Brainshaugh PrioryBook this room now
Style, comfort and ultimate luxury are key and no expense has been spared to ensure the deluxe rooms match the ambiance of the bar, lounge and restaurant. In Brainshaugh Priory pastel greens and creams will surround you, further enhanced with a quirky tartan fabric complimenting the equine theme. This is a delightful room with a king size bed, large walk-in shower and an original bay window overlooking the River Coquet.
COMPLIMENTARY IN THIS ROOM
Flat screen TV with Freeview, a range of tea and coffee from local merchants Ringtons, super king size bed, towelling robes, spring water and toiletries from the prestigious White Company range. Newspapers and/or magazines can be ordered on request as well as flowers and chocolates if required – nothing is too much trouble! Breakfast is served overlooking the River Coquet.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Group Booking Policy - Bookings of 4 nights and above or bookings of 3 rooms or more will need to book directly with The Northumberland Arms. A 25% deposit will be required up front and the balance will be due 14 days in advance of the booking. If guests need to cancel, they will need to do so one month in advance of their booking, otherwise their deposit will be non-refundable.
Non-refundable rates are non-refundable.Flexible rates allow the guest to cancel free of charge until 2 days (48 hours) before arrival. The guest will be charged the cost of the first night if they cancel within the 2 days before arrival.Group Bookings - guests will have paid 25% up front and will need to cancel one month in advance of their stay, otherwise they will lose their deposit.
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