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The Heart of Hadrian's Wall is home to some of the finest locally produced food and an excellent way to sample this is to visit one of the local Farmers' Markets held in the area.

Hadrian's Wall Farmers' Market runs on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 10.00am to 2.00pm in and around Greenhead Village Hall and Hexham Farmers' Market runs on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from 9.00am to 1.30pm in Hexham Market Square.

There are also pubs and hotels with a long history of serving wholesome and delicious meals. With vegetarian options, ales from our micro-breweries and much locally reared lamb and beef, there is food to suit all tastes and budgets.

While walking, cycling or exploring stop off at one of the many tea shops and cafes along the way filled to the brim with freshly baked cakes, scones, soups and delicacies.

Whatever you choose you'll see we are proud of our food and the service we offer. You will receive the warmest of welcomes in the Heart of Hadrian's Wall.

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Situated handily next to the Station in Corbridge, The Dyvels Inn is a small country pub, exuding charm and full of character, with a large beer garden that attracts both local residents and visitors alike. Offering a really wide menu, that caters for all allergens, including a superb gluten-free...

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With stunning views of the Tynedale Valley, The Rat Inn is nestled in the hamlet of Anick, and offers tempting menus that change daily to take advantage of the best of the local, seasonal produce that there is on offer. With quality real ales and a selection of wines,...
A Grade 11 listed hotel, pub and restaurant, The Anchor is a charming, historic building full of character and located on the banks of the Tyne offering a really lovely view whatever the weather. With a history including a role in the Roman occupations, the Jacobite...

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Set in the heart of the historic market town of Hexham, The County Hotel & Pub offers tasteful and relaxed surroundings. Designed to showcase the flavours of the fresh, local and seasonal produce, all of the menus are simple and imaginative.

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A really popular pub in Hexham, The Heart of Northumberland is a Grade 11 building that has been recently renovated to a really high standard. Offering tempting menus for any time of the day or week, with local produce a priority, as well as a huge local and international...

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A traditional country pub with a relaxed atmosphere in a stunning rural location. The name Carts Bog is believed to have come about after carts carrying minerals from the Alston Lead and Silver mines would get stuck in local bogs. High beamed ceilings and a traditional stone fireplace create...
In a riverside setting in central Haydon Bridge overlooking the river South Tyne, offering the very best aspects you would associate with a traditional English pub. Good food and good customer service.

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The Elks Head is situated on the banks of the West Allen River, just outside the picturesque village of Whitfield. The pub is owned and run by the Whitfield Estate so you’ll often find game on the menu which has been shot on the Estate. They change their menu...

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A family run public house in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall Country, named after the Samson" locomotive that travelled along the Newcastle to Carlisle Railway Line. Popular with walkers, and the menu offers traditional pub food, guest real ales, light snacks and packed lunches can be made upon request....

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The Inn is set amongst some of the most breath-taking scenery in England and stands in the shadows of Steel Rigg, without doubt one of the most dramatic parts of Hadrian’s Wall. The Twice Brewed is close to all the main Roman sites on the wall – Vindolanda, Housesteads...

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The menu is extensive many international dishes on offer and served in large portions in a Norwegian themed restaurant. You won’t be going hungry after eating at the Centre of Britain!

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The Milecastle is a local family-run establishment serving home-cooked food and fine real ales. At the Milecastle Inn, you can even relax and enjoy a drink or two in the beer garden overlooking Hadrian’s Wall.

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A welcoming, traditional, old-world pub with its original foundations in the 12th century. Showcasing a huge variety of real ales and serving delicious, home-cooked food. The menu is not extensive, but all food is cooked to order. Parties of 6+ people need to book at least 24 hours in...

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Family-run, with a friendly, relaxed and homely atmosphere, this hotel is in the perfect location near the Wall whether you're walking to the Wall, riding on the c2c Route 72, visiting Carvoran, or other important Roman sites such as Vindolanda, Housesteads and The Sill.

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A stunning coaching stable dating back to the 13th century, connected to a grade 1 Listed Castle with ancient and historic origins. The Castle Restaurant is traditional in style with wooden beams, a roaring open fire, gorgeous local produce, and a large selection of menus to choose from. ...

