Reviews of Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Review by Ray Milner on 25th September, 2009
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I lived in the attic rooms, along with my sister and mother, during the second world war! Tillmouth Patk was then owned by Sir Edward Blake. I seldom saw him but Lady Blake was always in reidence. My mother worked for the family during our stay there. Though young, I still have fond memories of the house and gardens - and remember one summer fete on the front lawn, featuring the then famous band of the Squadronaires. I once reutrned and had a lovely dinner there but haven't been able to return, unfortunately. One day, when my boat comes in, I will return!
Review by Ron on 9th August, 2009
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Good Points: A very nice hotel, will certainly be staying here again, and such good value for money.
Date visited: 2009-08-09
Review by ANDREW on 16th June, 2008
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Good Points: FREE UPGRADE WAS A BONUS,GREAT FOOD & SERVICE, BEUATIFUL ROOM, WILL RETURN
Date visited: 2008-06-16
Review by Elaine Lang on 25th May, 2006
Add your review Date visited: 25/05/06
Hello! I work at Tillmouth Park and take an objection to the previous review that says the office my colleagues and I work in is a "hole in the wall"! I would suggest that more accurate reviews of the hotel by guests who have actually stayed with us can be found on activehotels.com website Tillmouth Park is a wonderfully relaxing and comfortable hotel with very high standards. We hold a Silver Quality Award from the English Tourism Council (not easily won) and our restaurant has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes. TRY US FOR YOURSELVES!!!
Date visited: 25/05/06
Review by Jennifer Eley on 20th April, 2006
Add your review Date visited: October 2005
We arrived early evening after a long drive and the hotel looked marvellous ,all lit up at the front.However the reception was a hole in the wall and unmanned.We stayed long enough for the manager to find us a room in another hotel nearby because we could not face spending two nights in that tiny room. The room we were shown to-standard- was in the attic and certainly not worth the money despite the fact that, according to the manager, it had recently undergone a refurbishment.I thought he was joking. There was a strong smell of cigarettes throughout the hotel.
Date visited: October 2005
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