My place is close to public transport, parks, and the city centre. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, families (with kids), and big groups.
The Railway Hotel
Several centuries old, set on the River South Tyne in the heart of Haydon Bridge, The Railway has played hosted to many famous names in its time.
The Railway Hotel has now been extensively refurbished to accommodate a new bar area serving Coffee, Latte, Cappuccinos' Americanos, Various types of tea.
Local brews such as Wylam best ale and Fentimans Botanically Brewed Drinks along with the traditional Theakstons, Heineken, Strongbow, Guiness, Amoretti, Fosters Larger and John Smiths. But our favorite with the ladies seems to be the Prosecco.
A 50" flat screen TV is provided for your pleasure so if its racing or the occasional football match then we would love to look after you.
Our wood burning stove provides a warm cousey home from home setting so come along and enjoy some comforts with a pint.
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Welcome to Haydon Bridge
Set on the River South Tyne – an unbeatable mix of rural tranquility, easy access to world class heritage and the cities of Newcastle and Carlisle.
Haydon Bridge can trace its history back at least 1,000 years. It is thought that the first part of the town’s name has Saxon origins and may have meant “valley where hay is made.” The second part of the name refers to the bridge
Several centuries old, spanning the River South Tyne, the bridge is still an imposing sight. It is recorded in 1309 as the Pontem de Haydon and in 1381 as Haiden Brigg.
There is something for everyone to find and enjoy.
The perfect place to holiday in a quiet rural village location.
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