When planning my Hadrian’s Wall Walk, the thing that overwhelmed me most was booking accommodation. It was hard to tell if the hotels were near the trail (a must), so I had to check distances manually on Google Maps. I was booking last minute, so a lot of hotels were already booked. Needless to say, the process was a pain. So I wanted to write a Hadrian’s Wall accommodation guide to help you find the best places to stay along your walk and hopefully, save you the headache I went through.
There’s a wide range of accommodation along Hadrian’s Wall, from youth hostels to fancy hotels, but I strongly recommend staying in B&Bs and small hotels. I stayed almost exclusively in B&Bs, and they were cozy, atmospheric, and quintessentially English. Plus, the majority served delicious food, as well a selection of local beers and ciders (I love
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