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It was a case of 3 of us calling in for coffee really and to try and secure information about the haaf netters. If you do not know what they are I suggest that you research them. They are an ancient breed of fishermen who...More
We finished our walk and went straight into the pub for a celebratory beer , the pub was reasonably busy at about 4 30 , we had been told by a guy up the road who takes photos that this was the best pub in...More
This is the only place to get an evening meal after finishing Hadrian's Wall. It's just an ordinary old fashioned local pub really. We went in during the afternoon to have a celebratory drink; an anti-climax ... no real interaction from the bar staff who...More
The King"s Arns is the ONLY place to eat out in Biwness (at least while we were there..,). Nevertheless, the staff is friendly, and the food is decent, especially the salmon, which was fished "right nearby."
Arrived just before six o'clock after finishing the Hadrian's Wall walk and only one table was occupied in the dining area. Walked to a free table and the lady behind the bar snapped "Do you have a reservation"? "No" I replied. "Wait then" came the...More
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I saw some t shirts for sale at the Wallsend B&B (in Bowness on Solway) they said 'I walked the wall', I think they had 2/3 different designs but I didn't notice any polo shirts. The Kings Arms probably sell them too. You... More
I saw some t shirts for sale at the Wallsend B&B (in Bowness on Solway) they said 'I walked the wall', I think they had 2/3 different designs but I didn't notice any polo shirts. The Kings Arms probably sell them too. You can also buy a nice looking certificate which has a picture of the wall on it and says 'I walked the Wall', it also says how long it is etc. We bought one from the B&B but again I think The Kings Arms would also have them - I can't remember whether it was £2.50 or £5. Btw, from a brief glance at the t shirts, they looked to be nice quality.