Carraw Bed & Breakfast Review

Carraw Bed & Breakfast Review
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  • Rated 4*G stars
£2000 to £2000
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Carraw Bed & Breakfast Review

Carraw Farm Military Road

Hexham

NE46 4DB

Carraw Bed & Breakfast

Hotel Description

Carraw Bed & Breakfast Review – Kevin and Leah Vigars would love to welcome you to Carraw Bed and Breakfast a luxury Four Star Gold Awarded Bed and Breakfast guest house located in picturesque Northumberland. Carraw Bed and Breakfast is one of the finest luxury Northumberland guest houses situated on the foundations of Hadrian s Wall with a sublime hilltop setting overlooking the countryside of Northumberland National Park and the surrounding scenery of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gold Winners in the North East Tourism Awards 2016 and awarded 4 Star Gold by Visit Britain for outstanding service and quality Carraw offers superior Bed and Breakfast accommodation for long and short breaks in Northumberland National Park and Hadrian s Wall. Carraw Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for walking the Hadrian s Wall Path National Trail cycling Hadrian s Cycleway or simply touring and experiencing the delights of Northumberland. We are close to all the major heritage attractions along Hadrian s Wall including the Roman Forts at Chesters Housesteads and Vindolanda. If you are looking for a relaxing or active break at any time of the year in United Kingdom s Border Country Carraw Bed & Breakfast is ideally situated to meet your needs. We will make you very welcome and ensure your stay is memorable.

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Hotel Star Rating

4*G

Hotel Accreditor

Self-Accredited

Cancelation Policy

Facilities

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wake Up Call Available;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar;Video/DVD Library

Check-in Time:

16:00

Check-out Time:

10:00

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Directions

Newcastle/Gateshead – Road: At junction of A1 / A69 follow the A69 (towards Hexham/Carlisle) Turn right onto the A6079 (towards Acomb Bellingham & Rothbury) Continue on A6079 for approximately 3 miles At crossroads with B6318 turn left (to Chollerford) Cross the River Tyne at Chollerford At roundabout take the 1st exit onto the Military Road B6318 (towards Carlisle) Carraw Bed and Breakfast is located on the left hand side after approx 4 miles just past the Temple of Mithras (Brocolitia) on your left br/ br/ Carlisle – Road: From the M6 (Junction 43) follow the A69 (signposted Hexham Newcastle). After approximately 16 miles turn left onto the B630 (signposted Greenhead). Turn right onto the Military Road – B6318. Continue on the B6318 for approximately 13 miles. Carraw Bed and Breakfast is located on the right hand side (approximately 4 miles after Housesteads Roman Fort). br/ br/ Newcastle or Carlisle – Bus: There is an excellent tourist bus service (the AD122) in high season running between Newcastle and Carlisle stopping at visitor attractions towns and villages along the way. Alight at the Roman Site The Temple of Mithras (Brocolitia) on the Military Road (B6318) Carraw Bed and Breakfast is a short walk away. A limited service may run in the winter. Further details can be obtained from Traveline North East and Cumbria on 0870 608 2 608. br/ br/ Hexham – Train: The nearest stations are at Hexham (10 miles away) and Haydon Bridge (7 miles away). Northern Rail serves both. For details of fares and times contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.

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Fax  44700800

Prices From £99 TO £120

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Pros

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wake Up Call Available;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar;Video/DVD Library

Cons

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