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- Small, friendly, peaceful site less than a mile from Hadrian's Wall
- Terraced, cosy pitches giving stunning views wherever you are pitched
- Perfect location for walking, cycling and exploring Northumberland
Escape the stresses of everyday life and feel yourself unwind and relax as soon as you arrive here. Hadrian's Wall Camping and Caravan Site is a peaceful, secluded site in the heart of the Tyne Valley. Here, you will receive a warm welcome and the owners will do their very best to make your stay a memorable and enjoyable one.
The terraced pitches at the site offer wonderful views of the beautiful landscape around. Hadrian's Wall is less than a mile away and you can walk to the wall in less than 20 minutes. This is a perfect location for the nearby glorious pathways and cycle routes including the C2C route and the Pennine Way. Many of Northumberland's attractions are within easy walking, driving and cycling distance.
Wake up to the birdsong, enjoy the sun setting behind the hills and see how wonderful the stars are in this dark skies area. Come outdoors, away from life's usual distractions. Get an energy boost and see how getting back to nature in this glorious environment can calm your mind and make you smile
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Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on park
Car parking by site/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
Electric car charging point(s)
No drinkable water point
No hot water
No running water
Propane/gas cylinders available
Convenience store nearby
Dog walk nearby
Medium (26-50 sites)
Horseback riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
- Coach stations
Haltwhistle: Market Place Bus Stop
— 2.9 kilometres
2.9 kilometres Haydon Bridge: Bridge End Bus Stop — 11.5 kilometres
11.5 kilometres Brampton (Cumbria): Market Place Bus Stop — 20.6 kilometres
- Train stations
Haltwhistle Rail Station
— 3.3 kilometres
3.3 kilometres Bardon Mill Rail Station — 5.0 kilometres
5.0 kilometres Haydon Bridge Rail Station — 11.2 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Tower Knowe Ferry Landing
— 21.4 kilometres
21.4 kilometres Belvedere Ferry Landing — 23.1 kilometres
23.1 kilometres Leaplish Ferry Landing — 23.2 kilometres
Newcastle International Airport
— 45.9 kilometres
Postcode is NE49 9PG and GPS Coordinates - N54.98620° / W2.42231°
Our campsite is only 5 minutes away from the A69 although some visitors prefer to use the B6318 (the roman military road) which runs in parallel to the A69 along the valley. Our campsite is only 600m South of the Military Rd.
If you are travelling from the West (M6) on the A69 the simplest route is to turn left off the A69 for Greenhead and then right on to the B6318. This is the Military Road running alongside Hadrian's wall. Continue on the B6318 passing the Milecastle Inn on your right. After the Milecastle Inn, follow the road for around 1 mile and you will see a sign for our campsite asking you to turn right. Take the right-hand turn and the campsite is a short distance along this road on your left.
If you are travelling from the East (M1/A1) continue on the A69 beyond Hexham and Haydon Bridge until you reach the sign for Melkridge village (a staggered junction at the foot of a hill). At this junction take the right turn, following the road for around 1.5miles up a hill (the first part of this road is a little steep) You will see the campsite on your right.
Travelling from the East (M1/A1) on the A69 (and towing a caravan), when you get to Corbridge take the A68 north towards the village of Chollerford. Now take the B6318 military road towards Greenhead. After some distance you will pass the Twice Brewed Inn and The Sill on your left and follow the road beyond this point for around 1.5miles. Follow the brown tourist sign for Hadrian's Wall Campsite and turn left. The campsite is a short distance along this road on the left.
We have a lovely old and traditional train station in Haltwhistle and the station has a good service across the Tyne valley from the East coast line via Newcastle upon Tyne and the West coast line via Carlisle.
The Arriva bus company operate the 685 and the X85 on the Tyne valley between Newcastle and Carlisle. The nearest stop to our campsite is at Melkridge Green and from there you will have a 25/30 minute walk. Do call us if you are arriving by bus as we may be able to collect you from the bus stop.
The Hadrian’s Wall Country bus, the AD122 operates in the summer (Good Friday – end September) along the Military Rd. with stops of interest along Hadrian’s wall. Our closest stops are at the twice brewed Inn or the Milecastle Inn
If you get lost feel free to call us on 01434 320495 and we will be happy to guide you in!!
Vindolanda Roman Museum
Roman army museum
The Sill:National Landscape Discovery Centre
Haltwhistle town - centre of Britain
C2C cycle route
Historic city of Carlisle
Kielder water forest and observatory
- Vindolanda (Chesterholm) Hadrian's Wall (4.2 kilometres)
- Housesteads Roman Fort (6.6 kilometres)
- Birdoswald Roman Fort (11.6 kilometres)
- Allen Banks and Staward Gorge (6.3 kilometres)
- Hadrian's Wall and Housesteads Fort (7.2 kilometres)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
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- What attractions are near Hadrian's Wall Caravan and Camping Site? Hadrian's Wall Vindolanda Roman Museum Roman army museum The Sill:National Landscape Discovery Centre Haltwhistle town - centre of Britain C2C cycle route Hexham abbey Historic city of Carlisle Kielder water forest and … Read more