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Bay Horse Inn
West Woodburn

NE48 2RX | View map

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The Bay Horse Inn stands on the A68 route Darlington to Edinburgh, within easy reach of the industrial and commercial centres of the North East. We are 6 miles from Otterburn, 20 miles from Corbridge and just 24 miles from Newcastle Airport. For ramblers, cyclists, horse riders and leisure travellers alike we are in a perfect situation to enjoy the beautiful Cheviot Hill countryside. When you have been out and about in the fresh country air and, when the excellent home cooked cuisine and cosy surroundings of our lounge bar all begin to take effect, retire to one of our 7 bedrooms.Five are en-suite. The two large bedrooms share a bathroom which is ideal for a family. Please note that these two rooms are above the bar and can be noisey - the price reflects this slight inconvenience. All are decorated individually in a delightful cottage style. and have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers, ironing facilities and a trouser press. We have a special room which is ideal for honey mooners or for that special treat for any couple. Sample the luxury of our four poster bedroom - beautifully decorated and comfortable. We offer bed and breakfast and, of course, longer stay facillities in our en-suite accommodation which has English Tourist Council Four Diamond rating. Here at The Bay Horse we all take pride in our work and strive to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. Our bedrooms are all en-suite and the garden stretches down to the river and contains grassed area equipped with garden tables. We have good parking at the inn, including space for coaches by appointment.

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