Hexham Tips:

"I would just like to say how fantastic the servic...more

Villa Holiday Homes with a pool
National Trust




Featured Destination

October 2014: Autumn in the Southern Chilterns

We feel an autumn break should be about embracing the beauty of the season rather than trying to escape it in the search for year-round ...More
More Uk destinations

B and Bs in Hexham

Rosemary Cottage
Carlisle Terrace
Hexham
Northumberland

NE46 3EL | View map
email
Website
Click for phone

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

Alan and Mavis welcome you to Rosemary Cottage, a pretty end terraced house in the West end of Hexham. The house was built in 1878, by the builder for himself and there are still some of the original features to see. It is only a short level walk into the centre of Hexham, part of it through the pretty grounds of Hexham Abbey.

There is one double en-suite bedroom with sky T.V, hospitality tray and a hairdryer, for your use and enjoyment. You can enjoy a full English breakfast or a vegetarian option if you prefer.

If you like walking there are river banks to stroll along, where you may see salmon leaping, or a fox slinking along, sometimes even a kingfisher will streak past you. Hadrianís Wall is a short drive away, with its many sites to explore. In another direction you will find an enigmatic stone circle. Newcastle on Tyne is to the East of Hexham and Carlisle to the West, places to visit if you enjoy shopping. So much to do, but maybe you may just like to rest for a night on your journey.

Details

Number of Rooms: 1
Number Ensuite: 1
For an instant Currency convertor Click here

Facilities

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms

local taxis | local restaurants | local pubs

This page viewed on 1,881 occasions since 14th May 2009

Brit Quote:
Nothing is so fatal to religion as indifference. - Edmund Burke
More Quotes

On this day:
Coronation of King George I - 1714, First Edition of Sunday Times - 1822, Battle of Navarino - 1827, Big Ben Winched into Place - 1858
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages