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Hadrian Cottage is on the Roman wall trail 8 metres from the wall in the village with 2 pubs, a cafe, garage and shop. It is a bright and sunny cottage with 4 bedrooms and everything that you need sleeping 6 comfortably. Easy access to Newcastle as well as the countryside. (Min 4 guests pricing during the festive period please).

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The house is bright and sunny in the morning. There are 4 bedrooms with the additional option of the garage annexe Hadrian hideout to sleep up to 8 when the host isn't there. There is a porch with additional dining table a lounge dining area , downstairs loo and kitchen on the ground floor of the cottage. The garden has garden seating , BBQ and firepit. There are three bedrooms on the first floor and newly fitted bathroom. The master bedroom is in the attic on the next floor.
Hadrian Cottage is on the Roman wall trail 8 metres from the wall in the village with 2 pubs, a cafe, garage and shop. It is a bright and sunny cottage with 4 bedrooms and everything that you need sleeping 6 comfortably. Easy access to Newcastle as well as the countryside. (Min 4 guests pricing during the festive period please).

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The house is bright and sunny in the morning. There are 4 bedrooms with the additional option of the garage annexe Hadrian hideout to sleep up to 8 when the host isn't there. There is a porch with additional dining table a lounge dining area , downstairs loo and k…

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Heddon on the Wall, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Verenigd Koninkrijk

Heddon village is a historic village with the Roman wall running right through it. There is some beautiful walks and views to the south of the village where you can walk to Close House and George Stephenson's cottage and the river Tyne within a mile or two. It is a great location as you can get into Newcastle centre in 15 minutes or up to Corbridge countryside in 15 minutes or to the beach in 20 minutes.
Here is some of my local recommendations to eat, drink, walk and visit and about the North east in general.

Heddon on the Wall
The main shop in the village is the garage spar which you can see from the house.
There is 2 pubs in the village. The Swan is ok for a drink and food. The Three Tuns next door is very much a local pub.
Dingle Dell is the local café, it also sells farm produce and deli items, it is 2 minutes’ walk from the house, Sharon the owner is a very knowledgeable local. Just walk along the road into the village. You can get breakfast there.
The church in the village is very old. Some parts date back to 600 AD. Worth a visit if you like historical places.
http://heddonhistory.weebly.com/st-andrews-church.html
There is a large section of the Roman wall on the far (East side) side of the village you can walk along.
The main road at the front of the drive. If you head along the road towards Horsley /Wylam you will reach Wylam Bewery. It is in walking distance. http://www.wylambrewery.co.uk/
Just a little further is a turning for Close House Golf club. It is a beautiful manor house with views across the Tyne Valley and a very nice Golf club.http://closehouse.com/
Wylam
This is a nice village just 1.5 miles west just further on from Close House.
There are 4 pubs in the village. If you like real ales The Boat House is definitely worth a trip. It is next to Wylam train station.
http://www.theboathousewylam.com/#about-us
The Black bull is the most popular in the village and does a decent pub meal. http://blackbull-wylam.co.uk/
There is a restaurant – The Bistro (opposite the ship) I have always had a nice meal there.
http://bistroenglaze.webs.com/
There is also the Wood Oven Pizza – fab home-made pizzas.
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g2308885-d6131971-r192634423-The_Wood_Oven-
Wylam_Northumberland_England.html
There is a couple of nice café’s in Wylam. Daniel Farm as you go out the village towards Crawcrook does breakfasts and lunch. If you walk up the road past Daniel Farm you will reach Bradley Gardens. https://www.facebook.com/danielfarmwylam/
It is a Victorian walled garden (also selling plants etc.) It has a beautiful old conservatory café. Gorgeous breakfast and lunch and fabulous Sunday dinner. http://www.bradley-gardens.co.uk/
There is two coffee shops in the village. Frenches does lovely home made cakes. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-
g2308885-d5504790-Reviews-French_s-Wylam_Northumberland_England.html

