THE CHIC ROSEBERY HOTEL

So...here we are...it is the evening before Mum's Big move! I feel so very tired as it has been a week of frantic sorting and clearing! sorting out the garage, kitchen and understairs cupboards taking rubbish to the dump and more unwanted things to the Charity Shop!...It's been a long haul! and it has taken it's toll on me!




 This week I developed a nasty cold sore on my bottom lip...I feel totally ill with it, but the show must go on and tomorrow the lads arrive at 8.30 sharp, I still have a few things to do in the morning, but the lads packed most of Mum's stuff today, which was just as well because I definitely wasn't up for the job and was quite happy to sit back and let them do it all.  

So we have been thinking when the move is all over and Mum is settled and all of the building work is finished at our house, we might just take a break away from it all to refresh the 'cogs' so to speak!...
A long weekend away will be nice!
So I was googling the net as you do...hotels when I came across THIS wonderful Hotel called The Rosebery...well what a scrummy Hotel this is indeedy! just look at the rooms...they are 2die4! and so FABULOUS in style...The Hotel is based in Jesmond which I believe to be in Newcastle...now I have never been to that neck of the woods...but I can easily be persuaded! If it we was to stay here...

All the pictures in this post are from this Beautiful Hotel...

They are pet friendly too, so if we wanted to take Bella with us that wouldn't be a problem...they also have 2 ground floor suites which will suit many a disabled visitor...(although there is two steps up to the Hotel itself)...which shouldn't be a problem once I get us some bendy door thresholds especially for getting around these kind of problems!

The decor in this hotel is a breath of fresh air and I felt I just had to share it with you all...Now I have seen my fair share of boutique hotels in the past...but this one definitely has that more homely personal touch, the kind you can only get when it is owned by a family and not a chain.  Just by looking at the pictures you will see how eclectic it is and I am sure you will agree with me, that those little extra, home from home touches, is what makes a holiday so special...

What have you been up to lately?
Have you stayed in a lovely hotel and wish to share your experience?


Please do leave a comment below if you fancy and tell me all about it...I'd love that!
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