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85% would recommend it to a friend
Beautiful, traditional and a pleasurable stay.
A 17th century coaching inn.
Beautifully quirky, with beautiful furniture, pictures. Helpful, polite staff and fantastic breakfasts. The evening menu should be simpler, more traditional and straightforward to match the surroundings. The rooms were comfortable and cosy, spacious, warm and sympathetically decorated (you wouldn't expect cold, modern and clinical in this stunning old stone building!). Plenty of refreshment items and facilities. WiFi available, but unfortunately we couldn't get a signal. Not a problem as the weather was lovely and we were out most of the time. The garden area was lovely to sit in in the evening. A lovely stay.
Friendly staff, very clean,food in restaurant was good of an evening.( Breakfast was a little dry )
Escape to the country!
We had stayed here previously.
Bedroom/En suite was clean, perfectly adequate for our needs. We used the hotel as a base as I was horseriding in nearby Seahouses the next day. Food was excellent both for evening meal and breakfast. The staff were friendly and helpful, lovely cosy fire in the bar. We'd be happy to stay again!
Lovely friendly staff.
Nice and quiet so had a good quality sleep
A very good break
We thought the hotel was well represented on the web site, in terms of pictures and description.
The food on both nights was very tasty, served well by the staff, who all seemed to know about the food and what was available. The rooms were spacious and warm, the bed comfortable but of course in any old building (1700 hundreds) there is only so far you can go in terms of decorations and up keep. The heater did not work in the bathroom and some bits of decoration could be attended to but overall we would definitely return and could recommend it for value for money.
Don't go in winter!
The Tankerville Arms is a lovely old Inn and it's lovely and warm downstairs next to the roaring open fire.
However, in the bedrooms it's a different story - ours was freezing. They only just put the heating on when we arrived and one heater in the room and one in the bathroom wasn't working. The result was we froze for two days. Luckily they had provided hot water bottles... The bathroom was low quality, toilet didn't flush properly and shower head was loose over a narrow bath. The "hospitality" tray was the opposite, far from hospitable and mean with its provisions. A great shame as the staff were friendly. Breakfast was good but the evening meal average.
An excellent stay in every way.
The dog was accepted as being a guest as well.
Original 19th Century Coaching house renovated to modern standards.
Small double room was clean and tidy. Food and welcome was excellent.
A decent place to stop in, within working distance of the Town center.