Hexham and nearby Holiday Cottages

Hexham, located in the Tyne Valley and to the south west of Northumberland, is a historic market town that is in a great location to explore the North East. We have a handful of holiday cottages in the Hexham area for you to explore, should you wish to visit this lovely village and its nearby attractions, such as Hadrian’s Wall, the fabulous Northumberland countryside and the local International Dark Skies park. 

The Beacons is a modern and spacious two-bedroom apartment that can sleep four guests. This Hexham cottage is just a three-minute walk away from Hexham and is a safe, private building with on-site parking. Closeby is Sammys Place, another four guest, two-bed property which was built in the nineteenth century. Both self-catering properties are within driving distance of the UK’s most famous piece of Roman archaeology, Hadrian’s Wall. More specifically, visitors often find that the historic forts of Cortsopium, Chesters and Housesteads are within easy driving distance from Hexham centre. 

Visiting Hexham

Hexham itself also has a compelling history to discover. Hexham Abbey dominates the town centre, and dates back to the seventh century when the monastery was built. Nowadays, only the crypt remains of the original building, but the rest of the Abbey dates back to the eleventh century and still has a breath-taking interior, complete with intricate stained glass windows. Hexham is also home to the oldest prison in England, Hexham Old Gaol, which is now a museum and is open to visitors all year round.

Just next to Hexham is the hamlet of Horsley, where our property Tulip Cottage is located. Tulip is a larger property and can sleep up to seven guests and two pets. The property is located next to a well-known local pub, art gallery and cafe and some great local facilities. Horsley is also home to Prudhoe Castle, one of Northumberland’s many medieval castles that are open to the public and ready to explore. Hexham and Horsley are definitely places to visit if you enjoy a slower pace of life, discovering local history and the landscape of the Northumbrian region. 



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