Hadrian’s Wall 8 Day Itinerary With Accommodation

Hadrian's Wall 8 Day Itinerary

Hey Hikers! We are really excited to share this Hadrians Wall 8 day walking, 9 night accommodation article with you for the Hadrian’s Wall Path. This is a great itinerary if you are wanting to break up the hard miles between Twice Brewed and Carlisle into 3 days of walking.

Here is the schedule, you can use the buttons to quickly take you down to a particular day to make booking quick and easy.

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay​

Day 1: Walk from Newcastle to Newburn - 11.5 miles

Day 2: Walk from Newburn to East Wallhouses - 9.5 miles

Day 3: Walk from East Wallhouses to Chollerford - 8.5 miles

Day 4: Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 11.5 miles

Day 5: Walk from Twice Brewed to Gilsland - 8 miles

Day 6: Walk from Gilsland to Walton - 8 miles

Day 7: Walk from Walton to Carlisle - 11.5 miles

Day 8: Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles

Travel from Bowness-on-Solway

This is a moderate route which will please most walkers. You will enjoy the steady pace of this particular walk. Enjoy booking your Hadrians Wall 8 day itinerary!

Please note, some of the accommodation options below include an affiliate link. If you book through these links BookMyTrail will receive a small percentage of the total price. This allows us to keep producing excellent resources to help you book your trail. Thanks, Matthew.

 

Travel

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay

When staying in Newcastle you have a few options. Either find a hotel chain in the city centre, or book a hotel in one of the suburbs. I recommend the latter, as there are some excellent coastal Suburbs with great accommodation options.

Oak Tree Lodge

Set away from the trail, but well worth it for excellent room quality, and location.

Maldron Hotel Newcastle

Clean, well furnished quality hotel in the center of Newcastle. An ideal base for exploring the city prior to your walk.

Elmswood Guest House

Rooms from £53.00 per night

If the busy streets of Newcastle are not your thing then Elmswood guest House in South Shield’s may be perfect for you. This accommodation is a 10 minute walk from South Shields beach.

Day 1

Walk from Newcastle to Newburn - 11.5 miles

The Keelman's Lodge

Rooms from £54.00 per night

A quaint, and peaceful oasis of calm to rest your legs after your first day hiking on the path.

Day 2

Walk from Newburn to East Wallhouses - 9.5 miles

The Robin Hood Inn

Rooms from £97.00 per night

A quaint, and peaceful oasis of calm to rest your legs after your first day hiking on the path.

Ovington House

Rooms from £65.00 per night

If you fancy some luxury…. look no further. 

Day 3

Walk from East Wallhouses to Chollerford - 8.5 miles

The George Hotel

Rooms from £64.00 per night

Treat yourself to a stay in the excellent George Hotel, nestled in a beautiful river front location and only a short distance from the Hadrian’s Wall Path.

The Hadrian Hotel

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Set back from the the trail a little, but still within walking distance. Clean, spacous accommodation perfectly suited to hikers. 

Day 4

Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 12 miles

The Twice Brewed Inn

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Perfectly located in the middle of the trail. Warm fires and excellent hospitality await.

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Day 5

Walk from Twice Brewed to Gilsland - 8 miles

Gilsland Hall Hotel

Rooms from £64.00 per night

Boutique accommodation set back from the trail.

The Hollies on the Wall

Rooms from £84.00 per night

Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation on the trail

Day 6

Walk from Gilsland to Walton - 8 miles

Low Rigg Farm B&B

Rooms from £40.00 per night

Charming accommodation based on a working dairy farm.

Old Vicarage Brewery

Rooms from £60.00 per night

An excellent overnight stop, combining a B&B stay, and a brewery. 

Day 7

Walk from Walton to Carlisle - 11.5 miles

Rosalind House

Rooms from £60.00 per night

Excelent city center accommodation at a great price. Ideal for a rest stop in Carlisle. 

Abberley House

Rooms from £50.00 per night

First choice for BookMyTrail hikers. Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation!

Day 8

Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles

Shore Gate House B&B

Rooms from £80.00 per night

A modern comfortable and very friendly end to your walk.

Helpful Related Content

We hope you found the accommodation options above helpful for the Hadrians Wall 8 day itinerary, and have managed to successfully book your trail. If not, don’t worry, we offer a handy booking service which you can access by hitting the link below. If you have any more questions related to the Hadrian’s Wall Path, we have you covered in the articles below. Browse at your own pace, and should you have any specific questions feel free to jump onto live chat, or search our database of articles:

Hadrian’ Wall 7 Day Itinerary With Accommodation

Hey Hikers! We are really excited to share this 7 day walking, 8 nights accommodation article with you for the Hadrian’s Wall Path. This is a great itinerary if you are wanting to break up the hard miles between Twice Brewed and Carlisle into 3 days of walking.

