Our cosy, peaceful holiday cottage is ideal for a couple or small family who wish to discover the rich history of Hadrian’s Wall and the Roman forts or the magical Northumberland National Park.
Attached to our home; but entirely private, Hill House Hideaway is decep
Enjoy your stay in our lovely cottage. For a luxurious break in peaceful surrounding, the cottage sleeps three people in two bedrooms with lots of space to stretch out in comfort. We hope we have thought of every need and creature comfort you'll wish to make your vacati
Keepers cottage offers country luxury, within the peace and tranquility of Northumberland National Park. The cottage is less than 2 miles from the best section of Hadrian's Wall. It is situated in a rural location just north of Hadrian's wall, about 5 miles north of the
Situated in a peaceful location, perfect to enjoy the lovely views and countryside walks, Shepherds Cottage is a cosy, comfortable and well equipped cottage.
On the ground floor there is a large entrance hallway, ideal for outdoor clothing, a bathroom, and 2 bedrooms,
We spent 5 nights at this little cottage in the middle of the countryside. From the very start it felt so welcoming and we loved it. There were no issues arranging the stay from NZ; everything went … More
Situated in a peaceful valley at the confluence of two streams, this site would have been sacred to the Romans and is still a very special place today. With the ramparts of the fort guarding the farm yard to the west and the only Roman milestone left standing intact in
We were a little nervous about going to Codley Gate, as it had recently been bought by the Vindolanda Trust and we had booked with the previous owners. We need not have worried – everything was exac… More
“Staying at Codley Gate Cottage makes you feel part of a very happy family at Vindolanda.”
Reviewed 20 Jul 2014
We have just spent two wonderful weeks at Codley Gate cottage with my three teenage girls and my mum and dad. As soon as we arrived we felt extremely welcomed by Colin and Sonia. The welcome pack and … More
Grade II listed fortified farmhouse known locally as a Northumbrian Bastle house.
Built to withstand attack from warring clans in the 16th century, with 3ft thick walls, flagstones, oak beams, stone roof with rare wrestler ridge of interlocking stones and walled court