Ratings based on 89 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 out of 5
88% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from perth


Posted 16-May-2016
Pros: Staff
Cons: Chef
Location: Alnwick
Food disappointing especially the fish courses. That is all.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from West Yorkshire

Weekend away with the inlaws

Posted 19-Apr-2016
Pros: Staff very friendly, nice country pub feeling in the bar area. Rooms clean and comfortable.
Location: Alnwick is only about 5 miles away, Lindisfarne and Holy Island is about 35 minutes drive, Seahouses not too far either.
Stayed in this hotel a couple of years ago and was impressed with it then, so decided to stay in it again. Staff are very helpful and friendly nothing is too much bother for them. Rooms are clean and comfortable and breakfast is very good. Would recommend this hotel and will stay in it again if ever we visit Alnwick or the surrounding area.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller from Glasgow

Peaceful and comfortable stay

Posted 28-Feb-2016
Pros: Peaceful, Food, Homely
Cons: Pillows
Location: Great, and picturesque.
Would recommend for the food alone but it is a very quaint place, homely and serving with pleasant st
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Weekend break

Posted 22-Jan-2016
Great little hotel, nice relaxing atmosphere, amazing food and staff were friendly and more than happy to accommodate our requests. Definitely be stopping again soon.
4out of 5
by elizabeth from Kinross

Posted 28-Oct-2015 on Hotels
Friendly welcome. Lively convivial bar. Original and interesting restaurant decor. Good menu and service. Excellent dinner and breakfast.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller from halifax,west Yorkshire

Lovely place.

Posted 27-Oct-2015
We had a lovely time, food and staff great, handy for getting to local attractions. The only thing i can give bad feedback on was the lack of towels, we had only one hand towel in the room.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

peaceful country inn.

Posted 17-Oct-2015
Cons: It is an old inn, and is full of atmosphere. Nothing should be changed.
Location: The location is a minute or two off the A1, in a leafy part, you could not hear the traffic at all. Pretty village to walk around.
We were celebrating being married 48 years, so booked into Cook and Barker. We'd been there for dinner and lunch on several occasions, but had never stayed overnight. The bedrooms are in an annex, just a few steps across the yard. There were steep stairs to climb to the first floor. There was a king sized comfortable bed (unfortunately though it was not a memory-foam which we are used to). We booked into early bird 5-7pm, which was excellent value. The inn suddenly became busy, as many couples and groups of people descended for this early bird dinner. Breakfast menu had a wide variety of choices on offer.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Leamington Spa

A restaurant with rooms

Posted 23-Sep-2015
Pros: Food portions were good, breakfast was good also.
Location: No comment we were just passing through on our way home from a holiday in Scotland using the A1 and avoiding the M6.
It's a pleasant place to stay and eat, a bit overpriced for what you get, but about the same quality as a Premier Inn.
4out of 5
by malcolm from Sheffield

Posted 17-Sep-2015 on Hotels
A comfortable, friendly Inn with a good restaurant
5out of 5
by Nigel from York

Picturesque hotel

Posted 29-Aug-2015 on Hotels
Good food pleasent staff delightful building