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Ryecroft Hotel
28 Ryecroft Way
Wooler
Northumberland

NE71 6AB | View map

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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.

The convenient location makes the Ryecroft Hotel a great base for walkers or for those exploring the region for leisure. With just 9 rooms, the hotel offers friendly, attentive, personalised service, a warm welcome and a relaxed, informal atmosphere. All of the individually furnished rooms are en suite and equipped with colour TVs, hairdryers, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities.
The hotel is renowned for its excellent home-cooked food and wide range of fine ales. The restaurant and bar are popular with locals and guests alike, offering visitors an authentic taste of rural Northumberland. Enjoy a drink or a meal in the cosy bar, with its real log fire, or in the light, airy conservatory, with beautiful views of the hills all around.

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