- Very Good
- 13 guest reviews
"Stayed for 6 nights to visit Scottish Border country. Excellent base for travel. Well appointed room, excellent service - went out of the wa..."
"A lovely place to stay. We wanted a cosy comfortable location for our wedding anniversary. Everything here was great: Food, room, bathroom,..."
"This is a pub with a good restaurant which people clearly travel out to. Last orders a little early at 20.30. As regards the accommodation,..."
"Not in the habit of leaving reviews, however we were so pleased with our time at the Blue Bell Inn we thought we'd make an exception. Extrem..."
"Vey welcoming staff and excellent location Our room was lovely, the bed was so comfortable and the shower so powerful and hot. Even though t..."
About the hotel
The Blue Bell Inn, Crookham, is set in some of North East England’s most spectacular countryside. Marvel at the views in the Cheviot Hills, take in the dramatic Northumberland coastline or make the short hop over to the beautiful Scottish Borders. We’re sure once you’ve visited Northumberland you’ll only want to spend more time here, so why not stay a few days and discover what the region has to offer.
Relax in one of our comfortable, individually designed rooms and enjoy the Blue Bell Inn hospitality. Sit back, warm up by the wood burning stove and enjoy a traditional country pub at its best. Choose from our selection of guest ales, delicious wines and malt whiskies while we cook you up some good quality home-made food. For history buffs, the Blue Bell is a mere mile away from the site of the Battle of Flodden, which claimed the life of James IV of Scotland in 1513. September 2013 marks to 500th anniversary of Flodden and events are taking place throughout the year to commemorate the occasion. Visit the Flodden Ecomuseum for more information. Just a couple of miles from the Blue Bell, Ford and Etal Estate offers a number of attractions, including the 14th century Etal Castle, the Heatherslaw light railway and Lady Waterford Hall, as well as cycling routes and delightful walks along the river Till.
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Up to 8 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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77% would recommend it to a friend
Stayed for 6 nights to visit Scottish Border country.
Excellent base for travel. Well appointed room, excellent service - went out of the way to help me with my gluten free diet. Excellent restaurant and food. Great breakfasts. Nice views of the hills from our bedroom.
Friendly,but tiny room!
The manager was very helpful and friendly, food was good and so was the beer.
However the room was above the pub and whilst clean and tidy was tiny measuring around 9ft by 12ft including the ensuite. with a double beer there was very little room to move around. At £85.00 per night it was clearly £20-£25 overpriced. This is a nice pub with a room but charging 4star prices!