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All reviewswet roomhomemade jamsowner lizbreakfast was excellentwarm welcomefresh milkcomfortable bedfriendly ladyfull englishsea frontgreat showerstayed for one nighttoastlovely landladyvisiting whitley bayplace to staythis lovely hotel
Having had a fabulous stay with wonderful Liz we decided we wanted to give a glowing review. Checked other reviews 1st and see there are just a few who simply don’t get this great hostess. Great dry sense of humour, lovely warm welcome where you...More
Myself and my mum had a lovely stay here. It is an ideal location for exploring Whitley Bay. The room was clean and comfortable. The owner couldn’t do enough for us and made our stay very pleasant. We would definitely stay again.
LOVELY Guest house, down to earth landlady, couldn't do enough. Great breakfast and the rooms, bathrooms etc were beautiful. Liz the owner said she had received bad reviews from certain people God knows why? There are some "very hard" to please Muppets out there. However,...More
I endorse the reviews from 'Choosybrit' and 'Dadaandbaba'. Not a pleasant stay, owner unfriendly to say the least which means there is no way I would or could recommend this hotel. The room provided smelt of dog, not helped I'm sure that it had been...More
I had to come up to the north on business and I didnt book accomodation before arriving in the area. I headed for the sea front and viewed the dreaded premier inn and then noticed this delightful B&B in the distance. On arrival Liz was...More
The room we stayed in on the ground floor has a level access shower - there is a small lip on the edge of the shower and a door which closes. The shower room is not that big especially for a wheelchair - will your wife need... More
The room we stayed in on the ground floor has a level access shower - there is a small lip on the edge of the shower and a door which closes. The shower room is not that big especially for a wheelchair - will your wife need to transfer for the toilet? I think that maybe you should contact the Park Lodge direct for more info.
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"I would go for the double ground floor but loved my little single room."