The Hadrian Hotel

Front Street
NE46 4EE

01434 681232

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The Hadrian is situated close to Hadrian's Wall and the town of Hexham, just off the A69, between Carlisle and Hexham. The Hadrian dates back to the 19thC and is situated in the conservation area of Wall village. Meals are available all day, 7 days a week.

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Room information for The Hadrian Hotel

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double ensuite room
(Double en-suite room)
2 2
B&B per room per night
Twin ensuite room
(Twin en-suite room)
2 2
B&B per room per night
(£60.00 single occupancy)
Twin ensuite room
(Twin with shared bathroom)
2 2
B&B per room per night
(£50.00 single occupancy)
Total capacity: 12

Child / family friendly at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Child / family friendly
Car parking available at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Car parking available
Licenced premises at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Licenced premises
Special diets catered for at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Special diets catered for
Credit / debit cards accepted at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Credit / debit cards accepted
TV available at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Television
Four poster beds at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Four poster beds
Tea / coffee facilities at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Tea / Coffee facilities
Guest garden at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Garden for guest use
Laundry / washing facilities at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Washing machine / Laundry
Dogs / pets allowed at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Dogs / pets allowed
Log fire / Open fireplace at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Log fire / Open fireplace
Cycle friendly at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Cycle friendly
Walker friendly at The Hadrian Hotel Inn Accommodation Walker friendly
Sleep quality
Sleep quality

Canny on the whole..

golfking50, stockton
Stopped over on impulse on a day out for a drive. Had previously stayed a few years ago and thought we'd give it another go. Slightly different experience from our last visit but still enjoyable. We stayed in room 3 which was spacious with a great view across the vale. . As with a few places we have stayed recently meal prices appear to have crept up especially starters, you don't seem to get soup of the day for less than a fiver or anything else for less than seven pound. Our evening meal was really enjoyable though, and washed down with a couple of pints of local ale. Plans are in place apparently to open a micro brewery to provide ales to the hotel. There is a refurb ongoing at present and there are still a few things to be done. noisy loo in Rm.3 for example, but it is still a worthwhile place to stay, especially for walkers, and I'm sure Andy and his team will offer you a warm welcome. Hope to vist again in the future to see the outcome of their endeavours

Motorhome Visit for Sunday lunch

tonikg, Dronfield
We called here on a Sunday, as this is a 'Brit Stop' pub. Telephoned in advance to make sure that there was room to park up. We had full Sunday lunch which was excellent. The food was well cooked and plentiful. The staff were helpful and friendly. Total cost was £33.00 for two persons including drinks and tip. Would recommend. The hotel looks to be in the process of being renovated. What has been completed is very good The only downside was that we were disturbed by someone wanting to know why we were parking in a private car park. Clearly they were not aware of the 'Brit Stop' idea.

Sunday Lunch

YolandaBage, Cramlington, United Kingdom
The roast meat we had today was beef and pork. Both tender, which for me is the biggest obstacle! It came with 2 Yorkshire puddings and a nice selection of vegetables. Extra gravy was also available.The service is alway friendly. The food at the Hadrian has always been good. The menu has changed since I saw it last year. There used to be a nice home made pork pie with chutney, cheese and salad which I thought was a nice change from cooked dishes. I think the prices have gone up too. I did notice that they are refurbishing the place, which is over due. I understand that there is a new owner who is obviously trying to undertake a huge job, with the refurbishing and decorating. I hope the toilets which are fine will also been replaced and modernised as they have been the same for a long time. I wish them good luck and look forward to seeing the new Hadrian.

The Hadrian Hotel replied: Dear YolandaBage, Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a review of The Hadrian, it is always good to hear people have enjoyed their visit to us. We have noted your point about the pie and shall see what we can add for our Summer menu and yes, you will be pleased to know the new loos are being installed imminently! We do hope to welcome you again, Best wishes from The Hadrian

Saturday night away

Kate F, Sunderland, United Kingdom
We planned this visit with the dog, we weren't expecting the best hotel to be honest. The night before we received an email saying that they were undergoing work, there was a 48hour cancellation policy, so we wouldn't have been able to cancel anyway. We drove up on the morning, went for a walk on hadrians wall so we're a little muddy. She showed us to our room which was clean and quite big. she said the dog wasn't allowed on the bed, which was fair enough. She advised us we couldn't sit in the restaurant with the dog only the bar area, and that they weren't serving food until 6pm. She asked us if we wanted a table reserving so I said yeah for 6pm. We got changed and chilled in our room before going down stairs for about 6pm. we asked where we were able to sit and she said up in the bar. There was one table, we ordered a drink and opened a tab as there was no where to go around, so just stayed there. In the bath there was no fire it was freezing cold. We had walked through a different bar area that had candles on the table and a big roaring fire. So I asked if we could sit in there. She checked and we were able to. This was much better, we are our food which was lovely. We both got steak and chips. I woke early in the morning and decided to take the dog out for a walk about 7.30am. I went downstairs and the front door was locked. I looked about for another door out and set an alarm off. The dog got a shock and so did I? we hung around for a moment and no one came. I went upstairs to see my fiance. I told him I think we are by ourselves locked in. We have never stayed in a hotel where we have been locked in and alone. What if there was a fire or an accident? I looked in the book to see if there was any phone numbers or anything and there wasn't. Eventually the alarm finally stopped ringing. So I went downstairs. The chef was there, I explained and said sorry for setting the alarm off. She said it was ok. I explained I couldn't get out and she said did you not use your room key? I said no why? she told me it opened the front door. Nobody had explained this and giving the fact I have a dog that needs to go outside for the toilet should have been a major point explained when I checked in. I might also add she had to come down on her day off which was very kind. I seen her leaving as I was on my way back and she explained that someone was there now. When I got back in the hotel no one was to be seen so I went straight up to my room. When we went down for breakfast, we took the dog round the block again and then went back in. The girl who checked us in said she was sorry, which was nice of her but that's a basic necessity that she should have made us aware off. What would have happened if there was a fire, or an accident and we needed to get out. She looked very stressed out because the chef was late because he had an accident so our breakfast was delayed but that wasn't a problem. I don't think we would stay here again, however once the renovation has been completed and some staff training on what should be advised to guests when they stay. This should be a lovely hotel. We spoke to at least 4 staff whilst we stayed there and they all knew we had our dog with us and none of them mentioned that we would be locked in overnight. Thanks Kate

The Hadrian Hotel replied: Dear Kate F, Please do accept our apologies, this is not good enough. We have recently taken on the pub and as such, we do have some teething problems and thank you for bringing this to our attention - we shall do better and again, please accept our apologies. Best wishes, The Hadrian

Lovely Sunday lunch

mpjbells, Macclesfield, United Kingdom
With new chef and owners we tried Sunday lunch. Great food, big dish of fresh veg and excellent value roast beef. Also great cheslese soufflé. Defo worth a visit. Not posh but getting better. Thanks very much.

The Hadrian Hotel replied: Dear mpjbells, Many thanks for taking the time to leave a review of The Hadrian, we're glad to hear you enjoyed your Sunday lunch - lots of work going on at the pub so we hope you'll come and see the progress some time soon! Best wishes from The Hadrian



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