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    Type B&B
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    Bedrooms 4
  • £50 - £75 per room per night

Details

We are a traditional Northumbrian livestock smallholding in a very rural setting with panoramic views .Our breakfasts include a lot of home made produce. We have a relaxed freindly atmosphere.

The bed and breakfast accommodation is in specially converted barns adjoining the farmhouse. Bedrooms vary in size, all are ensuite. For breakfast there is a good range of home produced product to choose from apart from the great English Breakfast Plate. DIY.Laundry facilities. Games barn with skittle alley. Well mannered pets and children welcomed. Childrens rates available. Online booking available.

Ratings

  • B&B Enjoy England 4 Star
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Family Room En-Suite 

    Family Room 1
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    Sleeps 4
  • £50 - £115 per room per night
  • view from the window
  • window family room

Our Family room has a king sized double bed, a single bed and a trundle bed , it also has a  bath room with a shower. The views from the quaint low level windows look across the home garden and the other across the yard. There is a flat screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. The beds have douvets but we can supply them with sheets and blankets if you prefer. We also have a travel cot and high chair for babies.  Discounts apply to children sharing a room with their parents.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Room 2
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    Sleeps 2
  • £50 - £75 per room per night
  • view from window

This double room has 2 windows one over looking the garden and the other over to the sheep shed. There is a small shower bathroom. As with all our rooms the king sized double beds are supplied with douvets but we can make the bed up with sheets and blankets if you prefer.  There is room for a travel cot,  if you require one we have it.The room has a TV and hospitality tray.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double 3
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    Sleeps 2
  • £50 - £75 per room per night

This double room has a king sized bed , the bathroom has a shower above the bath. The view from the windows is over to the sheep sheds, where the sheep can be watched lambing in March. There is a hospitality tray and TV. Sheets and blankets can be supplied if you prefer then to douvets.

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    Double En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • £50 - £75 per room per night

This is a single room with a standard double bed, there is a flat screen TV and tea and coffeee making facilities. The ensuite bathroom has a bath with a shower above.

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Additional Directions Information

Car arrival: FROM - Hexham take the B6306 signed to Slaley and Blanchland (avoid route for lorries). Continue for 4.5 miles approx. where you will pass Travellers Rest Pub in the middle of no-where. We are then the 1st turning to your right, 1st farm road right. All before the village of Slaley.

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