Here is the schedule, you can use the buttons to quickly take you down to a particular day to make booking quick and easy.

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay​

Day 1: Walk from Newcastle to Heddon-on-the-Wall - 15 miles

Day 2: Walk from Heddon-on-the-Wall to Chollerford - 15 miles

Day 3: Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 12 miles

Day 4: Walk from Twice Brewed to Gilsland - 8 miles

Day 5: Walk from Gilsland to Walton - 8 miles

Day 6: Walk from Walton to Carlisle - 11.5 miles

Day 7: Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles

Travel from Bowness-on-Solway

Notice the slightly longer miles, with easier days in the middle. Take note though, this is not a ‘casual’ itinerary, and will far better suit seasoned walkers.

Enjoy booking your trail!

 

Please note, some of the accommodation options below include an affiliate link. If you book through these links BookMyTrail will receive a small percentage of the total price. This allows us to keep producing excellent resources to help you book your trail. Thanks, Matthew.

 

Travel

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay

When staying in Newcastle you have a few options. Either find a hotel chain in the city centre, or book a hotel in one of the suburbs. I recommend the latter, as there are some excellent coastal Suburbs with great accommodation options.

Oak Tree Lodge

Rooms from £75.00 per night

Set away from the trail, but well worth it for excellent room quality, and location.

Maldron Hotel Newcastle

Rooms from £89.00 per night

Clean, well furnished quality hotel in the center of Newcastle. An ideal base for exploring the city prior to your walk.

Elmswood Guest House

Rooms from £53.00 per night

If the busy streets of Newcastle are not your thing then Elmswood guest House in South Shield’s may be perfect for you. This accommodation is a 10 minute walk from South Shields beach.

Day 1

Walk from Newcastle to Heddon-on-the-Wall - 15 miles

Hadrian's Barn

Rooms from £97.00 per night

A quaint, and peaceful oasis of calm to rest your legs after your first day hiking on the path.

Close House

Rooms from £172.00 per night

If you fancy some luxury…. look no further. 

Day 2

Walk from Heddon-on-the-Wall to Chollerford - 15 miles

The George Hotel

Rooms from £64.00 per night

Treat yourself to a stay in the excellent George Hotel, nestled in a beautiful river front location and only a short distance from the Hadrian’s Wall Path.

The Hadrian Hotel

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Set back from the the trail a little, but still within walking distance. Clean, spacous accommodation perfectly suited to hikers. 

Day 3

Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 12 miles

The Twice Brewed Inn

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Perfectly located in the middle of the trail. Warm fires and excellent hospitality await.

Day 4

Day 4: Walk from Twice Brewed to Gilsland - 8 miles

Gilsland Hall Hotel

Rooms from £64.00 per night

Boutique accommodation set back from the trail.

The Hollies on the Wall

Rooms from £84.00 per night

Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation on the trail

Day 5

Day 5: Walk from Gilsland to Walton - 8 miles

Low Rigg Farm B&B

Rooms from £40.00 per night

Charming accommodation based on a working dairy farm.

Old Vicarage Brewery

Rooms from £60.00 per night

An excellent overnight stop, combining a B&B stay, and a brewery. 

Day 6

Day 6: Walk from Walton to Carlisle - 11.5 miles

Rosalind House

Rooms from £60.00 per night

Excelent city center accommodation at a great price. Ideal for a rest stop in Carlisle. 

Abberley House

Rooms from £50.00 per night

First choice for BookMyTrail hikers. Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation!

Day 7

Day 7: Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles

Shore Gate House B&B

Rooms from £80.00 per night

A modern comfortable and very friendly end to your walk.

Helpful Related Content

We hope you found the accommodation options above helpful, and have managed to successfully book your trail. If not, don’t worry, we offer a handy booking service which you can access by hitting the link below. If you have any more questions related to the Hadrian’s Wall Path, we have you covered in the articles below. Browse at your own pace, and should you have any specific questions feel free to jump onto live chat, or search our database of articles:

Hadrian’s Wall 6 Day Itinerary With Accommodation

Hey Hikers! We are really excited to share this 6 day walking, 7 nights accommodation article with you for the Hadrian’s Wall Path. Given its relatively short length, the itinerary lands in overnight stops where your unlikely to travel far for accommodation. It’s a really good one to book if you only have a week to walk the path.

Here is the schedule, you can use the buttons to quickly take you down to a particular day to make booking quick and easy.

