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Vallum Kiosk

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Haltwhistle, Northumberland Show on map


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  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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68 Customer Reviews

  • "Just been to vallum kiosk for a week Kiosk was fantastic me and my fiance and dogs coco & codi enjoyed every second Sam the owner and Branson her dog were lovely Sam had ideas as to where to go on days out Kiosk was lovely and cosy everything in you could want just like at home a real home from home experience would have no hesitation in going back again thanks Sam & Branson luv les & sue coco & codi."

    Reviewed by Leslie5.0Mar 2024

  • "Lovely stay, cosy and warm."

    ..will be back, thanks Sam

    Reviewed by Steven4.1Mar 2024

  • "We had a wonderful stay - this is a little gem of a cottage, a perfect base for exploring the area."

    The cottage although small has everything you will need - we had a great time despite the weather!!

    Reviewed by Joanne5.0Mar 2024

  • "We had an early March stay, very warm and cosy stay."

    Everything you need. Location wise easy access to the local area and very close to Hadrians wall. Next to a B road but minmal traffic and very little traffic noise. Great host.

    Reviewed by Philip5.0Mar 2024

  • "I would suggest; A torch in case of loss of power."

    Instructions on recycling metal etc . Information on wi fi code Also the toilet seat is loose ( I would have done that but I hadn't the tools in my car.However a fabulous holiday;The dogs loved it, shame about the weather but we had a great rest from home life. Thank you.

    Reviewed by Sandra5.0Jan 2024

  • "Lovely clean property with a friendly welcome, very well situated will certainly return"

    Reviewed by Alan4.7Dec 2023

  • "This property is a little gem."

    It suited me perfectly. Sam is a sweetie and brought a fresh loaf and smiles. I had a great week, at times the weather was bitter , and on my return to the kiosk it was always cosy . Thank you Sam.

    Reviewed by Nicole5.0Dec 2023

  • "Second time at Vallum Kiosk and we would definitely return; in fact, we didn’t want to leave."

    The kiosk has everything you need, the owner and Branston, the dog, are welcoming and lovely. Twice Brewed is worth a visit or two. All in all, a fantastic week!

    Reviewed by Charlotte5.0Nov 2023

  • "Lovely little cottage, perfect for a week of walking."

    Lots of hot water, excellent heating, dog friendly, wi-fi, home made bread (still warm) on arrival!

    Reviewed by Hugh4.7Nov 2023

  • "The property is small, but great."

    Boasting a large kitchen with all utensils available. South facing and sunny. Furniture needs updating, but all in all I had a wonderfull 2 weeks in the Kiosk.

    Reviewed by E.m.3.4Oct 2023

  • "The Kiosk is small, but very usable with a quite large kitchen."

    Great location between Kielder and Otterburn in the north and Alston and Weardale in the south. From the sofa you have a "great" view of an ugly barn. By switching sofa and table I created a nice view of the hills, and also better daylight on the table to do some crafts. To me, the furniture is not very comfy. WiFi is too slow, it is not possible to stream a movie. I would have liked a washing machine in stead of a dishwasher. The road along the Kiosk is busier than I expected. Not an issue when sitting inside, but with better wheather and sitting outside this would anoy me. All in all a great little gem.

    Reviewed by E.m.3.8Sep 2023

  • "Vallum kiosk is a beautiful little cottage perfectly placed to explore Hadrian's Wall and the local area whether on foot or in a car."

    It is in easy walking distance of some of the most spectacular parts of the wall and an easy drive to other sites in the surrounding area. Sam, the owner, aided by her beautiful dog Branston was so welcoming and helped make our stay very comfortable and relaxing. It is also only a short walk to a very good pub, Twice Brewed, great for unwinding after a day exploring the wall. We would certainly recommend the cottage as a perfect base.

    Reviewed by Dawn5.0Sep 2023

  • "Lovely stay at the kiosk."

    Very friendly welcome from Sam and Branston. Lovely touches with fresh bread, butter and milk in the kiosk for us arriving and a lovely doggy gift bag for our two dogs. We had everything we needed for a great stay and fantastic location for visiting nearby sites.

    Reviewed by Kirsty5.0Aug 2023

  • "What a perfect location for visiting the historic sites in the area."

    The property has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The kitchen is well equipped and the home made bread, butter, milk and dog treats on arrival were such a sweet idea. We loved seeing Branston's face at the window whenever he popped by to say hello. Considering how windy it was all week there was not a single rattle or whistle showing how well insulated it was. We were never cold and the shower was nice and powerful. The owners are very friendly and on hand to assist with anything. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will return to complete the sites we missed.

