A good place to arrive after a day’s walk on St Cuthbert’s Way, resting before walking on the sand over to Lindisfarne. The room was clean and large with a fire place. At night you could go to the kitchen and help yourself to toast and marmelade! The hostess gave good advice on when to walk paying attention to the tide and informed us about the bus timetable for leaving Lindisfarne. A nice breakfast the next morning. A perfect stay.
My daughter and I walked unsteadily and gratefully into Fenwick and rang the Rogersons for a pick up. The Delightful Fred came, and he could not have been kinder or helpful. Anne drove us to the Lindisfarne Inn for dinner at night and Fred picked us up. Always kind.
Our room, was massive. Seperate area, with our own bathroom, huge bedroom. Warm and dry.
The next day we had to leave super early to catch the low tide to Lindisfarne Island and it was no problem for Anne with our breakfasts.
Lovely lovely generous people and I thank them very much. Do stay, a home away from home.
This was our first time in the North East and we had decided to stay at a B&B rather than a hotel. After a fairly tiring 250 mile journey we arrived and were met by Anne and her two dogs (labradors).
Anne was very welcoming, giving us tips about where to eat and recommending places to visit.
As we were only in the area to see Lindisfarne (Holy Island) this was really useful.
We were shown our room which was rather 'chintzy'. Nothing wrong with that. The beds were comfortable, the shower spot-on and in the morning the breakfast was superb.
Not a lot else to say, really.
This is how a B&B should be!
p.s. the B&B does not have a golf course but the owners own one nearby!
Had a super 4 night stay here. Annie made us most welcome. A lovely room with large private bathroom next door to our room but not technically en-suite as had to go onto landing to gain access. A minor point on an otherwise wonderful stay. A homely atmosphere and lovely breakfast shared with the other guests which was great to share stories of places visited. A great location for holy island, Bamborough and Seahouses, from where cruises to the farne islands run. Would thoroughly recommend
Stayed here while walking the coast. Very welcoming and friendly B and B . Clean and well equipped. Best breakfast of the trip with delicious scrambled eggs and smoked salmon. Our room was nice and cool despite the hot weather.Gave 5 stars as for the money was excellent value.