Nestled in the tranquil village of Eglingham in picturesque Northumberland, the Tankerville Arms is a nineteenth century dog-friendly coaching inn. It features individually designed rooms with en-suite or private bathroom, flat-screen television, tea and coffee making facilities, and mp4-docking speakers. Free WiFi is available throughout.
The restaurant is open to residents and locals alike, offering British cuisine. The menu concentrates on local produce, and might include Glendale lamb, Northumbrian game, fish landed from nearby ports and cheeses from Doddington Dairy. Real ales from Alnwick and Hadrian and Border Breweries complement the traditional range of beers, wine and spirits in the bar.
Ideally placed for exploring not only the breathtaking beaches and castles of the Northumberland coast, bur also for losing yourself in the isolated splendour of the Cheviot Hills. Guests often take the the boat trip to see the puffins on the Farne Islands, or cross the tidal causeway to Holy Island. A day trip to Hadrian’s Wall and the archaeological sites is also a must.