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We have just spent the weekend at the hotel with our motoring group with us virtually filling the hotel, we personally had an excellent time and we’re fully satisfied with the hotel.
The staff were excellent, friendly and helpful, compliments to them all.
With a group of sports car enthusiasts , 53 people, we stayed for a weekend. The staff were fantastic, we all had meals at the same time; no meal preselection, all served ontime , hot and delicious. Location of the hotel , with rooms facing...More
The hotel is around 3-400 yards from the centre of Bellingham (pronounced bellin-jam apparently). The town sits in a steep valley and the many walkers and cyclists will be glad of the descent into the village to stay the night. The climb out in the...More
We have just spent 4 nights at this lovely old hotel celebrating our golden wedding. We found all the staff most friendly and helpful. Our room was large and very clean with a view over the cricket field. The food was of excellent quality and...More
We have stayed in the area before ,but decided to stay here for a change as we spotted a good deal.
Plenty of parking and a friendly greeting including carrying my bag to our room was a positive start to our break.
Our room was...More
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack... More
In the immediate area, it's a short walk to the town centre by road or riverside walk, and there are three pubs. The Cheviot is a nice pub serving good food at reasonable prices. If you like 'ribs', they serve a FULL rack for about £12, I don't recommend having a starter beforehand. From the High St, there is a return walk that takes you through ancient woodland to an impressive waterfall, (under 3 miles return trip). Out and about, the Roman Wall and forts are easily accessed, and Kielder resevoir is a short drive away. There are a few 'English Heritage' type sites around also.(eg. Belsay Hall and Castle)
Hi, as you enter the Riverdale hotel, you walk into a covered lobby area, straight ahead is a set of doors, this leads to two ground floor rooms (we stayed in one of these with our dog ) the rooms are opposite the little... More
Hi, as you enter the Riverdale hotel, you walk into a covered lobby area, straight ahead is a set of doors, this leads to two ground floor rooms (we stayed in one of these with our dog ) the rooms are opposite the little fish pond which you can see as you walk in, but you turn left to go up the ramp and enter the main hotel through another door. When I inquired, I was told dogs are not allowed in the rooms of the main hotel. Dogs are also not allowed in the restaurant, but you can take dogs into the bar and eat in the bar with your dog. I must say the food at the Riverdale is excellent, they do great burgers and a fabulous Sunday lunch. Enjoy your stay, I'm sure you'll love it.