- Very Good
- 11 guest reviews
"Excellent accomodation, perfect setting, close to the wall and close enough to Hayden bridge, Very considerate host, offered to take us to t..."
"We needed a comfortable place to stay with friendly, helpful people, and that's exactly what we got!..."
"Lovely family run B&B. Staff could not do enough to accommodate or help us out. Offered local advice on the area and were more than friendly..."
"Welcomed with a cup of tea by friendly staff on arrival even though we were early. Choice of evening meals limited but generous with brillia..."
"Very nice place, very good food, very quite, nice location..."
About the hotel
Three star rated Hadrian Lodge has everything you could seek from a country holiday: comfortable rooms, delicious food, spectacular views, good company and fresh air - all set against the breathtaking backdrop of Hadrian's Wall and the Northumberland National Park. Situated in upland pasture, bordered by pine forest and dry stone walls, it's an escape to a gentler pace of life. In this tranquil, rural setting on the southern tip of the Northumberland National Park, it's less than two miles from the line of the central section of Hadrian's Wall.
Following a good night's sleep in comfortable, attractive rooms, enjoy a full English or continental style breakfast providing the perfect start to the day. Many rooms feature southerly views over the nearby lakes, rolling green pasture and the hills and valleys to Cross Fell in the distance over 20 miles away, the source of both the rivers South Tyne and the Tees. Plenty of parking for guests.
Showing Saturday 28 November 2015 to Sunday 29 November 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite , Airport Shuttle
- Restaurant , Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- Pets are not allowed
82% would recommend it to a friend
Excellent accomodation, perfect setting, close to the wall and close enough to Hayden bridge, Very considerate host, offered to take us to the wall and pick us up, and also to take us into town on the night time, although we preferred to walk.
Funny little dog scruff with one tooth made you laugh and 4 sheep you can feed outside, all in all a very relaxing stay and would certainly choose again in the future.
Overpriced and run down
The lodge is a couple of miles outside the village and seems in the middle of nowhere.
We were the only people staying that night and it does seem the place is struggling.
No real chance of passing trade and rooms at £70 they are not going to fill the lodge. Breakfast was poor, stale bread and pastries. Meat and cheese looked awful, no offer of a cooked breakfast either. Room was clean though and staff helpful, eveing meal at the Anchor Pub in the village was good value. Bar closed at lodge - no suprise!