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Me and a friend stayed here on Saturday 01.02.13. A lovely house run by lovely people. The room was really nice and felt very comfortable. The cooked breakfast was spot on and they really looked after us. It's also close enough to the town centre to walk. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Arrived in Hexham on a cycling tour. Beautiful room with a private sitting room en suite bathroom and kitchen area. Very helpful, even lending me an umbrella for the evening. Everything is immaculate and great attention to detail.June 2016.
High Reins is very nice place to stay if visiting Hexham or Hadrian's Wall. Good, spacious bed rooms, quiet location, good breakfast, helpful, friendly host. On edge of town, so good country views. A bit hard to find, so get detailed directions.
An excellent B&B, rooms were well finished and kitted out.The owners were very friendly and helpful. It's a fifteen minute walk from the centre of Hexham which is a pretty market town with good local shops.I would highly recommend booking this accommodation.
Mrs Linda L
This B&B is excellent. Peter showed us to our suite (yes Suite) sitting room bedroom kitchen & bathroom. Having spent many years living out of a suitcase from one hotel to another,High Reins knocks them into a "Cocked Hat".In the imortal words of Arni "I'll be back
Northumberland, NE46 2AT
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About High Reins
High Reins was built at the beginning of the 20th Century and is pleasantly situated on the western edge of the historic market town of Hexham. Set in a quiet residential area close to open countryside, we are within a few minutes of both Hexham and Tynedale golf courses. We have 3 single rooms 2 doubles and one twin, all with their own full en suite bathroom, colour TV and tea/coffee makers and are centrally heated.
We also offer a Self Catering Apartment for up to 4 people.
Is an interesting market town with a fine Abbey dating back to 674 AD. It is surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty and is perfectly placed as a centre for exploring the Roman wall, the many castles houses and museums of Northumberland. It is also within easy reach of the Lake District.