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Stayed here for one night in the cottage, was lovely and cosy. Very clean and had everything we needed. Staff went out of their way to help too. I would highly recommend this place to stay over . We ate on the night time too....More
Stayed here for 2 nights in November for a trip to Kelso races, on arrival we were upgraded the a Cottage which was beautiful with a wood burner in the lounge, the food and drink are both top notch but what really sets this place...More
Popped in here while staying in a local holiday cottage with the in-laws and our Staffie, Nico. Absolutely FANTASTIC food, really tasty and very generous portions. A little bit disappointed that my booked table for 4 ( the only booking in the diary when I...More
This was my second visit to this rather cosy Inn in North Northumberland, close to the Scottish Border. There is nothing really with which I can find fault to report. My room was bright and cheery with excellent views of the hills to the rear....More
Stayed overnight at this lovely Inn on the border with North Northumberland and Scotland.
The premises itself was first class and the accomodation was very clean and most spacious.
The staff were very hospitable and most helpful and the ample menu catered for all needs...More
Post codes in this part of the country can cover quite an area. We are located on the A697 we are just outside of the village of Crookham on the main road (we're a historic old Coaching Inn). Our Post Code is TD124SH the... More
Post codes in this part of the country can cover quite an area. We are located on the A697 we are just outside of the village of Crookham on the main road (we're a historic old Coaching Inn). Our Post Code is TD124SH the small village is Crookham, the larger estate land is the Pallinsburn Estate, and postal services use the more prominent village of Cornhill-on-Tweed.
It's quite a landmark building which lies just about 20 metres to the side of the main road passing Crookham so we're easy to find