Your health and wellbeing remains our top priority, so please rest assured that all the necessary health and safety precautions are being implemented. We have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, have a Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
Here at The Pheasant Inn we have a continuous refurbishment process to keep both the pub and our Northumberland bed and breakfast accommodation up to high standards. This winter has been no exception, with lots of work going into refreshing the en-suite bathroom and shower areas in our eight guest rooms. Anyone who has taken on the task of cleaning and replacing the grouting and seals in their own bathrooms will know what a long and back-breaking job it is, but we’re happy to do it to make sure our rooms are clean and comfortable, and to please the eagle eyes of tourist board and TripAdvisor inspectors.
Speaking of comfort, if you’ve stayed with us you will know just how irresistible our ‘oh so comfy’ beds are after a day out in the fresh air followed by a tasty meal in our bar or restaurant. The last few weeks have seen us busy installing several new beds, along with a range of beautifully soft and luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets.
Running a busy b&b accommodation means the washing machines and dryers are constantly on, and we recently switched from laundering our linen in-house to outsourcing it to a local company, to take some of the workload off our team and make sure all our bed linen and fluffy towels are still finished to the highest standards.
We hope we’ve created the perfect environment for encouraging sweet dreams - come and visit us soon and tell us what you think.
"Good people, good place, good food, good beer."
visitor from London
"An old English pub with modern accommodation in an idyllic spot. Good food, friendly staff ...need I say more? Fitness Centre? The great outdoors!"
visitor from Somerset
"The Kershaws' cooking is fresh, generous and flavoursome, producing wholesome traditional English fare."
The Pub Guide