Twice Brewed Inn

Twice Brewed Inn

Military Road, Bardon Mill, NE47 7AN


The Inn is set amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery in England and stands in the shadows of Steel Rigg, without doubt one of the most dramatic parts of Hadrian's Wall. The Twice Brewed is close to all the main Roman sites on the wall - Vindolanda, Housteads and The Roman Army Museum.

Our facilities include: 19 en-suite bedrooms, microbrewery, bar, restaurant, private function room, packed lunches, bicycle storage, drying room, family friendly, dog friendly, Wi-Fi, walkers welcome, cyclists welcome, coach parties catered for, seasonal home-cooked food served daily, beer garden, car and coach parking, wedding venue, Dark Skies, photography.

The Inn is situated on the B6318 (The Military Road) midway between Newcastle upon Tyne in the East and Carlisle in the West and is close to all the main Roman sites - Vindolanda, Housesteads and The Roman Army Museum. The Inn is on the popular Pennine Cycleway (NCN 68) and welcomes walkers with a drying room and other facilities. We are also on the Hadrians Cycleway (NCN 72) and near the Sandstone Way mountain bike route (8 miles / 13km).

We are 4 miles away from Haltwhistle train station and 15 miles away from Hexham train station

The Inn provides comfortable accommodation all with 19 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.

We provide home cooked food, locally sourced where possible and available all day in both the bar and the restaurant.  Our calendar of events sees regular special menus, offers and seasonal produce.  We also have a brand new Private Function Room available for hire so whether you're celebrating a Birthday, your retirement, graduation or anything else, The Twice Brewed is where you need to be – we are also more recently a wedding venue for those wishing to exchange their vows on the beautiful Hadrian’s Wall, contact us for further information.

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