Hexham

Hexham is a solid and pleasing old market town overlooked by a public park that was once a religious enclosure, with a fine abbey containing many treasures from various eras including the Roman in this settlement in close proximity to Hadrian’s Wall... Read More

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April
The Best of Hadrian's Wall weekend treck
May
Kielder Vintage and Classic Vehicle Show
August
Slaley Show
September
Hexham Abbey Festival
October
Hexham Abbey Festival
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Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel
Langley Castle Hotel is a 14th Century castle nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the South Tyne.

Built in 1350, during the reign of Edward III, the castle has retained its architectural integrity and is regarded ... More | Double Room: From £65.50 | visit website
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Slaley Hall Hotel

Slaley Hall Hotel

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Set in 1,000 acres of prime Northumberland forest and moorland, and surrounded by two championship golf courses, Slaley Hall remains a grand retreat and a symbol ... More

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Old Repeater Station

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 | Double Room: See website | visit website
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Bay Horse Inn

Bay Horse Inn
The Bay Horse Inn stands on the A68 route Darlington to Edinburgh, within easy reach of the industrial and commercial centres of the North East. We are 6 miles from Otterburn, 20 miles from Corbridge ... More | visit website
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The County Hotel

The County Hotel
The County Hotel is a small family operated hotel offers comfortable accommodation in the centre of Hexham – voted England’s favourite market town. ... More | visit website
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Station Inn

Station Inn
Hexham is a thriving market town, only a few minutes drive from the lovely Northumbrian countryside and attractions such as Hadrian's Wall. It provides an excellent base for any visitor to the North of England ... More | visit website
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The Gun Inn

The Gun Inn
The Gun Inn can cater for up to seven guests and enjoys wonderful countryside views. There are also Excellent restaurant facilities for breakfasts and evening meals. Local attractions include superb walking, cycling and fishing ... More | visit website
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Battlesteads Country Inn & Restaurant

Battlesteads Country Inn & Restaurant

Originally built as a farmstead in 1747, this four-star Inn and Restaurant features a cosy bar with open fire, sunny conservatory and walled beer-garden, excellent bar meals and a la carte menus (including vegetarian) using ... More | visit website

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Crown Inn

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The Crown Inn is a traditional country pub, located in the heart of Humshaugh, in Hadrian's Wall Country. Enjoy a pint of real cask ale or a cold refreshing larger whilst ... More | visit website
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Hadrian Hotel

Hadrian Hotel
A peaceful location very near to Hadrians Wall. The hotel is located between Hexham & Carlisle. A very historical hotel in Wall villager. Ideal for walkers who want to explore Hadrians Wall and teh surrounding ... More | visit website

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