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay​

Day 1: Walk from Newcastle to Heddon-on-the-Wall - 15 miles

Day 2: Walk from Heddon-on-the-Wall to Chollerford - 15 miles

Day 3: Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 12 miles

Day 4: Walk from Twice Brewed to Lanercost / Banks - 14.5 miles

Day 5: Walk from Lanercost to Carlisle - 13 miles

Day 6: Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles

Travel from Bowness-on-Solway

Notice the slightly longer miles, with easier days in the middle. Take note though, this is not a ‘casual’ itinerary, and will far better suit seasoned walkers.

Enjoy booking your trail!

 

Please note, some of the accommodation options below include an affiliate link. If you book through these links BookMyTrail will receive a small percentage of the total price. This allows us to keep producing excellent resources to help you book your trail. Thanks, Matthew.

 

Travel

Arrive in Newcastle for your first night's stay

When staying in Newcastle you have a few options. Either find a hotel chain in the city centre, or book a hotel in one of the suburbs. I recommend the latter, as there are some excellent coastal Suburbs with great accommodation options.

Oak Tree Lodge

Rooms from £75.00 per night

Set away from the trail, but well worth it for excellent room quality, and location.

Maldron Hotel Newcastle

Rooms from £89.00 per night

Clean, well furnished quality hotel in the center of Newcastle. An ideal base for exploring the city prior to your walk.

Elmswood Guest House

Rooms from £53.00 per night

If the busy streets of Newcastle are not your thing then Elmswood guest House in South Shield’s may be perfect for you. This accommodation is a 10 minute walk from South Shields beach.

Day 1

Walk from Newcastle to Heddon-on-the-Wall - 15 miles

Hadrian's Barn

Rooms from £97.00 per night

A quaint, and peaceful oasis of calm to rest your legs after your first day hiking on the path.

Close House

Rooms from £172.00 per night

If you fancy some luxury…. look no further. 

Day 2

Walk from Heddon-on-the-Wall to Chollerford - 15 miles

The George Hotel

Rooms from £64.00 per night

Treat yourself to a stay in the excellent George Hotel, nestled in a beautiful river front location and only a short distance from the Hadrian’s Wall Path.

The Hadrian Hotel

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Set back from the the trail a little, but still within walking distance. Clean, spacous accommodation perfectly suited to hikers. 

Day 3

Walk from Chollerford to Twice Brewed - 12 miles

The Twice Brewed Inn

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Perfectly located in the middle of the trail. Warm fires and excellent hospitality await.

Day 4

Day 4: Walk from Twice Brewed to Lanercost / Banks - 14.5 miles

The Howard Arms

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Boutique accommodation set back from the trail.

Abbey Farmhouse

Rooms from £80.00 per night

Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation on the trail

Day 5

Day 5: Walk from Lanercost to Carlisle - 13 miles

Rosalind House

Rooms from £60.00 per night

Excelent city center accommodation at a great price. Ideal for a rest stop in Carlisle. 

Abberley House

Rooms from £50.00 per night

First choice for BookMyTrail hikers. Comfortable hiker friendly accommodation!

Day 6

Day 6: Walk from Carlisle to Bowness-on-Solway - 14.5 miles ​

Shore Gate House B&B

Rooms from £80.00 per night

A modern comfortable and very friendly end to your walk.

Helpful Related Content

We hope you found the accommodation options above helpful, and have managed to successfully book your trail. If not, don’t worry, we offer a handy booking service which you can access by hitting the link below. If you have any more questions related to the Hadrian’s Wall Path, we have you covered in the articles below. Browse at your own pace, and should you have any specific questions feel free to jump onto live chat, or search our database of articles:

Some of our Favourite Indoor, Outdoor #hashtags

I’m focusing on positive in this post. I apologize if I may seem insensitive skipping over the lives lost due to COVID, or how it’s impacting on people globally. The media are doing a fine job of that, so I am going to talk about some fun stuff that has been keeping us all entertained. Right, that’s out the way, so let’s get into the Outdoor, Indoor challenges which have been circulating out social feeds over the last few weeks.

With many of us being locked indoors, and either furloughed, or working from home, and obviously, in some cases unemployed, we have had little to do, or at least less to do than usual.

For outdoorsy folks, like me, getting into the hills has not been an option. However, there have been a number of exiting challenger which have graced our social feeds. These challenges, mostly set up by brands, have been designed to inspire us to live adventeourlsy despite adventure being off-limits.

Here is a roundup of some of these great ideas!

Ordnance Survey – Step up for Britain

The obvious one and probably the campaign which I saw all over my feed was the OS step up for Britain’s challenge. This excellent incentive by OS saw them partner with a number of other organizations to promote the UK’s biggest climbing challenge. The idea was simple: Do as many steps as you can, upload a video to OS of you doing your steps, and record, on their website how many steps you did. The idea was not for everyone to walk the height of Everest, but for each individual to take on their own personal challenge. I’ve not yet been able to find out how many steps were involved, but I am sure that there were many miles of stairs collectively climbed.

