If you’re planning to walk the entire route along Hadrian’s Wall, you’re guaranteed to need a break and a place to refuel. Here’s a roundup of some tea rooms, cafes and pubs along the way.
Wallsend Tea Room
Wallsend Guest House is located right at the western end of Hadrian’s Wall. The guest house offers 5-rooms, Wigwams (luxury camping cabins) and a campsite. Adjoining the guest house is a tea room offering a selection of sandwiches, cakes, alcohol, and of course, tea.
The Twice Brewed Inn
The Twice Brewed Inn welcomes guests to stay at their bed and breakfast or campsite. Located on the Pennine Way route and close to Steel Rigg which is known to have some of the best views of Hadrian’s Wall. They serve freshly prepared food with menus changing seasonally.
The Railway Hotel and Bistro
The Railway Hotel and Bistro overlooks Hadrian’s Wall in the Northumberland countryside and sits along the River Tyne. This 5 room bed and breakfast hotel is equipped with a restaurant and pub, specializing in seafood dishes and a seasonal menu with the finest local ingredients.
The Rat Inn
The Rat Inn is a country pub in the heart of the Tyne Valley, perfect for a stop while walking along Hadrian’s Wall. The pub is an award winner for its British cooking and locally sourced, seasonal produce. Their menu changes daily and you can opt to sit in the conservatory to enjoy the view or inside the dining room.
Deli at Number 4
Enjoy home made cakes, English cheeses, bread, Monmouth coffee and other products at Deli at Number 4, or take it on the go during your journey along Hadrian’s Wall. The shop on Beaumont Street has a small tea room serving homemade soup and light lunches.
Make a stop at Vallum, known as the foodie gateway to Hadrian’s Wall. Their tea room serves produce grown in the area. Sit outside for views of the countryside over lunch or afternoon tea. And don’t miss their award-winning ice cream and cheese made at Vallum Little Dairy, vegetables grown in the Vallum Kitchen Garden, and their breads, pastries and pies made in Vallum Bakery.
Hedley’s Riverside Coffee Shop
Hedley’s Riverside Coffee Shop is situated on the walking route of Hadrian’s Wall making it a convenient location to stop for a hot drink, homemade cakes and scones, freshly made sandwiches and paninis, or afternoon tea along the way.