Wooler (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... held a disco on friday nights. The welcome is obvious from the moment you arrive. In fact I have always forgotten I was a tourist when in this friendly town. We regarded the Anchor pub as our local while we were there and happily joined in a game of dominos after an excellent evening meal. The tourist office is in the centre of the High Street and will advise you on a suitable B&B at a ... more
Customer Wooler (England) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/02/02, updated on 09/02/02 (Very useful, 75 readings)
If you choose, as I hope you will, to explore Northern Northumberland, you can do no better than make Wooler your base. This small town is ideally placed, whether you wish to walk the Cheviot Hills or drive a short distance to enjoy a stunning coastline of sandy beaches which stretch forever. You can visit the delightful coastal villages and towns or walk alone for miles with not another soul in sight should you wish. Wooler sits close to the Cheviot Hills and is reached by the A697. Alternatively the A1 runs a few miles to the east. It is appropriate somehow that this great trunk road narrows to fit in with the remote border country. Wooler is only one and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/00, updated on 05/11/00 (Useful, 48 readings)
Wooler is a small town in the middle of Northumberland, about half way between Newcastle and Edinburgh. The town is on the A697 about 10 miles from the coast and on the edge of the Cheviot Hills. As well as a number of camping and caravan sites around the town, there are also quite a few very welcoming Bed and Breakfast places, details of which can be found from the Tourist Information Centre on the main street. This part of the country is extremely beautiful with a terrific amount of history around the area. There are many castles in the county, most of which are open to the public, and many other historic monuments. For hill walking, the ... Read the complete review
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