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  • Almost Forgotten

    An evening talk bChris Davies on the Aviation accidents in the Cheviot Hills. (Free for Hostel Residents)
    Guided Walk by Reiver Guiding of the sites (£15pp)
    2nd June – 3rd June 2018
    Chris Davies has agreed to come along to the Wooler Youth Hostel on the 2nd June at 7:30pm and give a talk on the events leading up to these tragic accidents and also what happened in the aftermath. 
    The next Day (Sunday 3rd June) Reiver Guiding (Based at the Hostel) in conjunction with Lone Tree Hill Outdoor experience will be hosting a guided walk (approx. 10 miles) to visit these sites on the Cheviot.

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  • Group Discounts

    Wooler is an ideal base for those looking for good value, comfortable accommodation with easy access to walking, cycling and outdoor sporting activities and events. North Northumberland and the Cheviots are fast becoming one of the most popular places in the UK for outdoor events, and we already host two trail races, Trail Outlaws Wooler Trail Marathon and the 63 year old Chevy Chase. Please contact us to find out what we can do for you.  Group discounts are available.



Local Info

Wooler is an ideal base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, and the valleys and spectacular hills of the Cheviots, as well as the topography and history of the Anglo-Scottish Borders.

With its weekly livestock auction mart, Wooler is a fine example of a traditional Northumberland market town.

The town offers a range of amenities including a choice of inns and restaurants, (serving local produce, such as Doddington Dairy ice Cream and Carroll's Heritage Potatoes), grocery stores, speciality food shops, local butchers and bakers.

Within the town there is a large play park and skate park, and on the outskirts, Wooler Golf Course, one of the most scenic golf courses in the UK.

The Cheviot Centre, ten minutes away, is the base for the Gateway Trust. It is also home to the town's Tourist Information Centre and Local Library. It is open all week and is a local Meeting and Activities Hub.

Leisure activities close by include: abseiling, archery, canoeing, clay pigeon shooting, climbing, farm visits, fishing course, fly-fishing, gliding, golf, horse riding and pony trekking.

For Bird Watchers – a diverse variety of birds feature in the Northumberland landscape. Guided tours can be organised within the surrounding area with Northern Experience Wildlife Tours.

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