In reply to D Douglas: i stayed at rose cottage outside warkworth - it was pretty good and warkworth has a few decent food/drink options, as well as being a pleasant place - dont know how it relates to climbing options though - theres a good second hand bookshop (barter books ?) in the old railway station in a nearby town (alnwick?) that had a pretty decent selection of climbing / mountaineering books last time i was there - has a website i think
Depends what you call 'close' but this site is quite good - it's at Wooler. There are a few decent pubs in the village and a nice italian restaurant that does takeaways. I don't know whether they allow dogs, but since the owner has a few I would imagine so...
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