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Reviews - Waren House Hotel

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Waren Mill, , , Belford, NE70 7EE

Recommended by Condé Nast Johansens

Our inspector loved "The delicious dinner menu using locally sourced and home grown produce."

This attractive Georgian house, once owned by the third Lord Derwentwater, now offers today’s visitor a rare retreat for true relaxation, along with a central point for venturing through the delights of North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Relax in the gardens or in the comfortable lounge and adjacent library. For those seeking the simple pleasures of walking - the sandy shore offers mile upon mile of beautiful scenery. From this tranquil setting it is easy to find the treasures of the Heritage Coast, including the magnificent castle at Bamburgh, just two miles away. The Farne Islands, scene of the daring exploits of Victorian heroine Grace Darling, is reachable by boat from nearby Seahouses and the famous garden at Alnwick is just a short car journey away. Wi-Fi internet access is available in the lounge and library areas and in some rooms. A laptop is available for guest's internet use. The hotel welcomes children aged 14 and over. Small dogs accepted by arrangement.
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81% recommended this accommodation to a friend 81% would stay again
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Our short stay
The staff gave amazing service and the food is wonderful. The rooms and decor were just too busy and sately home-ish for our tastes so whilst we enjoyed our stay and loved the staff we probably would not stay again. It's just a matter I'd taste.
The location for touring the border country and Northumbria is perfect and our walk from the hotel to bamburgh was fantastic.

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j wynn

From UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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short break review
very welcoming upon arrival and all staff extremely attentive and friendly. all rooms extremely clean and very tidy. restaurant highly attractive decor with immaculately laid tables and service very polite at all times. quality of food top rate although portions a little on small side.overall a very pleasing experience.

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a firman

From UK
Who stayed in March 2013

Couple

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Stunning Georgian manor house, traditionally furnished, with superb food and warmly friendly staff
A peaceful retreat, in a splendid manor house with beautiful gardens and a really fine restaurant.
The welcoming and friendly staff create a relaxed atmosphere, less stuffy or heavy that the interesting mix of antique furnishings might suggest. Large, comfortable and well equipped room, with a lovely view across the gardens and into the Northumberland countryside.
Grays restaurant is quite an experience. Fine attention to detail, locally sourced ingredients and a French-inspired dinner menu, with almost too many tastes to appreciate. Canapes, pre-starter, sorbet, cofee and truffles in addition to the main courses. The house wines are first-rate. Breakfast is all you could hope for, again with local produce, and cooked to personal tastes.
Given the quality of the place, very good value for money. Five minutes from Bamburgh Castle and the Northumbrian coast, 20 minutes to Holy Island, and close to the A1 for a convenient stop on the way to Scotland.

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Brian Eversham

From Cambridge, UK
Who stayed in May 2012

Travelling alone

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A comfortable stay
The large traditionally furnished bedroom was very comfortable and overlooked the well kept garden. The staff were very friendly and welcoming and the food excellent.

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K Sears

From Sawbridgeworth, England
Who stayed in April 2012

Couple

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