Advantages Clean, comfortable and a good breakfast.
|Value for Money|
Located in Greta Bridge which is a couple of minutes drive from the A66, 9 miles west of Scotch Corner. Greta Bridge is a really pretty small village near to Barnard Castle it is also close to the Tees Valley and Yorkshire Dales.
We had booked a silver room but on checking in we where upgraded to a gold room our room was called Bridget. It was a large room with a very comfy Queen sized sleigh bed, flat screen T.V attached to wall, large dressing type table under T.V with menus and places to visit also a complimentary bottle of water, chaise lounge settee upholstered in pale green, 2 easy chairs also upholstered in pale green, a table and a wardrobe which contained ironing board and iron and extra bedding. Decorated in light green and cream throughout. Blackout blind to front of room in green, silver and cream with large flowers on. Cushions and accessories all matched this. The bed was very comfortable and the room was very quiet and although there where other guests staying in the hotel we did not hear them and had a sound nights sleep.Our room was at the back of the hotel and had three large windows with a lovely view looking out on to the garden.
Tray with kettle, Moritt Arms mugs, selection of teas, coffees,hot chocolate, milk in small cartons and packets of biscuits (2 pack) supplies of these where replenished daily.
Rooms and bathrooms are cleaned and made up daily.
Fresh fruit salad
I booked by phone after checking out the Morritt Arms homepage which is:
http://www.themorritt.co.uk/ and finding they had a deal which had to be booked by phone which was £100 for a nights bed and breakfast with a £40 allowance towards your evening meal.
For starters hubby had chef's home-made soup of the day which was creamy vegetable in and came with a bread roll. I had watercress & cotherstone tart with Yorkshire asparagus and new potato salad. I love asparagus so really enjoyed this starter, the tart was very delicately flavoured and light it melted in your mouth and the potato salad went really well with this starter.
Our waiter for the evening meal and breakfast the next morning was called Phil he was excellent, he was friendly, polite, efficient and even suggested a trip to a nearby waterfall High Force which was on our route for the next day and turned out to be spectacular and well worth a visit.
A great place to stay if you are in the area.
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