The Old School House - 4 star B&B accommodation, Haltwhistle, Northumberland
A new 4 star, 5 bedroom B&B in Haltwhistle, Northumberland. Family, Walking and Cycling friendly accommodation situated close to Hadrian's Wall and Pennine Way long distance footpath in Northumberland.
A warm welcome, excellent facilities for walkers and cyclists and a brilliant breakfast for the ideal start to your day. Completely refurbished with comfortable bedrooms, spacious guest rooms and drying and storage facilities for walkers and cyclists. Stay with us between 10 March and 3 April 2020 and save 25% on all room rates. It's the perfect excuse to visit Hadrian's Wall and Northumberland.
Lovely ground floor Double Room in our 4 star B&B in Haltwhistle, Northumberland. With ensuite bathroom, completely refurbished with new large shower, super comfortable bed and beautiful decoration.
Two large Twin Rooms with ensuite bathrooms completely refurbished with super comfortable beds, lovely decoration and everything you need for the perfect stay here in Haltwhistle, Northumberland.
Beautiful first floor bedroom that can be booked as either a Twin or Double Room in our 4 star B&B in Haltwhistle, Northumberland.
Completely refurbished with a large ensuite bathroom. Lots of space, super comfortable beds and newly decorated. Please specify when booking whether you would like it as a double or a twin room.
We love this house, so close to the centre of Haltwhistle in Northumberland, itself described as 'the centre of Britain' and within easy reach of Hadrian's Wall and the Pennine Way long distance footpath. It's an old school house, built in about 1870 and recently a photography school and workshop. Five rooms are available, four on the upper floor and a double room on the ground floor. They are simply but neatly decorated, all with TV and tea/coffee making facilities and each with an ensuite or private bathroom. There's good wifi throughout the house and a utility room to dry out any wet gear. There is also a communal lounge and dining room.
We are close to Pennine Way and Hadrian's Wall long distance footpaths and ideally situated for visiting Hadrian's Wall and museums. Local shops, places to eat, the railway station, bus stops and the Hadrian's Wall Bus Service (Easter - end September) are all within easy walking distance.
We have secure storage for bikes and a range of bicycle repair equipment.
Group Getaway in Northumberland
Book for 6 people at The Old School House in Haltwhistle, Northumberland and you can bring up to another three guests for free. So that's a group of nine and only pay for six. Total cost for the house for one night is £255.00. This offer is only available during November, December, January and February. To get the deal YOU MUST TELEPHONE 07792 270 262.
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Explore Vindolanda, the most excavated site on the Roman Frontier, and its world class museum with a not to be missed outstanding collection of Roman objects.
Without doubt, this is the most exciting archaeological site on Hadrian's Wall, home of Britain’s top treasure, the Vindolanda writing tablets. Guided site tours often available.
Over forty years of active archaeology has brought this Roman frontier site and its people straight from the past right into the present.
Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site
We are within walking distance of the best section of Hadrian’s Wall, the north-west frontier of the Roman empire for nearly 300 years. At 73 miles long it marches across northern Britain from sea to sea. The most famous of all the frontiers of the Roman Empire, Hadrian’s Wall was made a World Heritage Site in 1987. Explore ruined forts, the museums and a Roman town along the wall to find out more about life on the northern frontier.
Housesteads Roman Fort
Set high on a dramatic escarpment on Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site, Housesteads Roman Fort takes you back to the Roman Empire. Wander the barrack blocks and the hospital. Peer into the oldest toilets you'll ever see, and admire the stunning panoramic views from this ancient fortress. The interactive museum showcases objects once belonging to Roman soldiers, and the mini-cinema will take you on a journey through time.
Steel Rigg and Sycamore Gap
For spectacular views of Hadrian’s wall, take a short drive to Steel Rigg and treat yourself to some of the best viewpoints on Hadrian’s Wall. This is also the closest car park to Sycamore gap, a must-see on any trip to Hadrian’s Wall.
Just a short walk from Steel Rigg Car Park you can see the Wall snaking up and along the crags, with the lake of Crag Lough in the distance.
Crag Lough was formed by glaciers in the last Ice Age and is one of the four Roman Wall Loughs. The other three are Broomlee, Greenlee and Halleypike.
The Sill, named after the nearby internationally-renowned geological feature, the Great Whin Sill, is the UK’s National Landscape Discovery Centre at Once Brewed in the Northumberland National Park. It is an iconic new building that harmoniously reflects the distinctiveness of the Northumbrian landscape in both its shape and the materials used in its construction.
Its centrepiece is a beautiful Whin Sill grass roof, planted to replicate the unique natural grasslands of the surrounding area. The Sill’s fully accessible living roof sweeps gently upwards, giving visitors a bird’s eye vantage point across one of the UK’s most magnificent landscapes and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall.
Pennine Way National Trail
Haltwhistle is perfectly placed for anyone planning to walk some or all of this 268-mile world-famous trail through the finest upland scenery in England. While the trail skirts the town, it is easy to leave the trail and walk to The Old School House and then resume your journey after a good night's rest, sorting your kit and a hearty breakfast.
Hadrian's Wall National Trail
The Old School House is perfectly placed for anyone planning to walk part, or indeed all, of the 84 miles from coast to coast following the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall, past Roman settlements and forts. There's history every step of the way, and a warm welcome, super comfortable beds, excellent facilities and a wonderful breakfast to set you up for the next stage of the Trail.
National Route 72 stretches the length of Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site in the North of England and passes through Haltwhistle. Magnificent coastal views, breathtaking countryside, roman forts and museums, inspiring modern attractions, quaint villages and attractive market towns, all set in a World Heritage Site: this cycle route has it all!
You will ride through some of England's most dramatic and wild countryside where you can get away from it all and enjoy the freedom of cycling in this unspoilt area. We have secure cycle storage and repair facilities as well as all the comforts of a top Bed & Breakfast.