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Carraw Bed & Breakfast
Carraw Farm
Military Road
Humshaugh

Hexham
Northumberland

NE46 4DB | View map
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As featured in The Guardian, this bed and breakfast is one of the finest luxury Northumberland guest houses, situated on the foundations of Hadrian's Wall. Located on a family-run working farm, Carraw is a 4-star Silver Awarded B&B guest house. Enjoy the sublime hilltop setting overlooking the countryside of Northumberland National Park and the surrounding scenery of the North Pennines, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The B&B is ideally situated for walking the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail, cycling Hadrian's Cycleway and touring the delights of Northumberland. It is close to all the major heritage attractions along Hadrian's Wall including: the Roman Forts at Chesters, Housesteads and Vindolanda.

Carraw Bed and Breakfast, awarded 4-Star Silver by Visit Britain for outstanding service and quality is one of the top B&Bs in the area, offering high quality bed and breakfast accommodation and short breaks. The accommodation consists of 4 south facing first floor en-suite letting rooms, offering a range of twin or double options If you are looking for a relaxing or active break at any time of the year in England's Border Country, Carraw B&B is ideally situated to meet your needs. Staff will make you very welcome and ensure your stay is memorable.

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