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Heart of Hadrian's Wall

...a day is never long enough

Welcome to the Heart of Hadrian's Wall, where Roman Britain comes to life! Come to walk the Hadrian's Wall Trail, discover the amazing Roman Forts of Vindolanda or Housesteads, or even have a wild outdoor adventure. You are bound to fall in love with the Heart of Hadrian's Wall Country.

  • Explore

    Explore

    This 75 mile long Roman wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain.

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  • Stay

    Stay

    We have a wide range of award winning B&Bs, many who welcome walkers and cyclists.

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  • Eat

    Eat

    Whether you prefer the fine dining of a traditional French Bistro or Indian and Italian cuisine, you won't be disappointed.

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  • Explore

    Explore

    This 75 mile long Roman wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain.

    Read more →
  • Stay

    Stay

    We have a wide range of award winning B&Bs, many who welcome walkers and cyclists.

    Read more →
  • Eat

    Eat

    Whether you prefer the fine dining of a traditional French Bistro or Indian and Italian cuisine, you won't be disappointed.

    Read more →

You'll get a warm welcome at the many towns and villages in the area and there is accommodation for every taste and budget. Take your time to explore the whole of the wall from here – and you can even venture further afield. The Heart of Hadrian's Wall is a great central place to stay and explore all the activities at Kielder Forest, the market town of Hexham, the historic city of Carlisle and the North Lakes, or even the Metro Centre in Newcastle/Gateshead.

From Roman history to action and adventure, the Heart of Hadrian's Wall has it all. Come and spend a while in Britain's Great Outdoors – a day will never be long enough!

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Stable Cottage, Staneg
At Stanegate Hideaways we offer fantastic self-catering accommodation at two lov
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Four Wynds Guest House
Nigel and Catherine Jarvis enjoy welcoming guests and helping them to experience
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St Giles Church, Birtl
There was probably a wooden Saxon Church dating from the 7th century. The origin
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Hareshaw Linn
Designated as a 'site of Special Scientific Interest' for its rich diversity of