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Chillingham Castle Tearoom

Chillingham Castle Tearoom

Tearoom on The Sandstone Way offering a selection of home cooked foods and soup along with sandwiches and refreshments, in the medieval setting of the Minstrels’ Hall with its large and comforting log fire. Opening times: 12 Noon - 5pm every day (closed Saturdays)
Doddington Dairy Milk Bar

Doddington Dairy Milk Bar

Situated on the Sandstone Way, as you go through Wooler,and close to the Pennine Cycleway. The Milk Bar is open for ice creams, milkshakes, great coffee, hot/cold drinks and light bites to either eat in or takeaway. Plenty of space to park your bike and a good toilet stop! Our friendly staff will happily fill your water bottle. Open 10-5 (closed Tuesdays).
Lindisfarne Inn

Lindisfarne Inn

Brand new cycle-friendly facilities await at the three star Lindisfarne Inn. Slap bang on The Sandstone Way and Coast & Castles cycle route, The Lindisfarne Inn is ideal for cyclists wanting to make a headstart on the trail – we are a short ride along country lanes from Berwick upon Tweed if you’re arriving by train and want to refresh, fuel up and get away the next day. A true 'First & Last' on both cycle routes!
The Red Lion Inn

The Red Lion Inn

The Red Lion is an old coaching inn dating back to the 1190’s that’s been brought back into the 21st Century with all the charm of a country-side Bed & Breakfast. We are on The Sandstone Way and Hadrians Cycleway (NCN) with Hexham only around 6 miles (10km) away!
Tomlinson's Cafe and Bunkhouse

Tomlinson's Cafe and Bunkhouse

Cafe, Bunkhouse, Bike Hire and more in Rothbury! Perfectly located on The Sandstone Way and close the The Pennine Cycleway we are a great base for cycling.
Twice Brewed Inn

Twice Brewed Inn

The Inn is set amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery in England and stands in the shadows of Steel Rigg, without doubt one of the most dramatic parts of Hadrian's Wall. The Twice Brewed is close to all the main Roman sites on the wall - Vindolanda, Housteads and The Roman Army Museum.

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