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The Black Bull Inn, built in the 17th Century, offers comfy beds, great food and an excellent town centre location.

A 'proper pub', the Black Bull Inn is the ideal place for people that appreciate tradition, creature comforts and value for money. Located in the centre of Wooler, the pub has managed to keep much of its original character and stands proudly in the high street in one of the most beautiful parts of Northumberland.

Pull up a bar stool and mingle with the locals, campers/caravanners and a few dogs (allowed in the bar). There's a good selection of wines and ales to satisfy your thirst, plus really good coffee if it's a bit early for you.

Food-wise, you can expect traditional pub fayre, which is served at lunchtimes and in the evenings. From deep fried Camembert to lasagne, prawn cocktail to pie and chips: you won't go away hungry.

There's also plenty of rooms to choose from if you're staying the night. All are clean, nicely decorated and come with everything you need for a pleasant evening. Plus room rates include breakfast, making the Black Bull outstanding value for money.

Finally, we hear that the Black Bull has its own private car park, which is a real bonus for a town centre pub. Once you're back in the car, why not take in the famous castles of Lindisfarne, just 12 miles away, or take a road trip to gaze over at the Farne Islands? If you're here as part of a UK tour, then Newcastle International Airport is 37 miles away.

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    The Black Bull Inn offers spotless rooms and comfy beds at very reasonable rates. There's a selection of twin, double and superior king rooms to choose from, all ensuite and equipped with complimentary WiFi, toiletries, TV, tea and coffee making facilities. You'll also get a superb breakfast, making these rooms outstanding value for money. 

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