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Aesica Roman Fort
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Aesica was the 9th fort on Hadrian’s Wall and is the nearest (clearly visible) site to us here at Broomshaw. When visitors arrive, we...
Haltwhistle Burn Gorge
Category: Blog
Although it provides a direct walking route from Haltwhistle to Hadrian’s Wall at Cawfields, the Haltwhistle Burn Gorge is well kept secret that even...
South Tyne River
Category: Blog
If you look through the hole in the sculpture you see the cairn marking the spring that is the source of the South Tyne...
Muckle Brewing
Category: Blog
The Heart of Hadrian’s Wall for Muckle Brewing’s Nicola and Tom Smith is Whindshields Crag. ” It marks the highest point...
Walltown Crags
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Judy & Alan Clark choose their favourite walk, just a few minutes from Holmhead Guest House……….. The views from Walltown Crags...
St Cuthbert's Church,
St Cuthbert’s Church was built as a Chapel of Ease in 1827 to 1828 during the
Slaley Rose and Crown
Superb en-suite B&B rooms in the only community owned pub in the North East
Holmhead Guest House
Holmhead Guest House sits in a beautifully quiet location  next to the Tipalt B
Bardon Mill Village St
Award winning Village Store and Tea Room situated in Bardon Mill selling general