Tankerville Arms Hotel Wooler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTankerville Arms Hotel Wooler
The Tankerville Arms was OK, nothing more.
The welcome wasn't the best we have had, and the whole place just needs updating a bit really. A cracking nights sleep and a reasonable (no better) breakfast.
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An uneventful run down the A9 from Inverness to Perth, then through 'Insect Alley' south of Perth. I have never been so covered in dead flies in my life! Over the Forth Road Bridge, which is always impressive and round the edge of Edinburgh, then out into the nice countryside of the Borders and into Wooler via Coldstream, arriving at 4.30pm. Had a …
... of 2kg in weight. Therein lay the problem, it was impossible to fill the box and keep it under 2kg. Our two Lonely Planet guides weighed 1.7kg alone and the box 300 grams, so that didn't work. In the end we managed to pack a couple of beer glasses, a tapestry, a small book and lots of plastic air bubbles.
The rest of our stuff managed to squeeze into our bags and stay within our weight limits... ...
... here there was scaffolding all around it. We didn't bother paying to go in, just took a photo through the fence like so many other tourists.
David had been complaining about his hair getting really long and decided to get it cut even though we were going to the cold of the Arctic Circle, it might have helped keep his head warm.
A homemade Christmas dinner was being prepared ...
... our main reason for going. The cinema is a bit dated compared to what we're used to in Auckland so the sound and visual quality wasn't the best. Perhaps it was the way the latest Hobbit 3D was filmed, but it's doubtful.The movie itself was slightly boring in the beginning, but it soon picked up. On the whole the movie was well made and very good visually, we also loved the dwarves with their Scottish accents.
Our driver for the week, David's dad, picked us up after ...
... ground. We were then given a 'guided tour' of the city from where we sat, with the landmarks being pointed out as we circled around.
After the show was over, we worked our way down through the four floors of interactive fun and illusions using light and mirrors, playing around like kids. Amongst others there was a mirror maze, morphing face machine and a skeleton that copied your movements.
The one that messed with your ...