The Belted Will Inn
Situated in the village of Hallbankgate, nestling at the foot of the North Pennine Fells, The Belted Will Inn, near Brampton is ideally located for exploring Hadrian's Wall and the beautiful surrounding Cumbrian countryside.
The Belted Will Inn gets its name from Lord William Howard. Born in 1563, he resided at nearby Naworth Castle and was nicknamed 'Belted Will' by the celebrated Scottish Poet, Sir Walter Scott on account of the broad belt he wore. Scott's work, 'Lay of the Last Minstel' presents Lord William Howard as a rough Border feudal lord of an earlier day.
Hog, Beer & Music Festival
The annual Hallbankgate hog, beer and music fest is held just over the road from the Inn (we supply the beer), each October.
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