- Very Good
- 8 guest reviews
"The afternoon tea was most welcome & really enjoyable & just the right tonic in a lovely expansive & well furnished lounge & we didn't want..."
"This is a very friendly family-run establishment. To be recommended for solo, family or group travellers. Ideally placed for many activities..."
"a lovely spot to stay, and we were looked after well. A little disappointing in terms of vegetarian options, but other than that really plea..."
"Our 1st visit to the Coach House but hopefully not our last. We found this a lovely place to stay, very comfortable bedroom, the lounge was..."
"My stay here was very comfortable and enjoyable, the staff were friendly and helpful, interested in where you visited and offered helpful su..."
About the hotel
The Coach House is a superb Dinner, Bed and Breakfast Guest accomodation Located in Crookham, Cornhill on Tweed near Berwick In Northumberlnd. The Coach House is a 17thC dower house with a collection of former farm buildings located in rolling countryside. The traditional bedrooms upstairs in the dower house offer exposed beams and plenty of character.
The tastefully converted bedrooms set in the sun filled courtyard offer spacious fully equipped and disabled friendly accommodation. The Coach House is located halfway between Newcastle and Edinburgh next to the A697, convenience is the key to allow easy access to all the treasures located in the 'Secret Kingdom'. The large vaulted residents lounge and bar features a great open fire with lovely views over the terrace and orchard, where Shetland Ponies graze beneath Damson trees. Complementary afternoon tea is served in the lounge to all newly arrived guests on a warm afternoon you can enjoy refreshments in the suntrap that is our expansive terrace. Breakfast is served in our 2 elegant dining rooms with period fireplaces, beams and feature windows. Dinner is available each evening by prior arrangment.
Showing Tuesday 9 February 2016 to Wednesday 10 February 2016Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 15:30 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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88% would recommend it to a friend
Arrived mid afternoon after a few hectic days helping our daughter move house to enjoy afternoon tea
The afternoon tea was most welcome & really enjoyable & just the right tonic in a lovely expansive & well furnished lounge & we didn't want to climb out of the well upholstered settee.
Our short break got off to the nicest start possible.....lovely & we hope to return for more?
A good 'find'
This is a very friendly family-run establishment.
To be recommended for solo, family or group travellers. Ideally placed for many activities. Including fishing, hiking, or just mooching around the expansive converted Coachouse. The spectacular Northumberland coast is only 30 minutes away. As are the mystical Farne and Holy Islands. The food provided is substantial and the evening meals, if required are exceptionally good value. The complimentary afternoon teas in the huge comfortable lounge, are a delight. A well stocked 'honesty bar' is convenient and the rooms come with all facilities. The two sisters, who manage the Coachhouse - Gemma and Jackie with Mum Yvonne helping out are welcoming and full of local information. (The men are behind the scenes!)
The Coachouse is perhaps in need of a facelift but this comes within plans for the future. Perhaps chose a bedroom away from the road, if traffic keeps you awake. If you are someone who books in haste on line, stays for one night and expects five star hotel accommodation for low cost and then moans about it because you can, this is not the place for you.