Wark is pronounced to rhyme with ark. It is a small, pretty village on the North Tyne river. There are several B&Bs in the village, which serve walkers on both the Pennine Way and the Hadrian's Wall path.
Originally built as a farmstead in 1747, this four-star Inn and Restaurant features a cosy bar with open fire in the winter and a sunny conservatory within a secret walled beer-garden. Our bar has 4 cask-ales including Durham Magus, Wylam Gold Tankard and both Black Sheep Ale and Black Sheep Special and our wine list runs to over 20 varieties. Ideally situated for the Pennine Way and Hadrian's Wall Walk. Free pick up from Pennine Way - arrange the day prior to arrival.
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