Nether Abbey Hotel
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNether Abbey Hotel North Berwick
Colin and staff are exceptional. We had arrived late at night - about 9pm - and all four in our group were starving. The staff assured us that it was no problem to prepare dinner and we were treated to a fantastic meal. Many thanks! Next we gathered our keys and entered our rooms for the next few nights. Wow! Very spacious rooms with fantastic views and comfortable bedding. Before retiring for the evening Colin asked of our plans for the following day and made sure that we had breakfast ready in the morning and discussed golf courses in the area.. Outstanding service, fantastic rooms and wonderful pub. Highly recommend this hotel!
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