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Fairshaw Rigg
Lowgate
Hexham
Northumberland

NE46 2NW | View map
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Welcome to Fairshaw Rigg; exclusive 4 * Silver awarded Bed and Breakfast near Hadrian's Wall; Northumberland. The B&B; which is just outside Historic Hexham; has a warm and friendly atmosphere and is situated in a peaceful location surrounded by stunning countryside.Fairshaw Rigg B&B is near many places of natural beauty and historic interest. Hadrian's Wall is very close by and visitors to the exclusive Bed and Breakfast can take a trip there to see various Roman attractions. As well as the wide range of places to visit the location is also excellent for walking and cycling.The accommodation at Fairshaw Rigg B&B is of a very high standard and consists of one double bedroom. Guests can relax in this luxurious bedroom and en-suite bathroom whilst enjoying tranquility and privacy.At Fairshaw Rigg we have a small herd of black Alpacas. The Huacaya Alpacas live happily in a field close to the bed & breakfast. Any visitors will be able to see them grazing from the window.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets or children. Check-In time: 16:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00.

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