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Delightful County Durham cottage, centrally located in the village of Westgate. Woodburning stove. Backing on to the River Wear and close to open countryside. Alston 14.3 miles. (Ref. 915378)
7 nights from £271Book Now
Exceptional shooting lodge in stunning countryside location. Nine en-suite bedrooms. Grand dining room. Fishing available. Stanhope 10 miles. (Ref. 13416)
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A delightful mid-terraced, former railway worker's cottage on the outskirts of Stanhope. Warm and cosy with great pub within walking distance. Excellent walking in North Pennines. Barnard Castle 15 miles. (Ref. 14840)
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A charming shepherd's hut in a rural location above the South Tyne Valley. King-size bed, WiFi, woodburner. Nature at it's best. Peaceful, stunning views. Haltwhistle 4 miles. (Ref. 936738)
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Stone-built, semi-detached property, in open countryside in lovely County Durham. Peaceful, rural spot, 4 miles Lanchester with its Roman remains. Durham 10 miles. (Ref. 892)
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One of our Cumbria cottages, a romantic retreat just minutes from the shops, pubs and galleries of Alston. Lakes & Northumberland in easy reach. Penrith 20 miles. (Ref. 3604)
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A lovely, stone-built cottage in the rural hamlet of Whitridge. Cosy, comfortable rooms. Stabling and paddock on request. Morpeth 10 miles. (Ref. 17608)
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Stunning, detached church conversion in small hamlet of Greystead near Kielder Water. Stained glass window, intricate stonework, pellet woodburner, yards from the North Tyne river. Bellingham 5 miles. (Ref. 23575)
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Single-storey barn conversion in rural hamlet of Southwitton. Comfortable, open plan living with panoramic views from garden. Good walking and cycling. Morpeth 10 miles. (Ref. 1783)
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Character, Gold Award-winning coach house in tranquil hamlet, 5 miles from Bellingham. Gracious accommodation, woodburner. Perfect for Hadrian's Wall, National Park and coast. Hexham 19 miles. (Ref. 1096)
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Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Hexham, Northumberland.
First impressions really do count and Hexham's dramatic
medieval skyline gains top marks on a Hexham cottage holiday.
This is Hadrian's Wall country and this bustling market town
nestles amid glorious countryside in the Tyne Valley. Historically,
it comes up trumps and there are some interesting buildings to
explore and admire. In the centre is Hexham Abbey; today a parish
church, but once a place of worship for Benedictine monks. There
are also two medieval towers, an ancient Moot (or meeting) Hall and
the 14th Century Hexham Old Gaol - the latter a fascinating
experience for all the family, delving deep into the turbulent
Every Tuesday, Hexham's narrow streets are crammed with
shoppers visiting the market and there's also a regular
farmers' market selling top-quality local produce. Shops
include a collection of antiques and curio shops, together with a
couple of supermarkets.
An excellent leisure centre solves any rainy day issues, while
other entertainment comes in the form of parks, pubs, restaurants,
a cinema and the Queen's Hall Arts Centre - a fabulous venue
featuring drama, dance and European cinema.
But it's Hadrian's Wall that jostles for your attention,
a UNESCO World Heritage Site just a short drive away. Around eighty
miles long, you'll find some of its most remarkable parts close
to Hexham. Whether you're walking the Hadrian's Wall
National Trail Path, peddling along Hadrian's Cycleway, or
simply keen to unearth secrets from 2000 years ago in the forts,
temples and archaeological sites found in its path, a Hexham
cottage will make a welcome retreat every day.