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Brampton B&B, Brampton Bed and Breakfast
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Only about 12 miles (20km) from the Scottish Border, Brampton is bypassed by the main road between Carlisle and the Newcastle on Tyne area, the A69. The railway, also from Carlisle to Newcastle, is located about a mile from the town near the village of Milton. Brampton has a population of about 4000 and is built of local sandstone. An unusual octagonal Moot Hall stands in the town centre. Brampton makes a good base from which to explore Hadrians Wall, perhaps the most important remains left by the Romans in Britain. It extends from the Solway Firth in the west to the aptly named Wallsend in Northumberland on the east coast. Eight miles from Brampton, the Birdoswald Fort, with a visitors centre, demonstrates all aspects of the Roman frontier system. A number of bed and breakfast (b&b) houses and guesthouses are available within Brampton or its environs. Others are situated close to Haltwhistle only about five miles (8km) to the east.
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