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The Hotel offers 17 en-suite bedrooms and, as benefits a building of this age, each one is wonderfully unique and full of individual character. Tastefully decorated in a style reflective of the wider property, what these rooms do share is a commitment to providing a high standard of comfort and a peaceful night’s sleep. Every room also features complimentary Wi-Fi access, freeview TV, hairdryer, direct-dial telephone and tea and coffee making facilities as well as some fantastic views of the gardens and the surrounding countryside. There are room types to suit all kinds of traveller, including single, classic and superior double or twin options. What’s more there is also a separate 2-bedroom Garden House in the grounds.
Of course, no visit to Tankerville Arms would be complete without sampling the delights of the elegant Cheviot Restaurant. Wowing locals and visitors alike, it has built up a dedicated following over the years, becoming a real hit among those who appreciate truly great food. Their first-class Chef prides himself on using fresh, locally sourced seasonal produce wherever possible. Specialising in traditional Northumbrian fayre, the menu features such regional delights as beef from Glendale livestock, lamb from the Till Valley and fresh fish from Amble – all beautifully accompanied by Northumbrian Real Ales and local meads. The restaurant itself has a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere and overlooks the Hotel’s beautifully maintained garden where guests can enjoy a spot of alfresco dining on those warmer Summer days. During the colder months, the Copper Bar has its own large log fire and is the perfect place for pre-dinner drinks and socialising with friends old and new.
With such splendid surroundings and exemplary service, it is no surprise to learn that the Hotel is a perfect venue for weddings and other celebrations. From small intimate affairs to lavish occasions for up to 100 people, the hotel has the flexibility and the know-how to ensure that all events are both memorable and successful. For conferences and other corporate events, they have two meeting rooms able to cater for up to 30 people boardroom-style or 70 theatre-styles.
Located in the heart of Wooler in Northumberland, the hotel is conveniently just a 20 minute drive from the A1 and less than half an hour from Berwick-upon-Tweed. It also offers ample on-site parking for all guests. The nearest city is Newcastle, about an hour’s drive away, whilst it is approximately a 90 minute drive to Edinburgh. Berwick Railway Station offers excellent transport links to the rest of the country and the hotel can arrange a taxi to collect guests upon request. For those flying in, Newcastle International Airport is just over an hour’s drive from the hotel. The hotel resides right in the heart of North Northumberland and the local area offers an abundance of great activities and attractions. Epitomising the virtues of peace, quiet and complete relaxation it is renowned as a place of stunning natural beauty. The Cheviot Hills make for a wild, romantic landscape of rolling hills and unspoilt rivers and features awe-inspiring views across the sea. The dramatic hills and sheltered valleys of Northumberland National Park stretch all the way from Hadrian’s Wall to the Scottish Border creating a virtual paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. With ample opportunities for walking, rambling, bird-watching, cycling and horse-riding, the area is infused with an inspired sense of freedom and adventure. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne has a rhythm all of its own, taking in Lindisfarne Castle, Gospel Garden and Priory and also the Owl Sanctuary in Beal. History buffs can explore the wonders of the iconic Alnwick Castle, one of the largest inhabited castles in Europe. Indeed, younger visitors are sure to recognise it as the location of Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter films. Further afield and spanning nine acres of land on its rocky plateau high above the Northumberland coastline, Bamburgh Castle offers over two thousand years of exhilarating history. Once the Royal Seat of the Kings of Northumbria it has seen centuries of bloody battles, royal rebellions, spellbinding legends and grisly ghost stories.