Gables

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Reviews of Gables Hotel, Haswell Plough

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Review by Anonymous on 1st October, 2008

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Good Points: Very friendly, welcoming staff. Excellent breakfast. Rooms good with tea/coffee available. Additional nice touches e.g. chocolate in room! General review: The visit was to see family not seen for a while - the hotel experience added to the family feel.

Date visited: 2008-10-01

Review by Charles on 17th November, 2007

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Good Points: It was hiomely, friendly, quiet family run hotel with a lovely atmosphere Bad Points: Nothing, it was very fit for purpose and clean and tidy General review: I enjoyed this fully, The landlord being very attentative. The whole stay I enjoyed thouroughly.

Date visited: 2007-11-17

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Warm & comfortable; good bed; excellent breakfast; non-smoking rooms; tea & coffee facilities,Poor directions; Overcrowded room; wardrobe jammed; very low shower water pressure; smoky public areas,"THe Gables is actually around 10 miles E of Durham, through Gilesgate - therefore handy for the coast. To get there from the south it is best to come off on the A1 junction before the main Durham city exit; or approach via the A19. The downstairs of the hotel is effectively a pub. You get a room key which also opens the front door. Staff friendly but rooms small with too much furniture. Has a guest house feel. Excellent home-cooked breakfast."

Date visited: 22/11/2004

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