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Reviews - Innkeeper’s Lodge Newcastle, Cramlington

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The Snowy Owl Vintage Inn, Blagdon Lane, Cramlington, NE23 8AU
Northumberland is one of the most beautiful parts of the country and Innkeeper’s Lodge Cramlington, just nine miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is the perfect way to make the most of it.

With its roots in the 1600s, this converted farmhouse is as historic as it is cosy, providing budget accommodation ideal for exploring the Northumberland coast, Newcastle’s fantastic shopping, Morpeth or Plessey Woods Country Park.

Handy for weekend breaks, you’ll find the lodge in the pretty little town of Cramlington, which is surrounded by a rich landscape of impressive castles, unspoilt beaches, rugged moorland and friendly villages full of charming shops and pubs.

Book one of its 18 comfy en-suite rooms and you’ll be right next door to the pub, the perfect spot for a pint of cask ale or a fireside treat of freshly cooked, seasonally inspired food.
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  • Customer service
  • Hotel cleanliness
  • Quality of room
  • Value for money
  • Quality of food
  • Family friendly

Lovely rooms, shame about the plumbing
On arrival, we were allocated Room 11, which is a lovely and spacious room, very nicely furnished with a great feel to it. Sadly, it seems to be right below the main header tank in the attic, and the noise from the water was a bit too much, especially as I had forgotten to pack earplugs. The reception were helpful and moved us into Room 7, which was smaller but still very pleasant.
I did get the impression that this particular problem was one familiar to the staff, so the obvious question is why this has not been sorted already.
Breakfast was just right - continental style, but plenty of fresh fruit and toast etc., so very good.

Reviewed by
Christian T

From UK
Who stayed in May 2013

Couple

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Liked all aspects of the Inn, breakfast was enjoyable but, the only evening we ate in was not of the quality we were expecting, ( salmon very dry and gammon steak tasty but tough ). Would not prevent us from recommending the Inn.

Reviewed by
W Young

From Paisley, Scotland
Who stayed in October 2012

Couple

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