Travellers Rest

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


Slaley
Northumberland
England
NE46 1TT

Travellers Rest, Slaley

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The Travellers Rest offers a warm welcome and high standards of hospitality to all. Fine food and drink can be enjoyed in the bar or in our cosy restaurant and we are open all day. Our bed and breakfast accommodation has been recently refurbished and is available all year.

The Travellers Rest dates back to the 16th century as a farmhouse and has for over one hundred and fifty years been an inn providing much needed rest and sustenance to passing travellers and locals alike. Other Facilities include Garden for Guest Use, On Site Parking, Drying Facilities, Ironing Facilities, Four Poster Beds, Children Welcome, Cyclists Welcome, Disabled People Welcome, Cot Available, Licensed Bar.

 4 star rating

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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