    Reviewed by Simone5.0Aug 2023

  • "Wouldn't go again."

    Far too small. Bed terrible. Television never worked, had to keep getting help for it. Needed a thorough deep clean. Very disappointing. Maybe just about big enough for one person if cleaned properly

    Reviewed by Carol2.2Aug 2023

  • "Very friendly owner."

    No problems. Only suggestion for improvement would be to provide some operating instructions for things like the dishwasher, otherwise we had a lovely time Wife complained the water was too hot!

    Reviewed by David5.0Jul 2023

  • "Beautiful cottage."

    Everything was there what we needed. Nice quiet location. Very comfy bed too. My wife is disabled and she managed this cottage really well with no problems at all but she isn't an indoor wheelchair user. Great shower en suite. Plenty of storage for everything. Extremely wonderful views and great location to get around all areas. Sam is really lovely and welcoming and we also made a little friend Branston Sam's dog. He was so lovely my wife wanted to take him home with us lol. Highly recommend this cottage. You won't be disappointed. Thank you Sam and Branston for making our stay a great one.

    Reviewed by Jeffery5.0Jun 2023

  • "We had a lovely few days at Vallum Kiosk and would recommend a stay at this property"

    Reviewed by Ann5.0Jun 2023

  • "I was looking for a nice relaxing holiday and that's exactly what I got."

    I very much enjoyed my week at Vallum Kiosk which was very well equipped and well situated for getting around to see the surrounding area and further afield. I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a base to stay while visiting Northumberland.

    Reviewed by Kenneth5.0May 2023

  • "An amazing little cottage in a perfect location."

    Reviewed by Joanne5.0May 2023

  • "Very nice clean cottage with excellent faciilities."

    Owner went out of her way to please with a lovely loaf of fresh bread on arrival and small present for my dog which she enjoyed. Sorry I missed owner before I left, thought sh e would be busy serving breakfasts. Thankyou for a very enjoyable week in a lovely area. Sheila and Miaya (dog)

    Reviewed by Sheila5.0May 2023

  • "Absolutely loved our stay, will definitely be back."

    Reviewed by Kelly5.0May 2023

  • "Nice little cottage, perfect for walking or rides out to local towns."

    Reviewed by Edward5.0May 2023

  • "Lovely place to stay - second time we have booked it, everything you need to make your stay comfortable."

    Reviewed by John5.0Apr 2023

  • "A small but perfectly formed property."

    Has everything you need and very comfortable. Lovely and warm and lots of hot water. Very good pub and brewery within walking distance. Lots to do and see in the area. Sam the owner is very friendly and helpful.

    Reviewed by Margaret5.0Mar 2023

  • "We absolutely loved everything about the holiday."

    The kiosk was perfect for us and the 2 dogs and a canary, its very clean with great decor (we loved the cushions), with everything you'd need in the kitchen(also there is a small box freezer in the fridge for when your planning your meals to take also sam(lovely lady) will put some in her chest freezer if you take to much (plenty of coffee), the bathroom was spotless and the shower could hit the temperature I liked (very hot, just remember to turn it back down before the wife gets in, Oops)(also there's hand-wash, body wash, conditioner and shampoo (luckily this was my job to pack and I forgot)), bedroom again spotless plenty of storage, a soft bed (wife loved the lamps), lounge has a very comfy settee (we both dozed off a few times after the long walks) TV has all the free view channels, there's a Bluetooth speaker to play your music/radio on, tons of books/maps/leaflets on the walks locally (there's 2 very good books with the history and maps we used every night to plan for the next day). Sam and Branston were amazing, Sam was so welcoming and friendly, she had put fresh loaf, fresh butter and fresh milk for when we arrived, also a doggy bag with toys and treats for the dogs (yes I forgot to pack there toys also, so saved my life twice now). Branston is amazing so happy and friendly he bought us gifts numerous times his pink pig mainly. The location is perfect right in the centre of the best parts of the wall (our opinion only) you have sycamore gap (wife's favourite), winshield crags (the highest point(my favourite, so I could have an I'm king of the world moment)), Allen Banks ancient woods is 5 minutes in the car, large carpark (£4) and toilets (which was the dogs favorite walk), there are many many more walks there this is just the highlights. We went in March 2023 for a week and had a mixture of weathers (perfect for us, and the wife's pictures) sunny, snowing, windy and a downpour which we got caught in we came back like drowned rats and Sam came straight out to us and offered to dry our clothes by the aga over night, we met an array of people on the walks from all over the world everyone chatty and friendly, there was no litter anywhere in all the locations. So all in all its was perfect, we'll definitely be visiting again in autumn this time.

