Country pub and accommodation in Northumberland. Located in West Woodburn, a delightful 18th century coaching inn built in mellowed sandstone, nestling by a stone bridge over the River Rede in the Cheviot Hills.
Handicapped people welcome6 Bed and Breakfast
- View : Country side, farmland, forest, river, village, nightlights
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Historical, Rural
- Bike/mountain bike hire at 5km
- Pets friendly
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Our cosy Bar preserves all the best features of a traditional coaching inn, and we offer a wide selection of beers and ales as well as fine wines, soft drinks and spirits. The comfy bedrooms are all en-suite with Wi-Fi and individually decorated in a charming country style. Guests will love our hearty home-cooked breakfast. Delicious food is offered all day, our menu is carefully prepared from the best locally-sourced produce. Visitors are welcome to choose a tasty snack or to dine in style in our intimate restaurant. Our Sunday Hog Roast and carvery is legendary throughout the area. The Inn’s picturesque garden stretches down to the river. We have ample free parking and we welcome dogs.
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The inn sits by the River Rede in the quiet Northumberland village of West Woodburn. The Rede Valley and its surrounding area is known for its peace, tranquility and wide open spaces. Northumberland is England's most sparsely populated county, lying at the juncture of the Cheviot and Pennine Hills. Redesdale is ideal for outdoor pursuits, including many walks directly from The inn. We're also well located for cycle routes, horseriding and for ramblers. The area around West Woodburn has great natural beauty and history of much of the county’s turbulent past. Legend has it that at the Battle of Otterburn, 1388, the fallen dead of the Percy and Douglas armies stained the waters of our river red (or ‘rede’) with their blood giving the River Rede its name. The Border Reivers (raiders) are remembered in surviving ‘bastles’ (fortified farmhouses). Reminders of Roman occupation are preserved along Hadrian’s Wall (we have our own Roman milestone at The inn). The Inn is conveniently located for Northumberland's castles, such as Alnwick, and country houses, such as Cragside, Wallington Hall and Belsay. Scotland's border towns are 20 miles away. We have the largest man-made lake and forest in Europe at Kielder, ideal for fishing, boating, watersports such as swimming and ski-ing, and there is the Bird of Prey Centre. Kielder boasts the clearest skies for star-gazing in England.
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The inn stands on the A68 route Darlington to Edinburgh, within easy reach of the industrial and commercial centres of the North East. We are 4 miles from Otterburn, 19 miles from Kielder, 20 miles from Corbridge and just 24 miles from Newcastle Airport. For ramblers, cyclists, horse riders and leisure travellers alike we are in a perfect situation to enjoy the beautiful Cheviot Hill countryside.