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Hazelrigg Old School Bed & Breakfast

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Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 November 2015

Lovely relaxing break in this B and B, with views comparable to the Lake District. The hosts are amazing and the rooms clean, tidy and relaxing. Would go again and again when staying in the area. A short drive to Cuthbert's Cave and Holy Island. A hidden gem off the North East coast.

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Reviewed 4 January 2015

Top-notch service and incredible views - photos just don't do it justice! Hosts were so kind and helpful, with a warm welcome and fantastic breakfasts. Great day trips around - Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick (Barter Books) - with magical scenery and a different pace of life. Bed was incredibly comfy, room had everything you need - including miles...

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Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 3 August 2011

We thought Lorna was outstanding. The only host in a whole month of touring,who actually asked if we needed any washing done! When touring, that is a big concern! Fantastic location out in the most beautiful country. Thank goodness for our trusty GPS! The view from our room was to die for. We could see for miles. This was an...

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UK
Reviewed 19 June 2011

The house has wonderful views to the Cheviot Hills and is a hare spotters paradise. Hosts Lorna and Jim are genuinely nice people and nothing is too much trouble. The breakfasts are 5 star and there's always a choice. There are nice pubs in the vicinity and a great Italian restaurant in nearby Wooler.

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Reading, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 June 2011

I couldn't be happier with choosing Hazelrigg. It's the perfect location for hiking and sightseeing. The room was warm and cozy and was stocked with everything I needed. The bed was plush and a very welcome sight after a long day of exploring. There are beautiful views from every window in the house and a lot of the time you...

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Wombwell, South Yorkshire
Reviewed 2 September 2010

Great hosts where nothing is too much trouble and you are treated like royalty! The house & rooms are of a very high standard with many extra's just for your own comforts. The location has stunning views and you are literally on the doorstep is St Cuthberts Way leading to Lindisfarne. There are local pubs serving superb a la carte...

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Lancashire
Reviewed 23 July 2009

This is a converted old country schools that is a very friendly and comfortable place to stay. Great for countryside and sea. St Cuthberts Way passes right by the front door. The B&B has fantastic countryside views. The bedrooms are quiet, spacious, and very clean. The owners have mountain bikes you can use and the local lanes are very bike...

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The Old School Hazelrigg is nestled just below the Cheviots, and right on St Cuthbert's Way in amongst the most stunning countryside. We have 2 en-suite bedrooms with full facilities, and a twin bedroom with sole use of a very large bathroom. For those walking in the area, we have drying facilities and foot spas - most welcomed! Our visitors are all welcomed as friends and have full use of our home. Following a good nights sleep, you can enjoy a full Northumbrian breakfast - then you won't need to eat for the rest of the day! Everyone is welcome at the Old School, from walkers to bikers (both types!), animal lovers or just touring the area - its an ideal location for that get-away break - call in soon, we would love to see you! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Hazelrigg Old School Bed & Breakfast

Address: Old Hazelrigg The Old School, Chatton NE66 5SA, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Northumberland > Chatton
Number of rooms: 2
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