    Reviewed by Natasha5.0Mar 2023

  • "Absolute gem run by a lovely lady who goes the extra mile to ensure a fabulous stay!"

    Ideally situated to explore Hadrians Wall and local museums but also explore further afield into Northumbria and North Cumbria. Very highly recommended!

    Reviewed by Gillian5.0Jan 2023

  • "We loved Vallum Kiosk, it's perfectly located for what we wanted, it was warm, comfortable and very clean."

    Everything worked smoothly and we came away well rested. The owner Samantha met us and we had a good chat, she really understands the needs of holiday cottage rentals and goes out of her way to get things right. She even phoned us as we were driving up to tell us the place was ready and we could go in early. We would highly recommend the cottage for a couple looking for a comfortable stay near Hadrians Wall. Brian and Lynda, Shropshire.

    Reviewed by Brian5.0Nov 2022

  • "Lovely little property in a very pretty location."

    Cosy and comfy, with everything needed for a happy stay.

    Reviewed by Marian5.0Oct 2022

  • "This was our second visit after a great week last year & it didn't disappoint ..."

    This was our second visit after a great week last year & it didn't disappoint After health problems I am temporarily in a wheelchair and as the lodge is single storey it was ideal The owner Sam & her lovely dog Branston were very welcoming with milk, butter & a freshly made loaf waiting for us We have recommended the place to family members who are going there in November

    Reviewed by Susan5.0Oct 2022

  • "Lovely little place."

    Very nice to be greeted with fresh bread, butter& milk. Very comfortable bed.

    Reviewed by Verenna5.0Oct 2022

  • "Our property owner is wonderful."

    She was extremely helpful. We had a lovely time.

    Reviewed by Anne5.0Aug 2022

  • "A perfect little kiosk in a great location, the addition of fresh bread, butter and milk was a bonus."

    Reviewed by Clare4.4Jul 2022

  • "Lovely comfortable cottage in great walking area."

    Great for dogs and very helpful and friendly owner. Will definitely be back.

    Reviewed by Sheila5.0Jul 2022

  • "Ideal little cottage for the two of us and the dog."

    Sam and Branston very friendly and helpful. Little gifts ie:Homemade Bread

    Reviewed by Paul5.0Jul 2022


    Clean, Comfortable and Well Equipped holiday stay. Received a very warm welcome on arrival Samantha had turned on heating & lighting plus Loaf of Lovely Bread which was appreciated after a very long journey. Samantha went out of her way to make sure our stay was enjoyable. Lovely walks from the cottage . Not to forget being introduced to Branston (dog). Would definitely recommend this Property

    Reviewed by Christine5.0Jun 2022

  • "Very warm welcome ,very helpful and informative."

    Felt very comfortable.Lovely bread.

    Reviewed by Lyn5.0May 2022

  • "A cosy little cottage everything we needed was there and ideally placed for everywhere we wanted to visit ."

    We both enjoyed our stay there and were warmly welcomed .

    Reviewed by Michael5.0May 2022

  • "The cottage is small but perfectly adequate for 2 people and had everything we needed for an enjoyable stay."

    We received a warm welcome from Samantha and Branston the dog and were provided with freshly baked bread, milk, butter and a plentiful supply of tea and coffee. The cottage is well placed for visiting places of interest along Hadrian's Wall and further afield and there are useful information leaflets available, and also a book of circular walks. We would certainly recommend it.

    Reviewed by Margaret3.8Apr 2022

  • "Clean, comfortable and cosy accommodation within easy access of the beautiful Northumbrian countryside."

    Samantha and Branston her dog were most welcoming, fresh baked bread, milk and butter as a welcome for the humans and a ball and treats for the four legged guest. The accommodation was well presented with all the essentials such as washing up liquid, tea coffee & sugar and toiletries provided which was a lovely touch. The hot shower & comfortable bed was most welcome after a long day of exploring. Located within walking distance of Hadrians wall, the famous Sycamore Gap, Vindolanda and the Sill with many other Northumbrian beauty spots within an hours car journey along scenic routes. Throughly enjoyed our stay here I’m sure we will return there is definitely more exploring to do !

    Reviewed by Julie5.0Apr 2022

  • "This is a small but well-appointed cottage in a fabulous location really near to Hadrian's Wall."

