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On the edge of Northumberland National Park and dating back to 1671, No1 Hotel & Wine Lounge has a bar, a restaurant, bedrooms with roll-top baths and free Wi-Fi in public places. Absolutely amazing place. I believe our favourite of our whole trip. Coolest little hotel we found along on our way back to London. Breakfast portions were HUGE and we felt ashamed we weren’t able to finish it all as it was all delicious!!
The Black Bull Hotel is a 17th Century Inn standing in the main street of Wooler.It still retains much of its original character and is located in one of the most picturesque parts of Northumberland. The staff were excellent and very friendly, whilst the hotel was in an ideal location for us
Located in Wooler, 17 mi from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, The Old Court House features a bar and free WiFi. A hidden gem in Wooler. I usually stay in a local hotel, which is a bit tired. I would describe this place as more boutique accomodation-newly refurbished and good attention to detail. Breakfast is first class.
Set in Wooler, The Hemmel, Wooler offers accommodations with free WiFi and TV. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. The staff were extremely friendly and welcoming and offered us any help we needed. The rooms were clean and comfy, the breakfast huge and delicious. We had a clear night and the skies were unreal. It was a short (15min) walk back into the town.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Cheviot View offers accommodations in Wooler. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Very friendly hosts; clean; excellent water pressure in the shower. Delicious breakfast.
We went to Wooler for the flying at Milfield glider airfield. Next to the fish and chip shop is a very good sandwich shop so if you go for your walks grab a sandwich or a pastie they are of very good value.We ate at the Black Bull and No1 both are very good and again good value for money.
If you are looking for a great place to eat the Terrace Cafe is the place to go if you want a great breakfast. The food is lovely ,cooked to order the staff very friendly nothing too much trouble. The cafe is very clean and staff cleaning every time someone leaves with Covid restrictions in place. Great place to go
A small, quiet very scenic town. Nice cafes, pubs and very good Italian restaurant. Easy to walk out into very lovely countryside. Lots to do in the area, walks, not far from beaches and castles. We loved walking in the Breamish valley and College valley.
A lovely village full of charm character with lots of restaurants, pubs and takeaways and a very good Co-op. For us our stay in Wooler was spoilt by the church bells ringing on the hour every hour right through the night, not conducive to a good nights sleep.
some good pubs in the area doing quality food and drink there is a marvellous Italian restaurant , there is a very good bus service in the town (bus station) which we used to go to Berwick on tweed so dont forget YOUR bus passes
Wooler is a small market town in North, Northumberland within a rural setting, full of antique shops and quaint pubs and tea rooms. A good base for the Borders and North Sea coast for Bamburgh , Sea Houses, Warkworth, Alnwick and many more.
Absolutely amazing place. I believe our favourite of our whole trip. Coolest little hotel we found along on our way back to London. Breakfast portions were HUGE and we felt ashamed we weren’t able to finish it all as it was all delicious!!
The staff were excellent and very friendly, whilst the hotel was in an ideal location for us
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