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With a love of English, French, and Scottish food, Gillian Brown has made Bistro 34 the perfect location to relax and enjoy delicious food. Usually the last Saturday of the month there is a band playing anything from pop, folk, 71's, 80's, 90's or swing music,...

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The Valley Restaurants offers an exciting menu, with both old authentic favourites and new dishes to tempt your palate. With a luxurious dining experience and gorgeous food, this is one not to be missed. As well as restaurants in Corbridge, Jesmond,...

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Authentic Bangladeshi cuisine prepared using a secret blend of flavours and spices from the mystical Indian sub-continent.

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With authentic Italian cuisine, served in a relaxed and friendly setting, Il Piccolo is owned and run by Sicilian-born chef Emanuele Orto and his wife Pam. With Sicilian, North African, and Norman influences, the menu is rich in local produce and heavily features olives, oranges, lemons, herbs, almonds, aubergines,...

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A family-run restaurant, Danielle's has been open since 1996. With a distinct blend of Mediterranean and British cuisine, consistency and quality are a huge selling point of the restaurant.

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The Tannery is a historical site and has been converted from a tannery that operated in the 1800’s. Used as a local pub in Hexham for over 120 years, The Tannery is a popular venue offering a tasty menu, including Sunday lunch, as well as a hidden beer garden....

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A popular Indian restaurant located at Hexham train station.
Saathi New

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Authentic Indian cooking at its very best, with traditional curries, and unique regional tastes using a combination of authentic and modern cooking techniques. Set in the heart of Hexham, Saathi use fresh seasonal ingredients, freshly ground and blended spices.

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Vercelli is a gorgeous Italian based in the heart of Hexham, which delivers classic Italian cuisine with a modern twist, using the best local produce and finest Italian provisions.

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A modern Indian/Asian boutique restaurant, offering a stylish but cosy ambiance to enjoy food with loved ones, friends and associates.

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A friendly, tasty place for well-seasoned, well prepared Greek food. The owners are very accommodating and the menu selections are a good selection. Preparation and presentation are top notch.
Bouchon New

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Winner of the Best European Restaurant honour at the North East Restaurant Awards, Bouchon Bistrot serves straightforward country style French cuisine, including daily specials in the evening.

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The restaurant enjoys superb views across the local park, has an informal ambience, and the menu changes daily. They use local produce, and a large percentage of the vegetables used are picked fresh from the chef's allotment. The food is stunning and has rave reviews.

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Walwick’s classically trained head chef uses classic ingredients from the traditional Northumbrian larder – locally-farmed beef and lamb, fresh vegetables from our own kitchen garden – and allies this rigorous sourcing to the latest international gastronomic techniques
Muckle Brewing

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Muckle Brewing is a tiny Northumbrian brewery with big values and mighty flavours. Situated close to Hadrian’s Wall, in an idyllic rural setting, Muckle Brewing is a craft brewery supplying high quality ales to the local area, in bottle and cask. We select the best grains and hops to create...
Bardon Mill Village Store and Tea Room

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Award winning Village Store and Tea Room situated in Bardon Mill selling general groceries, newspapers/magazines, local arts and crafts, household and toiletries, off licence, greeting cards, chilled drinks and ice creams, tourist information and maps, sweets and snacks, fruit and vegetables, milk eggs and dairy, bread. Toilet and baby...
Northumberland Honey Co, Meadery and Tasting Room

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Open every Saturday 11am - 2pm Meadery and Tasting Room, Haltwhistle. Visit our tasting room and meadery at Haltwhistle. See the bees working in the observation hive, learn how Northumberland Honey Co, is re-defining what mead can be! Creating the mead equivalent of Champagne. Very drinkable and...
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Bistro Bed & Breakfast Motor Home Stop Mini Cinema
The Battlesteads Hotel & Restaurant

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Head Chef Eddie Shilton sources prime local ingredients to ensure freshness and flavour, including seasonal game, Cumbrian beef and Northumbrian lamb. Fish and seafood come from North Shields Fish Quay. Look out for dishes including oak smoked duck, chicken and salmon from nearby Bywell Smokery. Vegetarian choices are...

