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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 rated 4 Star with Visit England.

Family En Suite, Sleeps up to 4 – £100 per night

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 – £85.00 per night (£67.50 Single Occupancy)

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 – £85.00 per night (£67.50 Single Occupancy)

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.

Cathy1112m

“We dropped in on the Twice Brewed pub after visiting Housesteads Fort. We were pleasantly surprised by the lunchtime menu, we had roast meat sandwiches – pork, beef, gammon and lamb served on either white or brown but with a difference – lovely seeded rolls. Sandwiches also came with a little jug of gravy and a bowl of salad. We indulged and shared a couple of bowls of chips. Beer was very tasty and welcome after hiking around the fort.”

TripAdvisor – visited in January 2018

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Nikki M

We booked to come here for our Sunday lunch as we heard it was good. We weren’t disappointed. I had turkey which was lovely with home made cranberry sauce. 2 of the party had beef, and 2 had turkey but there was pork also on the menu. The sticky toffee pudding was also delicious. The views from the restaurant was good overlooking the garden which looks like a lovely place to visit in the summer. There was plenty of space between other tables so your not sitting close to other customers. The restaurant is tastefully decorated. We will be back for a tasty lunch!”

TripAdvisor – visited in February 2018

Nikki M
bradders2572

“Been here twice now. Both times have served to create excellent memories. the first time, I stayed here after a long day of walking, and it was clean, comfortable and well presented. It provided an ideal mid-way point on Hadrian’s wall. We restored our energy from resting up here as well as eating some of the excellent food on offer.
The service is also excellent, and the staff make sure you are well accommodated for.”

TripAdvisor – visited in December 2017

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UlverstonJanet

“We met friends here for coffee then lunch and we were all very impressed. It was quiet in the morning when we had coffee, the staff were very welcoming. We then visited the Sill and returned later for lunch. It was busier then but the welcome was equally good. The food was delicious. By 3p.m. The pub was extremely busy with walkers and other diners. It was a great place to eat.”

TripAdvisor – visited in November 2017

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