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Stayed at the hotel after a nearly 15 mile walk as part of the Pennine way walk I was doing over 18 days. The bedroom was a really nice surprise, tastefully modernised although some of the upstairs has seen better days.
Downstairs the bar was...More
My friend and I spent a lovely, relaxing four nights at this welcoming inn. Although we had booked a twin room, we were initially shown to a room with a double bed but were quickly moved after we said that we did not want to...More
Arrived to a friendly welcome from the owner. Property is having a small renovation. but only on the stairs. The rooms are beautiful and spacious. Nice bar with friendly locals. Very well kept beers. Restaurant Nice with quality tasty reasonably priced food. One of the...More
Have stopped now in Bellingham a few times and finally managed to get a table at the Cheviot... and can now understand why we struggled..
We ordered a combo starter as the kids were "starving"... excellent value and really tasty.
The kids ordered burgers whilst...More
We had 2 nights here recently, the rooms are spacious and very comfortable with some nice touches, we loved having a Nespresso machine in our room! All the staff were very friendly and the food was great. Huge well cooked breakfast that set us up...More
Response from kanddLeighGtrMcr | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, we loved our stay at The Cheviot, but in all honesty you might be better elsewhere! I have a good knowledge of MS as I was the secretary of our local MS support branch for over 25yrs and therefore am aware of... More
Hi there, we loved our stay at The Cheviot, but in all honesty you might be better elsewhere! I have a good knowledge of MS as I was the secretary of our local MS support branch for over 25yrs and therefore am aware of access, walking etc; areas of difficulty. There is no on-site parking, and it's a case of just parking as near to the pub/hotel as you can. The actual approach to the door although relatively short is quite steep, and once inside most of the floors are very uneven (very old pub) All accommodation is upstairs, and there is no lift.
As I said....we had a most enjoyable stay in a lovely room! The staff and the food were superb......but I really feel any difficulty in walking could pose a problem.
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