The Gun Inn

Inn in Ridsdale, Northumberland

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The Gun Inn, Ridsdale

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Set in the countryside village of Ridsdale, Northumberland, on the A68, east of Bellingham, south of Otterburn and north of Hexham, the Gun Inn is the perfect rural retreat for your holidays in this peaceful, historic and beautiful part of the country.

The Gun Inn can cater for up to seven guests and enjoys wonderful countryside views. There are also Excellent restaurant facilities for breakfasts and evening meals. Local attractions include superb walking, cycling and fishing holiday activities, stunning countryside & coastline.

Historic castles, Hadrian's Wall and many battle sites The Gun Inn is in an Ideal position for day trips to Newcastle, Durham and the Scottish Borders. Beautiful Coastline - Large unspoilt stretches of white sands in a region of strong Christian Heritage where you can visit Holy Island and the Farne Islands nature reserve. Fishing - We arrange private fishing by arrangement and there are a wealth of beautiful Northumbrian rivers available.

Walking -Challenging long and short distance walks across hills and uncrowded beaches. Golf - Play in glorious countryside and near historic castles. Bellingham Golf Course has a great mixture of challenges for all skill levels.

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