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Pubs

Many of the Pubs in the Heart of Hadrian's Wall area serve traditional English food, as well as food with a twist!, using local seasonal ingredients. You can sample real ale with your meal, or choose from the selection of excellent wines. Several pubs have panoramic views of beautiful surrounding countryside and some have sunny conservatories or facilities for dining 'al fresco' on warmer days.

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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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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....
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...
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...
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