Bowness-on-Solway is a conservation village in the heart of a World Heritage Site on the start/finish of Hadrians Wall walkers trail and on Hadrians Cycleway (Route 72) The area is famous for its birdlife and the hall is situated in the centre of the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Beauty next to the RSPB Campfield Marsh reserve. Only 3 miles, as the crow flies, to Scotland with regular bus to Historic Carlisle (15 miles). Easy road access to Victorian Silloth (16 miles); Lake District National Park (20 miles) and Western Lakes coast.
The village is the site of the 2nd largest Roman fort, Maia, built in AD122 and home to the Haafnetters, the last estuary net fishing in England dating back to Viking times.
Lindow Hall is a Registered Charity operating to maintain community facilities, including accommodation, for the benefit of all. Located at the start/end of the Hadrians Wall Trail and a major point of the Hadrians Wall Cycle Path we offer accommodation and facilities at low cost to groups and individuals.
End of Hadrians Wall
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