Cottages Near Hadrian's Wall

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    Delightful two bedroom cottage located in the pretty village of Catton. Woodburner, off road parking. Ideal for walking, horse riding, cycling and exploring. Great country pub/restaurant 1 min walk. Allendale 1.5 miles. (Ref. 936887)

    • £39 off - Sat 22nd Apr to 20th May 2017

    7 nights from £279

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    Delightful stone-built former cow byre in the heart of County Durham. Romantic base, woodburner, lots of character in a peaceful rural location. Consett 10 miles. (Ref. 6736)

    7 nights from £259

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    A delightful, detached cottage in the centre of the pretty village of Wall, close to Hadrian's Wall. Well-equipped and comfortable with a multi-fuel stove and WiFi. Hexham 6 miles. (Ref. 24621)

    7 nights from £293

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    Well appointed single-storey cottage just 2.5 miles from Hadrian's Wall. Ideally placed for the area's many visitor attractions. Haydon Bridge 2.25 miles. (Ref. 11914)

    • £39 off - Sat 29th Apr to 6th May 2017

    7 nights from £244

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    Delightful barn conversion, lovely cottage in Lanehead, County Durham. Rural location, lovely views. On-site pottery, beams, woodburner. Wearhead 1.5 miles. (Ref. 17537)

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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)

    7 nights from £280

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    A charming, terraced cottage situated in the Northumberland town of Haltwhistle. Comfortable accommodation with open fire just a short drive from Hadrian's Wall, forts, temples, milecastles and interesting archaelogical sites. Hexham 15 miles. (Ref. 906510)

    7 nights from £299

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    Detached house in the hamlet of Yarrow near to Falstone. Fantastic countryside views. Multi fuel stove and woodburning stove. Extensive lawned gardens to front and rear. Cycling, fishing, walking and watersports on the door. Bellingham 9 miles. (Ref. 955171)

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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)

    7 nights from £246

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    Superb terraced cottage near Brampton, in the hamlet of Tindale Fell. Two woodburning stoves, quality welcoming accommodation, garden with country views. Lovely year-round base. Brampton 5 miles. (Ref. 7397)

    7 nights from £313

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Just show me Hadrian's Wall Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent near Hadrian's Wall.

Blend spellbinding scenery, largely unchanged since Roman times, with 2000 years of history for the ultimate 'great outdoors' experience. Welcome to Hadrian's Wall Country and our collection of Hadrian's Wall Country cottages.

Hadrian's Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site crossing northern England for around eighty miles. Built as a Roman frontier in just over six years, many stretches remain intact especially within the Northumberland National Park. In fact, some of the most dramatic parts are found here such as the section from Cawfields to Walltown Quarry.

Find your whereabouts and plan your day at the Once Brewed Tourist Information Centre near Hexham. Choose from a number of excellent walking routes, whether you intend to cover as many miles as possible along the Hadrian's Wall National Trail Path, or are looking for shorter, circular options. Enjoy a family ramble to Sycamore Gap, home to the tallest remains of the Wall and also the famous tree from blockbuster, 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'.

Cycling is another great way to take in both the natural and archaeological views, with a variety of long distance routes - the Hadrian's Cycleway, Sea to Sea (C2C), Reivers, Pennine Cycleway and the National Byway.

This mighty 'necklace' is studded with Roman 'jewels' like Housesteads, Chesters and Vindolanda. Do explore these fascinating forts, many offering interactive displays, Roman artefacts, special family events and authentic battle re-enactments.

And remember - however you decide to experience this extraordinary region of Northumberland, your Hadrian's Wall Country cottage will welcome you at the end of every day.