The Old Repeater Station started life out as one of a number of buildings used as Repeater Stations for British Telecom on their Newcastle to Carlisle line. Now converted into a bed and breakfast it enjoys an enviable location roughly half way along the world famous Hadrian's Wall. The Old Repeater Station offers simple practical accommodation, an ideal stop off point for people walking the wall or for guests looking to explore this historic area. Dinner by arrangement for walkers and cyclists with drying room facilities available. Family-style breakfast uses quality locally sourced produce. A comfortable lounge is available, as well as seating in the garden overlooking Sewingshield Crags.