Angel Inn

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Angel Inn Front Street

Angel Inn, Alston

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Accommodation Description:

The Angel Inn is a traditional country pub and Bed & Breakfast with a cosy log fire in the winter and a friendly atmosphere. Only an hour away from Scotland The Lake District and Hadrian s Wall. We are on the Peninne Way (for walkers) and C2C (for cyclists).

Enjoy an extensive menu of homemade food and with local produce including locally caught trout and local Award Winning Cumberland Sausage. The property has a beer garden to the rear for the summer evenings and also has private parking to the rear.

 3 star rating

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