www.weacceptpets.co.uk Bay Horse Inn, West Woodburn, Hexham, Northumberland

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The Bay Horse Inn located in Hexham, Northumberland is a delightful 18th century coaching inn nestling by a stone bridge over the River Rede.

The Bay Horse Inn accepts Dogs; you can view this Bed and Breakfast on our website www.weacceptpets.co.uk by clicking on the link provided below:

www.weacceptpets.co.uk/Northumberland/3329

This is the place to stop on your journey: to rest, drink, eat well and relax in a warm friendly, informal atmosphere.

When you have been out and about in the fresh country air and when the excellent home cooked cuisine and cosy surroundings of our lounge bar all begin to take effect, retire to one of our 7 bedrooms.

At The Bay Horse Inn our menus offer an unusually wide and extensive range of dishes carefully prepared from the best local meats, fish and vegetables.

The Bay Horse Inn sits by the River Rede in the quiet Northumberland village of West Woodburn. The Rede Valley and its surrounding area is known for its peace, tranquility and wide open spaces. Northumberland is England’s most sparsely populated county, lying at the juncture of the Cheviot and Pennine Hills.

We Accept Pets offers you an easy to use directory of accommodation & businesses in the UK & Ireland.

The accommodation types on our website are:

  • Self Catering
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Campsites
  • Hotels
  • Pubs / Inns

The properties on our website accept the following pets:

  • Dogs
  • Horses
  • Small Pets

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