A friend of ours called the hotel to enquire if they served afternoon teas. She was told they did and she replied she would call in later that day. When we arrived there was no one in sight. We went looking for the staff. We...More
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Whilst staying in Rothbury for a few days with friends, we had dinner at this restaurant. The fish and chips were excellent.
First things first, great service! Warm welcome from all. Lovely setting, tastefully decorated rooms. Food was very good, Italian isn't normally my first choice , however I was very impressed. Very nice venue and although I never ever wish to go through marriage again, would...More
We had rented an apartment in Rothbury for a few days via airbnb and were looking for somewhere local to eat. The apartment owner suggested this place as it was next door and had undergone a change of ownership. We ate there on a Saturday...More
Thank you, we were delighted to host you for two evenings and so glad you loved the dining experience, the team will be thrilled with your feedback. Hope to see you when you next return to our wonderful county of Northumberland.
Stayed here recently , had one meal at dinner , that was enough ! Spaghetti carbonara , spaghetti swimming in a thick sauce with the most disgusting lardons with skin present and very little bacon . Service was ok however the waiter insisted on using...More
Great meal - lovely surroundings and very attentive staff. We had Sunday Lunch in a beautiful restaurant. The Head waiter was very so pleasant and made the meal one to remember. It was fine dining at a very good price and one of the best...More
Hi As it was our wedding anniversary my husband decided to try the Coquetdale restaurant again, as we were regular costumers in the past. We were so disappointed, the refurbished dinning room looked lovely, we were ushered to our table by a rather nervous waiter...More
We were a family group of ten, booked for Mother's Day lunch and the first group to arrive. The hotel had made a n event out of the day with a pianist (very good, especially the Bach), little pots of primulas given to each 'mother'...More