There is a lovely walk from my house down to Close House. If you head straight across the road and down Heddon Banks there is
views to Newcastle and the river Tyne. Follow the walk and you will eventually reach Close House.(Very elite Golf club!). There is a
very nice club house called NB 19 which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
You can continue the walk from Close House down to the River Tyne and you reach George Stephenson’s house
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/george-stephensons-birthplace
(Which you can visit and follow the track which is the original George Stephensons railway line along the River Tyne. If you turn right you reach Wylam, left to Newburn which ends up at the Keelman pub with the micro-brewery. I must warn you the Prince Bishop ale is very strong!! http://biglampbrewers.co.uk/keelman-pub/
Horsley
This is the next village along Hexham Road. There is a nice old pub which does good food called the Lion and Lamb. http://lionlamb-horsley.co.uk/
Military Road
The road that runs behind my house is the Military Road that follows Hadrian’s Wall. If you go along for approx. 4 miles you get to
The Robin Hood pub which does nice food. There is also a lovely farm shop, café and restaurant on the other side of the road called
the Vallum.
http://www.vallumfarm.co.uk/
Just a little further up the road is a brewery where you can go for a tour and there is also a restaurant and coffee shop.
http://www.highhousefarmbrewery.co.uk/brewery-tours
Just further up on the Military Road is a turning for Matfen. Matfen has a lovely country hall and golf club, spa, go ape course etc and
is nice for lunch or dinner.
http://www.matfenhall.com/

Ponteland
Is a large village about 3 miles away north of Heddon. It’s good for a night out if you don’t want to go into Newcastle or up to Corbridge.
There is a lovely restaurant called Fratellis. http://www.fratelliponteland.co.uk/
I always have had excellent reasonably priced food there. There is also a new wine bar called YOLO across the road. There are 3 pubs in the village. The Diamond, The Seven Stars and The Blackbird. http://www.yolo.uk.com/There is also an Italian’s Rialto’s, Post box café is good on the main road. If you like Indian food there is a restaurant in the village but there is also a new Indian restaurant called Havelli in Darras Hall (up the road and actually nearer to Heddon.)A taxi there is usually around £8. I use LA taxis. 01912877777. http://lataxis.co.uk/

The Roman Wall
There is so much of the Roman wall I would recommend visiting. The toughest walking is about 5 miles before you reach Haydon Bridge if your heading East and then from Milecastle through to House steads. Remote and beautiful though. A good walk I would recommend if you want something shorter is 8 miles circular route. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hadrians-wall-and-housesteads-fort/trails/housesteads-to-steel-rigg-circular-walk
There are lots of photos of my walk on my facebook account. Feel free to send me a friend request.
https://www.facebook.com/mandy.tulip/media_set?set=a.10206125868880786.1073741828.1085004235&type=3

Corbridge
Corbride is a pretty historic town.I love going to Corbridge on a Friday night or Saturday . There are some lovely little shops, cafes and restaurants, pubs, a lovely river walk too. There is a car park on the south side of the bridge with a marked walk along the river going West. You can also walk East and it is a lovely quiet walk along the river. There is a quirky pub next to the River on the South side called the Dyvels. http://thedyvels.co.uk/.
You can get the train from Wylam or there is a bus stop directly across the road from my drive which only takes 15 minutes. A taxi is about £15. It is worth a visit. I often get the bus there and a taxi back.
There is a number of antique shops too.
http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/corbridge-roman-town-hadrians-wall/
I really like the Angel on the main street. Food is fab and there is a lovely bar.
http://theangelofcorbridge.com/
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Newcastle City Centre
There is so much to do and see in Newcastle. I am not sure where to start. I think it is a great city. Everything is quite compact and to
a lot of people’s surprise is quite beautiful!
A good place to start is the Monument in Newcastle. http://www.newcastlegateshead.com/city-guides/greys-monument You can walk up to the top on the 2nd April. It also near Eldon Square the indoor shopping centre. There is a great bar here, The Botanist as well as restaurants.
If you head downhill you walk along Grey Street which I think is a lovely street with some beautiful buildings. There is a lot of bars and restaurants around this area and also a great place for breakfast. You will also pass the Theatre Royal if you like the Theatre it is worth a trip too.
Literally if you keep walking down hill you head towards the quayside and join Dene street. Again lots of bars and restaurants. Once you are on the quayside if you head East you can walk along the river and see all the bridges. Right under the bridge is a good little bar. The Bridge Tavern. http://thebridgetavern.com/
There are plenty of bars and restaurants if you turn right. If you turn left further along the quayside is the Broad Chare which is great for posh pub food and real ales. http://www.thebroadchare.co.uk/
Heading along the Quayside you will see all of the bridges. You can walk across the Millenium bridge and visit the Baltic art centre.
(The rooftop restaurant Six is very good.) You also can go to The Sage which is a fantastic music venue.
http://www.newcastlegateshead.com/things-to-do/must-sees
There are lots of good place in Newcastle though! Once restaurant I would recommend is : http://www.blackfriarsrestaurant.co.uk/ It
is at the west side of town at The Gallowgate. Near St James Park
If you like live music and a dance. ‘As you like it’ is good. Just on the edge of the city centre (towards Jesmond’.
http://asyoulikeitjesmond.com/
There are so many good places now though, I would just google!