    We were very comfortable and the owner was very kind, supplying us with home-made bread and local knowledge. I expect the cooker worked, but didn't try it as I regard a holiday as "no-cooking" time. In real life, I normally cook from scratch. The local pub is fine - pub food , but quite a good variety. I was pleased to find a vacuum in the cupboard as our dog is rather hairy, so it was good to get the worst off before we left. Sorry didn't leave it perfect!

    Reviewed by Dorothy4.7Apr 2022

  • "Great spot to explore Hadrian’s Wall, and surrounding area."

    Reviewed by Anthony4.7Mar 2022

  • "We had a lovely stay at The Kiosk, ideally situated for beautiful walks right from front door."

    The Kiosk was cozy and comfortable and the owner Sam was delightful and welcoming. We would definitely return as so many walks we would still like to do.

    Reviewed by Patricia5.0Mar 2022

  • "Lovely comfy cottage made even more welcome with delicious home made bread and ..."

    Lovely comfy cottage made even more welcome with delicious home made bread and butter and milk in the fridge will definitely reccomend

    Reviewed by Christine5.0Feb 2022

  • "Owner Sam introduced herself when we arrived and told us to go see her if any problems."

    accommodation is small but adequate,the sofa was ok not keen on table and chairs but that's our preference and has ample kitchen equipment and nice to have a dishwasher. the bedroom was nicely done but the mattress has seen better days. the shower room was nicely done but the sink is a bit large hence we got dried in the bedroom and the towels,hand towels and tea towels were provided. it only has blinds at the windows and is near the road and we would imagine the sun would shine through and the road although not to busy would be noisey in the summer as its a big walking area. it was quite dusty and we felt it could have been cleaner and the internet is not reliable although Sam did try to sort that out. overall we enjoyed it there and the twice brewed pub is very good for food and real ale although a limited menu. would we go again yes we would as there was a lot of places we would have liked to have visited but were shut at that time. overall we had a good stay.

    Reviewed by Audrey3.4Jan 2022

  • "Had a very chilled and relaxed week at Vallum Kiosk."

    Sam was an absolutely delight as a host, and Branston the dog was so adorable, we were going to dog nap him. Lovely greeting from Sam and Branston, the home made bread supplied by Sam was delicious. All in all a very pleasant week at Vallum Kiosk, we hope to be back soon. Isobel, Elaine ,Lesley and the dogs, Mickey and Murphy x

    Reviewed by Isobel5.0Dec 2021

  • "Our first visit to Vallum Kiosk, and won’t be our last!"

    Superbly located close to Vindolanda, Housesteads, The Sill, fantastic walking area. The Kiosk is perfect for two, we found it warm and cosy despite below freezing temperatures. Everything you need to cater for yourself, a nice comfortable bed, clean and tidy, and lots of extras such as toiletries, coffee pods and a delicious home baked loaf! We arrived after bad storms, and the Wifi connection was a tad iffy, but adequate. Plenty of parking space, and huge bonus for us, the property is dog friendly, with a short walk adjacent. The owner is very nice, and on hand next door should anything be required. We will definitely return again. Thank you.

    Reviewed by Deborah Jane5.0Dec 2021

  • "The accomodation was excellent and we had a great time there."

    Everything was first class and the surrounding area has plenty to offer. Will definitely be booking again.

    Reviewed by Stuart5.0Nov 2021

  • "We love it here the owner sam is next door with her lovely dog branston yes the ..."

    We love it here the owner sam is next door with her lovely dog branston yes the road can be a bit busy but no street light no neighbours very peaceful plenty to see in a very short distance

    Reviewed by James1.6Nov 2021

  • "Excellent wee cottage, perfectly situated for exploring the area."

    Cottage is very clean and well decorated and has everything anyone could need for a holiday. A fenced area for the dog was a bonus. The owner was very kind and helpful, and the freshly baked bread on arrival was a welcome addition.

    Reviewed by Averil5.0Oct 2021

  • "Our first week away since lockdown so we had been really looking forward to this ..."

    Our first week away since lockdown so we had been really looking forward to this break and it lived up to all expectations The unit was wonderful and the owner Sam & her friendly little companion Branston made us very welcome - we hope to return

    Reviewed by Susan5.0Oct 2021

  • "We had booked for a fortnight, checking was simple and easy including a friendly welcome from the resident dog, Branston."

