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Bed & Breakfast

Enjoy a great nights sleep followed by an even better breakfast!

Bed & Breakfast in Scenic Northumberland

Enjoy a night of comfortable accommodation in one of our rooms.

Family En Suite, Sleeps up to 4

Located on the south side of the inn, this bed and breakfast accommodation has a stunning view of the Northumberland valley below. The king sized double bed can be split into a twin should needs require, or a sofa bed can can be equipped on request. The bathroom consists of a bath, with a shower.

As with all our premium bed and breakfast accommodation, the room comes equipped with a Digital TV with built-in DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities.

Please note, the additional sofa bed is only suitable for children.

Double En Suite

All our double en suite bed and breakfast accommodation are on the first floor with views across the Northumberland valley.

The room has the following facilities coffee and tea making facilities, flat screen tv with cd/dvd players, en-suite shower room with guest towels and a selection of toiletries.

Twin En Suite

All our twin en  suite bed and breakfast accommodation are on the first floor with views across the Northumberland valley.

The room has two single beds, flat screen tv cd/dvd player, tea and coffee making facilites, guest towels and a selection of toiletries.

A Warm Welcome to Weary Walkers

The inn is located on the popular Pennine Way route as it follows Hadrians Wall between Greenhead and Wark. Were also on the Hadrians Cycleway (Route 72) and near the Sandstone Way cycle route which passes through Newbrough (where the Red Lion Hotel may also provide accommodation). We can offer a drying room and other facilities such as secure bike storage.

What Our Guests Think

Here’s a few comments from our many happy guests.

Anselm

Ideally placed for walking Hadrian’s Wall, this charming (charming? SENSATIONAL more like) Inn is very well appointed very clean and oh so comfortable- with BATH and shower – the former IDEAL for weary limbs after a day’s walk.  The food was a REVELATION – well cooked fish that almost fell apart on the touch, plentiful crunchy vegetables great sweets and so reasonably priced. A serious criticism however; too far from Manchester to justify a trip for lunch.  Maybe I’ll have to stay overnight….

June 2016

AnselmManchester
Najnesoog

We stopped at Twice Brewed Inn at the end of a long days travelling along Hadrian’s Wall. The staff were welcoming and, despite it being busy and not having a reservation, quickly found us a table. The menu is excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed our meal and drinks. A highly recommended stop if you’re in the centre section of Hadrian’s Wall.

May 2016

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I Leader

We were in cold Northumberland for Vindolanda and naturally had to stop for a pint at the Inn. The pint turned into lunch, and it was excellent. The place has changed a bit since we stayed overnight during a Hadrian’s Wall hike in 2014, but it hasn’t lost its quirky charm and warmth.

December 2016

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Kelli F

We stayed at the Twice Brewed last night and it was a delight. The service was exceptionally good; staff genuinely made an effort to look after you and made our children feel very welcome. The bar food was fantastic and the breakfast very good too. Roaring fires and decent beers and wine list. Bedrooms felt newly refurbished, small but with everything you need. And perfectly located for the main sites of Hadrian’s Wall. We will be returning in the summer as the snow flurries today cut our exploring short!

February 2017

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