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  • From £50 per room per night

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The Black Bull is a 17th Century Coaching Inn standing in the main street of Wooler. It still retains much of its original character and has 11 bedrooms and 2 suites.

This pub is fully licensed and serves good homemade food, every lunchtime and evening, in the restaurant or in their bar areas. They have a friendly bar downstairs where you can enjoy a quiet drink in front of a real log fire or visit their games room for a relaxed evening.

This pub is a wonderful base for walking, riding, golf and fishing. Sandy beaches and the popular towns of Berwick upon Tweed and Alnwick are just half an hours drive away. They have single, double and family rooms and two suites which all have en-suite facilities. They also have a fantastic in house gym for guests to use.

Ratings

  • Visit England 4 Star Inn
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Other En-Suite 

    Rooms 1 to 11
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £50 per room per night

This pub has a fantastic mix of twin, double and family bedrooms. Each one of these 11 bedrooms come with crisp fresh towels and linen, tea and coffee making facilities and toiletries. Rooms are priced from £50 Monday to Thursday and from £60 Friday to Sunday. 

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    Langlee Suite
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £65 per room per night

Superior double room with king-size bed, en-suite with spa shower, room with recliner chair, 32in flat screen TV with built in Freeview, tea/coffee making facilities, iron/ironing board, hairdryer & radio alarm clock. This room is priced from £65 Monday to Thursday and £70 Friday to Sunday. 

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    Yeavering Suite
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £70 per room per night

Superior suite with king size 4 poster bed,en-suite with jacuzzi bath.This room has a bed settee, table & chairs, 32 in flat screen TV with built in Freeview, tea/coffee making facilities, iron/ironing board, hairdryer & radio alarm clock. This room is priced from £70 Monday to Thursday and £75 Friday to Sunday.

 

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