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Tel code: 01434 | code search
Postcode: NE49 | code search
Population: 3800
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Northumberland Clog Dancing
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The Wallace Arms
"Real Fires x2 , newly refurbished , very clean, good disabled access, clean fresh toilets, Traditional Country pub feel, NO bandit or dukebox. Darts and Quoits played here, well worth ..." More

Manor House Inn
"The accommodation, service and food were very nice. The language used by people drinking in the bar was not .

Date visited: 27 February 2011 ..." More

Kellah Farm B&B
"Had a lovely one night here in a gorgeous room with awesome views (and a lush sunset thrown in) Our daughter loved the farm setting and the swings in the garden. ..." More

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"for walking Hadrian's Wall its best to start in the west and have the wind on your back don't plan too long a day some parts are very strenuous ..." More

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Sixteen miles west of Hexham in Northumberland, lies the small village of Haltwhistle, on the A69 from Newcastle to Carlisle. Lying within a large ecclesiastical parish of the same name, the area has been populated since Roman times and the village itself is mentioned in the Domesday book as Haut Whysile which means ‘high boundary’. The parish church Holy Cross has a 7th century water stoup, believed to have been used by St.Paulinus. William the Lion of Scotland apparently mentioned the church in a grant in 1178 to the Abbey of Arbroath. Edward 1 granted a charter to the town in 1306 on his way to fight the Scots and the market is still held on Thursdays to this day. Subject to many border raids, a castle and several houses were constructed as defence but the castle has long since disappeared and the houses, Haltwhistle Bastle, which were at the bottom of Castle hill have now been demolished. The remains of a pele tower can be found in a hotel in the market place. In the 1830’s, the railway replaced plans to build a canal between Newcastle and Carlisle with a station at Haltwhistle. Population grew and the industries of mining, farming, woolen mills and brickworks sprang up all around. Today, it is popular with tourists en route to exploring Hadrian’s Wall.


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Places to Stay near Haltwhistle


Manor House Inn (0.08 miles)

Manor House Inn
Pub/Restaurant with 6 B&B letting rooms located in the centre of Haltwhistle.
Perfectly located for visiting Hadrian's Wall.
Contact us direct for best available room rates. ... More
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Ald White Craig Farm (0.52 miles)

Ald White Craig Farm
Ald White Craig Farm has five self contained holiday cottages within tastefully converted farm buildings. Situated on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, it makes an ideal base for walking, cycling, exploring Hadrian's Wall, ... More | visit website

Milecastle Inn (1.22 miles)

Milecastle Inn
The Milecastle Inn is located in one of the most important areas along the Roman Wall. With a view to Hadrian’s Wall only 500 metres from the door our comfortable cottages are set in the ... More
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Wydon Farm B&B (1.66 miles)

Wydon Farm B&B
Wydon Farm is a 366 acre working farm, on the National Trust Bellister estate. Luxurious barn conversion accommodating three rooms all en suite. ... More | visit website
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Kellah Farm B&B (3.54 miles)

Farmhouse breakfasts using all local produce including our own free-range eggs, comfortable accommodation, a warm welcome and stunning views of the Northumbrian countryside will be our recipe for a relaxing stay at Kellah Bed and ... More | visit website
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The Bowes Hotel (4.38 miles)

The Bowes Hotel
The Bowes Hotel & Bar features free on-site parking and is 5 minutes’ drive from the Roman forts of Vindolanda and Housesteads, as well one of the most dramatic parts of Hadrian’s Wall. Situated 10 ... More | visit website
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Hullerbank (4.93 miles)

Hullerbank is situated in unspoilt countryside, central for visiting Hadrian's Wall, Lake District and Scotland. Talkin Tarn Country Park and Brampton golf course are within 1 mile.

Brian and Sheila welcome you to their Georgian ... More | visit website
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Howard Arms Hotel (4.93 miles)

Howard Arms Hotel

The Hotel is family owned and operated, we offer modern English food in relaxed dining area, with log fires and traditional hospitality. Situated in the quiet Market town of Brampton the hotel offers excellent accommodation, ... More | visit website

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Bush Nook Guest House (5.36 miles)

Bush Nook Guest House
The house is surrounded on all sides by open fields. The surrounding area is very scenic and full of small surprises. It’s great for walking, touring or just for ‘getting away from it all’ ... More | visit website
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Old Repeater Station (7.70 miles)

Old Repeater Station
The Old Repeater Station offers 4 star rated guest accommodation in the heart of a National Park within Northumberland. Located just 200 yards from Hadrian‚s Wall, it provides an excellent base to explore the beautiful scenery and historic ... More | visit website

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