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The Keepers Lodge overlooks the 18th green of our golf course and is the perfect 19th hole for golfers, non-golfers and day visitors. GastroPub style food is served daily until 9pm each day, winter closing times do vary.

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The Conservatory Bistro overlooks the sweeping green golf course and is the perfect place to relax with a light snack or pre-dinner drink. Enjoy outstanding food until 2145 each day. Select from our light bites, main courses or sweet treats, all prepared with the finest fresh produce. ...

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The 2 AA rosettes Library Restaurant has a combination of classic and contemporary dining in stately surroundings. Under our acclaimed Head Chef, Chris Delaney our cuisine is carefully prepared using the freshest, local ingredients and in season meat and produce.
Josephine's Restaurant and the Pavillion at Langley Castle

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Enjoy dinner in one of the best Northumberland restaurants. Josephine's Restaurant has been awarded Two AA Rosettes for its fine cuisine. Dining in a Northumberland castle is an experience to savour, not just for that special occasion. Around the side of the Castle is our new ‘Crystal Pavilion', attached...
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Alston Wholefoods

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Alston Wholefoods, in the centre of the town, is an ethical general grocer and delicatessen, which offers a wide range of local, regional, organic, fairtrade and special dietary foods. It is renowned especially for its stock of more than 40 cheeses, many of them from local producers. You are...
Birdoswald Cheese

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Traditional hand made cheese made with fresh warm milk from our small herd of Aryshire cows. The farm is certified organic with the Soil Association with high standards of animal welfare and food ethics. Conservation farm with wild flower meadows, hedges and dry stone walls supporting lots of wildlife....
The Boatside Inn

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The Boatside Inn is a welcoming and attractive country pub nestling between the river South Tyne and the wooded slopes of Warden Hill in Northumberland. All our rooms are en-suite and well equipped. Ideal location for walking, cycling (the Hadrains Wall Cycle routes passes the front door). The very...

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Hexham Farmers' Market is held on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month in Hexham Market Place, running from 9.00am to 1.30pm. All the stallholders are local producers coming from within a fifty mile radius of Hexham and offering a wide range of produce, including rare breed pork...
The Scypen Cafe

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Freshly prepared organic/fairtrade food sourced from local, organic producers and cooked on an Esse wood fired stove. Morning coffees, light lunches, afternoon teas. Evening meals must be booked. Bespoke Cheese making and cooking courses and demonstrations. Farm walks with views over the Solway, Lake District, and Hadrians Wall. Family...
Hadrian’s Wall Farmers’ Market at Greenhead

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Known as “the friendly village market”, we run on the second Sunday of every month, all year round, at the village hall in Greenhead, from 10am to 2pm. Meet the producers of delicious local foods and local craftspeople, learn new recipes and find out what’s going on in the...
Greenhead Tea Rooms

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Greenhead tea room is open daily 10am to 4pm. Situated on the B6318 in Greenhead village. The tea room is a 5 minute walk from Hadrian's Wall and Pennine Way tails. All cakes, scones, soup, biscuits, tray bakes are made on the premises....

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In the heart of the Tyne Valley, just outside Corbridge, Brocksbushes Farm draws customers from the whole of the North East of England and beyond. Located on the A69 Newcastle to Carlisle trunk road, Brocksbushes Farm has easy access and trouble free parking making it an ideal...
Off The Wall Coffee Shop

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Situated in the heart of the historic market town Brampton in Cumbria Off The Wall is a unique family run business with a difference. Stop for a light lunch, try great coffee, homemade cakes, scones or soup in our Coffee Shop while checking out artwork by local artists or...
The Red Lion

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An old coaching inn dating back to the 1190’s that has been brought into the 21st Century with all the charm of a countryside bed and breakfast. A spacious bar area to drink and unwind, with its original wood and stone work, open fires, comfortable chairs, local real ales...
Simonburn Tea Rooms

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Simonburn is a peaceful “Olde Worlde” village situated two thirds of a mile off the B6320, halfway between Hexham and Bellingham, in the beautiful countryside of the North Tyne Valley. Whilst enjoying a day out, taking a short break, bed and breakfast in Northumberland, or visiting Hadrian' Wall, you...
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