
I expected a buffet but the hot food was waitress service
I’d stay again
Short weekend break to explore Northumbria and a number of castles. View was completely of the kitchen roof which blocked out everything else. Staff didn't seem interested in leaving the front desk and certainly weren't going to move us to a room with a view. Restaurant attached was so busy we could barely get a drink let alone food. Took 15 minutes just to order a pint. They said nearest town was just over a mile away, but in truth the nearest town centre was 4 miles away. It's in the middle of knowhere. Won't be returning to this one!
Everyone knows what to expect of Standards at a Premier Inn, so I won't repeat it here. Suffice to say this one lived up to the Advertising.
The note-worthy feature of this Premier Inn is it's setting, being located at the Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, which is the site of a
There is a sizeable Lake a few yards from the Hotel, around which one can stroll at Leisure in about half and hour. Wild-flowers, Insect and
On a Wednesday mid-Afternoon in early July it was quiet and peaceful, but I'm sure it's much busier at Weekends and during School Holidays.
There is a Brewers Fayre Eatery next to the Hotel.
This place is not too far off the A1 major North-South Road Route, and is a nice place to stop if you are travelling up to the Borders, or
Scotland, or indeed going South and further into Eastern England.