St Cuthbert’s House

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Contact details

St Cuthbert’s House
192 Main Street
Seahouses
Northumberland
NE68 7UB
England
01665 720456
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

6. 2 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year, except Christmas/New Year, ‘holiday periods in winter’.

Facilities

lounge, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden.

Background music

none.

Children

not under 12.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per room B&B £110–£125. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.

Other reviews

VisitEngland Five Star Guest Accommodation

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘What a find!’ enthuses a regular Guide reader, of this ‘brilliant’ B&B in a ‘lovingly restored’ Presbyterian church on the ‘beautiful’ Northumberland coast. ‘Great hosts’ Jill and Jeff Sutheran live in the manse next door. Part of the church’s former sanctuary, the Cuthbert room still contains the original harmonium, wooden pillars and tall windows; it is the communal heart of the B&B, with the breakfast room at one end and sofas at the other (lots of local information, too). Fancy a drink? Help yourself to the well-stocked honesty bar, which includes botanically brewed soft drinks and the house beer. Bedrooms are ‘spacious’ and ‘comfortable’, provided with dressing gowns and slippers; the Bede room, on the ground floor, is suitable for guests with mobility issues. Breakfast makes a feature of the local smoked fish. Try kipper pâté, or ‘the best-ever’ kedgeree, made with oak-smoked haddock from the village smokehouse. In the evening, the hosts have plenty of restaurant recommendations to share. Listen out for music nights: themselves musicians, the Sutherans organise occasional folk concerts. (GM, and others)

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St Cuthbert’s House
192 Main Street
Seahouses
Northumberland
NE68 7UB

Guest comments

'Brilliant, what a find, great hosts, and the kipper at breakfast was the best I have had. ' - Gwyn Morgan - September, 2016
'Lovingly converted former chapel. Very friendly welcome. Very comfortable lounge and attractive breakfast room. Local smoked fish a feature. Kedgereee and delicious kipper pate, Very comfortable room and bathroom, plenty of space. ' - Sue Pethen - September, 2013

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