Wooler

Wooler is a small and ancient market town near which the Battle of Homildon Hill took place in 1402, at the centre of a starburst of roads reaching into the Cheviots, over the border, and to the coast at Bamburgh... Read More

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Red Lion Inn

Red Lion Inn
The Red Lion Hotel is one of the oldest public houses on Wooler high street, the core dating back to 1671. It is now a family run pub offering recently refurbished accommodation. A warm welcome ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Hotel

Black Bull Hotel
The Black Bull Hotel is a Visit Britain 2 Star Rated traditional coaching inn located on the main street of Wooler; close to the market town of Alnwick within Northumberland.Well situated for exploring the numerous ... More | visit website
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Percy Arms

Percy Arms
In the heart of Northumberland, The Percy Arms is the ideal place to stay for the visitor who is looking for a relaxing break in the country. Within close proximity to some fantastic places, including, ... More | visit website
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Tankerville Arms Hotel

Tankerville Arms Hotel

Our privately owned, professionally run hotel has been a favourite destination for travellers to Northumbria since the 17th Century, and today offers comfort and modern facilities within the traditional setting of a fine country hotel. ... More | Double Room: £50 | visit website

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Ryecroft Hotel

Ryecroft Hotel

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This charming, traditional family-run hotel is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of Northumberland, in the small town of Wooler, known as the Gateway to the Cheviot Hills.

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