Holly Bush Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Greenhaugh Near Kielder
NE48 1PW

Holly Bush Inn, Greenhaugh

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The Holly Bush is an Old drovers Inn dating back more than 300 years. A proper little pub which can be found in the book of Top Northumberland Inns. A welcoming log fire and good company in the bar you will feel at home with us very quickly.

There are no TV s or slot machines no signal for mobile phones just great atmosphere and good conversation. We have a restaurant serving mainly home cooked food sourced as locally as possible a well stocked bar and real ales. There are six Four Star ensuite bedrooms - three of which can be used a twin or family rooms.

One room is on the ground floor and we also welcome pets. Proud to have been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor we take customer care very seriously and really want you to enjoy your stay with us.Secure off road parking for cycles and motor bikes and drying facilities for rainy days. We are located in the beautiful National Park (home to red squirrels) surrounded by fantastic countryside with no light pollution and very dark skies.

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