This village takes its name from the famous monument left here by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, who has also given his name to the village pub. Travellers following the A6079 through Wall on their way to its famous namesake are unable to see its picturesque village green surrounded by quaint houses. Weary Wall walkers, however, are permitted to camp overnight on its northernmost extremity. Most of the Wall has disappeared in this area, but nearby Brunton Turret is a well-preserved stretch. Also nearby on Fallowfield Fell are quarries where stone was taken for the Wall, and where a famous rock inscribed by a soldier of the time was discovered.
The Hadrian Hotel can be found amongst the rolling hills of the Tyne Valley, Northumberland, where Hadrian's Wall crosses the River Tyne near the ancient market town of Hexham. The hotel is situated in the village of Wall on the A6079, 5 miles north of Hexham and the A69. It is within 20 miles of all of the main Roman sites - Vindolanda, Housesteads and the Roman Army Museum, and is 30 miles from Kielder Forest and 7 miles from Corbridge The Hotel provides comfortable accommodation, all with en-suite facilities. Relax in our bar in front of a roaring fire where you can enjoy real ales, beers from around the world, an international wine selection and a rather more locally themed menu showcasing the very best of local produce. Other facilities on offer include; accommodation, beer garden, coach and car parking, cycle storage and we do of course, welcome dogs.
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