See the best of Hadrian's Wall Country and get some real peace and quiet at Hideaway Huts, hidden away near Northumberland National Park
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With the spectacular countryside of Northumberland National Park on one side and the Pennines on the other, the Hideaway Huts enjoy on of Northern England's most enviable locations. It’s the perfect setting for a tranquil getaway within reach of The Lake District, Newcastle and the Scottish Borders
You have two fully furnished huts to choose from, The Bothy and The Shieling, both just a few miles from Hadrian’s Wall and the archaeological site, Vindolanda. Located in a quiet meadow, each hut features an open-plan living space which opens out on to a veranda with fine views across the South Tyne Valley.
Inside, you have an electric stove to keep you warm as you enjoy the Smart TV, Netflix and digital radio. The kitchenette is equipped with a hob, a Combination oven providing conventional cooking, grill and microwave and fridge, plus there will be a welcome pack with some nice treats waiting for you on arrival.
Screened off from the living area, the bedroom has a king-size double bed, which can be converted to two singles if required. There’s a bath and overhead shower, WC and even a washing machine in each of these cleverly designed Hideaway Huts.
This is a great spot for stargazing, with telescopes, binoculars and star charts available to help you make the most of Northumberland’s dark skies. If it’s the history of this corner of England you are interested in, the Hideaway Huts have plenty on their doorstep. Alongside Hadrian’s Wall and the Vindolanda Roman Army Museum, the Beamish Open Air Museum ranks as one of the north's top attractions, while Alnwick Castle is another popular choice in the direction of Northumberland’s rugged, windswept coast.
It’s easy to get around the area with Bardon Mill train station close by, and bus services also run through the village. You can even go as far as Newcastle, around 30 miles away, which – paired up with neighbouring Gateshead – continues to be one of northern England’s most exciting cities. Attractions like the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Sage music venue and the Millennium Bridge bring many visitors to the area, and river cruises along the Tyne are a great way to get to know the place.
With the Northumberland National Park and Kielder Forest stretching as far as the Scottish border, there is near-endless beautiful country-side to enjoy - and a Hideaway Hut makes the perfect base for your exploration.
Secure storage for cycles and out-door gear in on-site utility / locker and drying room.
Excellent rail and bus links from the nearby village
Newcastle upon Tyne 35 miles
Single night bookings are available Monday to Thursday inclusive. Minimum booking Friday to Sunday inclusive is 2 nights. There are no hidden extras
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