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Charge the day! . I'm two days into leading the #virtualEBC Expedition and I have only lost two of my team on the mountain and one to injury so far, I'm calling it a success! But we must carry on and conquer, we still have 4 more days to go! . The Virtual EBC Expedition is a five day journey of ascending the daily height of the Everest Base Camp Trek from your own home. With today's height being 430m. . Feel free to start your solo journey to EBC or even catch us up! . . Follow our journey on my stories and from the below team: @keenan.wills @harvmania @davpye @gillymcarthur @gymwithgemma @tinaremiz @microadventuregirl @joshuabrex @steviecbarker @fellfoodie @hike_this_way @jamiemiranda1 @eddiefitz7 @leography @will.h.p.runsonplants @freya_adventureawaits @larakateadventures @beckythetraveller @maggie_outdoors @mattgibsonadventure @missblowfish @walking_with_thepoles @joeday83 @outdoor__exploits @roshawes @raineyrebs @amberosebrown @stivesmermaid #virtualebc . . . . . #timetoplayinside #expedition #everest #everestbasecamp #everstbasecamptrek #stayhome #adventureculture #stayhomeuk #adventureisoutthere #adventureawaits #adventureculture #ukhiking #ukhillwalking #indoorsoutdoors #getoutside #ordnancesurvey

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Cotswold Outdoors – #campingathome

Cotswold Outdoors had a really nice, and gentle idea – the Big Easter Camp-In. The idea was for Cotswold followers and fans to camp in for the night, or at the most, outside in a back garden. I loved scrolling through social media and seeing images of fully grown adults make dens. Here is one from one of my favorite bloggers – The Girl Outdoors.

Ramblers – Roam Sweet Home

The Ramblers Roam Sweet Home campaign there to keep your love for the hills alive. The idea is to walk locally, whether that’s through your garden, up your stairs or around your local park. Use the Roam Sweet Home challenge to experience the joy of walking. Its’ as simple as that!

GoPro – #homepro

The GoPro #homepro is probably my favorite campaign of the lot. The name is in the hashtag – use your GoPro to film, or photo your indoor adventure, celebrating the Great Indoors. There are some amazing submissions 

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First urban downhill race of the season⚡️⚡️🏢 At Home stairs 😂 Who wants to ride again? Where? 👇🏻👇🏻 📸 @goproit @gopro ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ @thirty7even.t7n @switch_components @sector_nolimits @gist_italia @hilx @mrwolfsolve @allmountainstyle @betterbolts @vittoriatires @praepsports @totalbleedsolutionsshop ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #santacruzbikes #santacruznomad #switchcomponents #hopetech #freeride #thirty7even #t7n #hilx #betterbolts #allmountainstyle #probikeshopitalia #dh4all #bikestable #downhilllife #downhillmtb #mtb #sectornolimits #mrwolfsolve ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #gopro #goproitalia #goprohero #goprouniverse #challenge #goproawards #goprohero8 #hero8 #gopromilliondollarchallenge #goprofamily #homepro ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ @goprode @goprouk @goprofr @gopronordics @goproes

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Rab – #rabathome

I love the Rab At Home hashtag. It’s a really simple, yet entertaining revealing idea. Layout your kit that you use at home. Whether that’s Rab gear which you use for your evening run, or your WFH kit. There are some really fun and creative layout shots on display. Check some out below!

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Ok here’s my #RabAtHome entry! I’m not sure I’m entitled to enter into the actual competition, but all you lot out there can! 😁. If you’re wondering what on earth you’re going to do with all that kit you’ve got at the moment… here’s your excuse. Lay it out. Pull a silly pose like me and tag @rab.equipment in it. For my entry I’ve divided up 3 parts of my life. On the left is my typical climbing kit (thanks Wild Country, Unparallel, Tendon, RhinoSkin & Rab) and on the right is my running kit (UD race pack, various shoe brands & Rab skyrunning line). Surrounding it all is the various bits and pieces from a slightly chaotic and crazy family life (home schooling is rather interesting at the moment!! 😁) Oh… and my pose is supposed to be me jamming a chimney. Yeah, I know, it’s not that good is it?! #climbing_is_my_passion #crackclimbing #tradclimbing #usaclimbing #crackisback #climbing_lovers #climbing_pictures_of_instagram #klettern #klatre #klatring #arrampicata #escalada #escalade #indoorclimbing #rockclimbing #climbing_videos_of_instagram

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