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

Work in progress

736dennisl, North Shields, United Kingdom
We called in at the hotel for Sunday lunch ( four adults, three children ). Our first impressions were positive seeing a much needed refurbishment in progress. Altogether more welcoming. The menus didn't offer too much of a choice but we did order a variety of dishes. The roast beef dishes were good although we were surprised to hear that the small dish of vegetables was to be shared between the four adults. We made a mistake of ordering the sea bass from a secondary menu. The mistake was that it was under starters. This became clear when the dish was served. Although the mistake was ours, a more experienced waitress would have alerted us to this when all the other dishes were main courses. The inexperience of the front of house staff was plain to see. Little was offered by way of description of the different meal choices. They were also surprised when our 2 glasses of real ale were returned as being unfit to drink. Their replacements were little better. Clearly more attention needs to be paid to the keeping of real ale. On a more positive note, although the staff were clearly inexperienced they were pleasant and otherwise efficient. In summary the meals could have been better and the ales most certainly should have been but if the new proprietors want to make the most of a refurbishment more attention needs to be paid to the quality of service in the meantime and more support needs to be given to the young inexperienced staff. It will be a while before we return but look forward to seeing improvements if/when we do.

Under new ownership

Mike S, Northumberland, United Kingdom
I was delighted when this hotel came under new owners, especially people who have other local pubs in the area. It had been closed during the winter for a start to be made on refurbishment after years of what can only be described as neglect. I met a colleague here for a light lunch one weekday and expectations were high given that it was obvious much more appeared to have been done to the main downstairs rooms. The public bar looked great and had a good number of people in it. The lounge bar area has not changed much, some new local artists paintings (which are for sale), the walls have been patient and some new curtains put up, but furnishings and carpets have yet to be changed. The optics and shelving behind the counter of the bar have been removed making the bar look bare and uninviting. The fire was lit but it didn't feel warm. We each had a long roll filled with nice beef, gravy and chips. It was plain and simple, two pints of lemonade and lime, followed by two coffees, £20. It came quickly and staff were pleasant. The men's toilet is closed downstairs and we were directed to the first floor. The toilet does not have a wash hand basin and users have to go next door into a bathroom for a basin. Clearly much work is still needed downstairs and I was told that considerable work is still needed to the letting bedrooms. So, this is work in progress and hopefully a return visit in a year's time will result in a much higher ranking. I look forward to that.

Wish we'd gone elsewhere

Review186394, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Having visited and enjoyed many a meal at the Hadrian we chose to take friends their visiting from Scotland. Big mistake. The menu had changed and didn't seem to offer same choice. We ordered and while the portions seemed smaller than I remembered food looked ok. Well it wasn't! Mashed potatoes accompanying steak pie were cold so back it went. Vegetables went back as carrots and broccoli cold. Beans were ok. Thick cut chips with other meals were hard as could have done with more cooking or not cut quite as thick. Staff were apologetic but we were pleased to leave and sadly won't be back. To top it all there was no top on the beer. It was flat! I understand now under new management but unfortunately You don't get a second chance to make a first impression.

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

The Hadrian Hotel replied: Dear golfking50, Thank you so much for visiting us on impulse and for leaving such a great review - works are still underway so we hope you get the chance to visit again, glad you enjoyed this trip! Best wishes, All at The Hadrian

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.

The Hadrian Hotel replied: Dear tonikg, Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a great review - having recently taken over The Hadrian we are working hard to get everything right. Apologies for your disturbance, we will make people aware of the "Brit-Stop" idea. Hope to see you again, Best wishes, From all at The Hadrian



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