    The cottage was small but comfy. The owner was excellent providing various local information that we required and as the cottage did not have a washing machine offered to do a load of washing for us on the middle Saturday and was totally happy to using our soap nuts which we have for my husband’s allergy. We totally intend to return in the future

    Reviewed by Sally5.0Aug 2021

  • "The cottage although small has all you need for a week away ,there was plenty of cupboard space for a weeks shopping(Freezer box in fridge ) ,and a weeks clothes for 2 people ,we took our own iron and hair dryer but the host was so friendly next door i am sure she would lend anything people needed if they forget anything ."

    The T.V. had good reception ,there was a nespresso coffee machine and pods provided ,fresh milk and Homemade Bread on Arrival ,there are grassy areas at the rear to take your dog out, the cottage is situated a short walk from Hadrians Wall and the Maple Gap ,the Sill Visitor centre with gift shop, exhibition and coffee shop is 5 min walk ,the Award winning Twice Brewed Inn 350yd stroll .

    Reviewed by Louisa3.8Aug 2021

  • "Property very close to very busy road, appearance from outside is tatty, very run down, there is a weed growing out of the window surround."

    Dead plants in pots. Lawn area at side littered with owners dog faeces. Not dog secure at all, lawn at back was not maintained, gutted and inadequately fenced. Inside there was black mould on windows, frames, one section of wall, cobwebs throughout, dust build up on skirting boards. A large number of woodlice in all rooms. I spoke to owner about windows and mould, they are to be replaced. Cleaning was inadequate, especially regarding covid! The whole area around property was neglected and unloved, so different from her b&b property. Needs inspecting by Sykes. I have photographs.

    Reviewed by Yvonne2.8Jun 2021

  • "Great little place to stay if you want to enjoy Hadrians Wall and the Northumberland countryside."

    The Kiosk is well equipped with everything you need for your stay. The owner is a lovely person and very helpful. Overall a Perfect week.

    Reviewed by Craig5.0May 2021

  • "The cottage is compact, but the space was quite adequate for one person and two large dogs."

    It is very dog friendly, although people who want to bring their dogs should be aware that adjacent to the property is a field of sheep and the gate to the road is left open - necessary because it also provides access to the farm and the adjacent field. The facilities were good - cooking facilities were good - and I appreciated the range of utensils provided, and the fact that there were sharp knives!! There is even a dishwasher - with tablets provided! The ensuite shower room was lovely - I particularly liked the mirror with its built in lights!! The shower is electric, and worked very well. Sam, the owner, was lovely - friendly and helpful and provided basics of tea, coffee, sugar some butter and milk as well as beautiful home baked loaf of bread - much appreciated. All in all this was a lovely place to stay with a lovely hostess.

    Reviewed by Eve5.0May 2021

  • "This is a lovely kiosk in a amazing location."

    It had everything we needed for our stay, it was clean, modern and warm. Our hostess and Branston, her dog, were both there to welcome us when we arrived with smiles, friendliness and a wagging tail. Wonderful walks on the doorstep, as is a very nice pub. We will definitely be going back and will also use the B&B next door when reopened.

    Reviewed by Charlotte5.0Apr 2021

  • "The holiday accommodation had everything we needed to make our stay comfortable with the owner Sam providing thoughtful extra little touches for our stay, e."

    G. a small welcome pack of butter, milk, tea and bread, that got our stay off to a lovely start. Situated in a lovely location, we highly recommend the cottage and will be looking to return in the future with our 2 dogs.

    Reviewed by Julie4.7Sep 2020

  • "Samantha is a delightful lady and would definitely return in what is a beautiful area."

    Branson the dog is also a fine young chap who visited us regularly to check up on his guests. Small dwelling however for a couple with a dog like ourselves it’s all we needed for our short break.

    Reviewed by Adrian4.1Sep 2020

  • "The cottage was very well appointed and had everything in that you could need."

    Samanther was very helpful the home made bread good. The location was within easy reach of many of the Roman historical locations.

    Reviewed by Clive5.0Aug 2020

  • "Samantha was the perfect host."

    Made us feel very welcome. Branston the spaniel was an added bonus he is a lovely little boy

    Reviewed by Sam5.0Aug 2020

  • "Just what we wanted peaceful lovely scenery"

    Reviewed by James4.4Jul 2020

  • "I spent a very comfortable week in this lovely, quirky cottage where owner Sam was always at hand to provide any help required and easygoing enough to leave you to your own devices."