The Coast
The coast is my favourite part of the North East. It is very quiet even in the height of summer and I just hope it stays such a secret!
Tynemouth is not far from Newcastle and a lovely place to browse the quirky shops then wander down to the beach. It can get quite busy though on a weekend. There is a café right on long sands beach called Crusoes. Longsands is a great public beach. King Edwards bay which is the smaller of the two has Rileys fish shack right on the beach. Tynemouth is definitely worth a visit if you get time as there is a lovely old priory at the mouth of the Tyne. You can also wander down to the fish quay for fish and chips. Also a few nice restaurants. There is also a marina where I sail from called Royal Quays but it’s a little bit further along the river.
I would definitely spend a few days heading North up the coast to the quieter areas.
Alnmouth is a lovely spot and has a lovely beach walk. Either side of the Estuary is lovely. The sunset photograph above my dining table I took at the beach in Alnmouth and the dark buildings is also Alnmouth from the beach.
Another one of my favourite walks below:
You can either start at Craster or start at Newton by the sea and go in either direction.
If you drive up to Newton by the Sea. There is a great pub called http://joiners-arms.com/
You can then follow the little road down towards the beach at Low Newton. There is a lovely square of old fisherman’s cottages where
you can sit on the grass and enjoy a beer. http://www.shipinnnewton.co.uk/
The beach here is lovely white sand. If you head along the beach and continue to the end of the bay you reach Embleton Bay and get
site of Dunstanbrugh Castle. I think it is beautiful here.
If you start at Craster. It is a fishing village. Good pub overlooking the sea. http://www.thejollyfishermancraster.co.uk/
The village is famous for Craster kippers and you can visit the smokehouse and buy fish. http://www.kipper.co.uk/
You walk out of the village and across the field towards the castle. http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/dunstanburgh-castle/
If you continue around the headland you walk down to Embelton bay.
There is so many places to visit up the coast and walk. Bambrugh Beach and castle. http://www.bamburghcastle.com/
Alnwick castle and Gardens
http://www.alnwickcastle.com/
If you like nice beaches I would definitely visit Holy Island and Lindisfarne. You have to plan your journey though for the tide times.
There is a beautiful white sand beach if you follow the circular walk. http://www.holy-island.com/gallery/
You can also catch a boat from Seahouses to The Farne Islands. Again I would recommend doing this….. if you can fit it in! The birds
and seals are great. http://www.farne-islands.com/

2 other lovely beaches I love walking on are:
Ross Sands and Gosford sands which are further north.

Northumberland INLAND
I would recommend both of these. I have been to the observatory at Kielder and the star gazing is amazing and worth a trip.
http://www.newcastlegateshead.com/things-to-do/cragside-p733401

Cragside, my particular favourite, especially in June when the whole estate is a blaze with colour from the Rhododendrons & Azaleas
that cover the rocky crags around where this house was built. This was also the first house to be lit by hydroelectricity and well ahead
of its years with other ‘mod cons’.
Over on the western side of the county we find Kielder Water, the largest man-made lake in Western Europe. A 27 mile shoreline walk
provides a ‘marathon’ for the keenest of walkers, whilst many other smaller routes are available for all abilities. Surrounding the lake is
Britains largest forest covering 230 square miles and home to Roe Deer, Red Squirrels and many species of birds of Prey.

Lovely walks Inland North Northumberland off the beaten track!
http://www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/linhopespout.pdf
http://www.go4awalk.com/walks/walk-search/walk.php?walk=n216
Heddon village is a historic village with the Roman wall running right through it. There is some beautiful walks and views to the south of the village where you can walk to Close House and George Stephenson's c…

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I have been lucky to have travelled all over the world and I hope I can be a good host to all you travellers out there ! I work as a business manager in a local primary school and I love sailing yachts ! I am from the village and know the area very well so I would confident in helping my guests with travel advice !
I have been lucky to have travelled all over the world and I hope I can be a good host to all you travellers out there ! I work as a business manager in a local primary school and…
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