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Spokes Kitchen

Spokes Kitchen

Spokes Kitchen is a family owned cafe, located in Corbridge. We welcome Cyclists on their travels, as well being children and dog friendly. Homemade cakes & scones, hot, cold & alcoholic drinks as well as a full food menu.
The Bridge - Haydon Bridge

The Bridge - Haydon Bridge

A Community and Visitor Information Point providing information about tourist attractions and tourist accommodation in Northumberland
The Cheviot

The Cheviot

The Cheviot is an 18th century coaching inn which is gathering a great reputation for its fresh local food, friendly service and great atmosphere. Located in the township of Bellingham, Northumberland this rural idyll is nestled deep within the North Tyne Valley in England’s border county. We are located on both the Sandstone Way mountain bike route Reivers cycle route (NCN 10)and the Pennine Cycleway (NCN 68) Bar, Accommodation, Restaurant and Take Away
The Haydon Hundred

The Haydon Hundred

The Haydon Hundred is a brand new cyclo–sportive running in the South Tyne Valley in South West Northumberland. The 3 routes include a 100km main route with several unique features making it a “must-do” event for any serious cyclist. There is also a 60km route, tough enough in its own right, and a family oriented 20km fun ride.
The Pennine Cycleway North (NCN Route 68)

The Pennine Cycleway North (NCN Route 68)

Still a relativley undiscovered classic route through the centre of Northern England
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!
The Sandstone Way

The Sandstone Way

The Sandstone Way is a new 120 mile / 193 km mountain bike route in Northumberland between Berwick upon Tweed and Hexham along a sandstone ridge in North Northumberland and linking numerous sandstone features, crags and outcrops. It heads into the unexplored interior of Northumberland and the National Park, before finishing in style on the banks of the River Tyne at Hexham.
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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