The Boatside Inn

The Boatside Inn sits on the north side of Warden Bridge and nestles between the river South Tyne and the slopes of Warden Hill. The pub has a popular restaurant, holiday cottages and bed & breakfast, and is half a mile from the A69 and 2 miles from Hexham.

Over the past 25 years, the business has been developed and managed by the Straker family, although, more recently, due to family health problems, it has been let out and is presently in the capable hands of Matt Cawood, with whom there is close liaison and regular management meetings.

Fallowfield Dene

Set in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall Country, Fallowfield Dene is a quiet wooded location with excellent facilities.

All spaces are surrounded by thoughtful landscaping using such trees as mountain ash and silver birch, to give you both privacy and an attractive outlook from your caravan. All pitches have a 16amp electric hook-up and the site roads are well maintained. After booking in, you’ll be allocated a space within one of the individual secluded areas each with a Roman name.

Walwick Hall

Set in 100 acres of stunning countryside, Walwick Hall Country Estate blends comfort and elegance of an English country retreat with a distinctively modern spirit.

A Grade II-listed country house hotel and seven luxury self-catering suites, all with a distinctive contemporary spirit. Where history and heritage are subtly married to exceptional modern design detailing; creating a refined but unstuffy atmosphere of luxurious elegance.

Morningside Holiday Cottage

This impressive stone built property sits within a third of an acre and has been divided to provide holiday accommodation suitable for the gathering of families and friends.

The property boasts oodles of character and the spacious lounge is positioned on the gable end where views across the garden can be enjoyed. Morningside is in a private position, tucked behind the small and welcoming village of Newbrough, approx 3 miles from Haydon Bridge where shops and inns are available.