    This a lovely, wild location - ideal for exploring Hadrian’s Wall and close to the celebrated Sycamore Gap - but equally accessible to facilities in Hexham, Brampton, Hatltwhistle and delightful Corbridge. An added bonus is the proximity of the Twice Brewed Inn replete with welcoming fires, food worth going out of the way for, great beer brewed on the premises and wonderful staff who always had a friendly greeting - in response to which I would like to say, “Yes, I’m alright”.

    Reviewed by Ronald5.0Feb 2020

  • "Nice little holiday home."

    Ideal for visiting Hadrian's wall and general walking. Nice pub just up the road serving food and real ales made on the premises.

    Reviewed by Paul4.1Feb 2020

  • "We had a lovely time."

    The kiosk was clean ,warm and welcoming.Everything catered for.highly recommended.

    Reviewed by Anita5.0Feb 2020

  • "Enjoyed all aspects of the holiday- especially places of interest to visit."

    Kiosk was extremely comfortable and a lovely place to come to relax.

    Reviewed by John4.7Dec 2019

  • "Charming cosy cottage ideal for a relaxing break and an ideal base to explore the Northumberland scenery and view the amazing stars due to the extremely dark sky."

    The kiosk although small has everything you need and it’s tastefully furnished with a very comfortable bed. The host was lovely and very approachable if you needed anything.

    Reviewed by Bev5.0Nov 2019

  • "Softer lighting in living area would be better rather than the overhead central light - perhaps a small standard lamp which could be adjusted for reading and / or watching TV ?"

    Everything else suited our purpose very well and we were very comfortable as were our two elderly whippets!

    Reviewed by Diana4.7Oct 2019

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  • All-ground-floor
  • Double bedroom with en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, sitting area and dining area
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hobs, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Front patio and rear lawned area
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 3.6 mikes, pub 0.3 miles

The property

Haltwhistle 3.7 miles.

Positioned on Military Road, a long stretch made by the Romans, Vallum Kiosk is rich in history and wonder, in a prime location for exploring the sights of Northumberland.

With a cosy interior and charming exterior, this property makes the perfect stay for a romantic getaway with your loved one, not forgetting the dogs, too.

Head on through the front gates and park up at your property, on the same lands as the owner’s B&B, you can be sure that this area is a real tourist hotspot.

Head on through the front door and into the open-plan living space of your holiday property, with a kitchen, sitting area and dining room in one, this modest and modern spot is an ideal space to spend relaxing in evenings with a chilled glass of wine and a good book.

The bedroom is a perfect area to get a good night’s sleep, a cosy spot to snuggle up in under the stars and complete with an en-suite shower room.

In the mornings, grab a coffee from the machine and head outside onto the patio for a fresh of fresh air to start your day off right.

At the back of the property is a lovely lawned area, where the dogs can play freely while you take in the historic sights ahead; part of the original Hadrian’s Wall is right on your doorstep, so there’s no better place to immerse yourself in history and culture.

In the evenings, take a stroll along Hadrian's Wall National Trail Path.

Close by you can also find even more Roman remains; the fortress of the Vindolanda a short walk away, where you can discover an archaeological site and museum offering insights into the past of the area.

Take a stroll into Kielder Forest Park, boasting the famous tree from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, this wonderful National Trust Walk is an ideal spot to enjoy a picnic amongst the stunning settings of the countryside.

For a day full of action and excitement, head to the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, with its stunning castle and cathedral, the seaside of Whitley Bay, multiple museums and a quay perfect for shopping, eating and drinking, there’s a wide variety of activity here offering something for all tastes.

Vallum Kiosk is an exquisite history-enriched property, perfect for a getaway with your loved one surrounded by beautiful scenery and a wide selection of action-packed activities.

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About the location


Hexham 17 miles.

Known as the 'Centre of Britain', this small market town is a great place from which to explore both Northumberland and Cumbria. Haltwhistle boasts a good range of shops and pubs - one of which, The Black Bull, is a real ale pub serving good food! There is an excellent leisure centre with heated open air swimming pool and cycle hire in the town, with pony trekking nearby. One of the best preserved stretches of Hadrian's Wall is only a mile to the north with various museums, forts and milecastles to be seen. There is even an ongoing 'dig' at the nearby site of Vindolanda. This truly is magnificent walking, riding and cycling country, with the Pennine Way and various bridleways and cycle routes passing rivers, forests, castles and of course, Hadrian's Wall. Visitors will enjoy this location in all weather and all seasons – a regular train and bus service from the town to Newcastle, The Metro Centre and Carlisle, means that you can leave the car behind and enjoy!

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This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas