Four Wynds Guest House
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Four Wynds Guest House. Originally built as three minerís cottages, we are ideally situated just outside Greenhead Village on the Hadrianís Wall Trail, the Pennine Way, National Cycle Route 72 and just 45 minutes drive from Newcastle.
We offer simple, comfortable accommodation and delicious breakfasts using organic, Fairtrade and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms (with showers). There is a guest lounge with television (satellite channels available), games and a well stocked book case. For families we can offer cots, changing facilities and a variety of toys. For walkers and cyclists we have washing and drying facilities, secure bike storage and an outside wash area.
We have a wide range of information and a host of ideas for local attractions and days out. There are itineraries to suit everybody, from families with young children to those wanting challenging hikes or rides across the picturesque and historic countryside which surrounds this, the true heart of Hadrianís Wall country. There are also many circular walks within easy access of here.
For days out, choose from wide open landscapes to walk in, Medieval Castles, Roman Forts, Historic Houses, Farm Parks, Organic Cafťís and excellent country pubs. This part of Northumberland and Cumbria has a wide range of attractions for both adults and children.
We are willing to offer you a lift to and from both the various pubs and restaurants offering a wide range of evening meals and the many interesting local walks and cycle rides.
You will find that our location by the Northumbrian and Cumbrian borders means that we are an excellent base for those who are either exploring the wonders of this amazing countryside for a few days, visiting family or friends locally or even passing through on the way to Scotland (although it's a shame not to linger here longer!).
We welcome well behaved dogs and we can offer free Wi-Fi.
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This page was last updated: 04 November 2012