The Lee Farm, Nr Rothbury
NE65 8JQ, England
Local Area Information
Just to the west of the Lee Farm are the Simonside Hills. Towering high above the pretty village of Rothbury, the hills provide a heather-clad playground for walkers, climbers, nature lovers and off road cyclists all year round. However these hills are also home to some of the worlds oldest man-made art in the form of Cup & Ring marks. Carved into the stone, these mysterious glyphs are the handiwork of the Beaker People - a prehistoric race who once inhabited these hills thousands of years ago.
How to Find Us
Rothbury(approx 3 miles)
Take the B6342 out of Rothbury for approx 1 mile. Take first left turn (sign posted to The Lee) follow this road until you go through a shallow ford. Go up a hill and the farm is on the right.
Morpeth(approx 11 miles)
Head north out of Morpeth onto the A1 and then take the slip road onto A697.
Go through Longhorsley. Approx 2 miles take the B6344 at Weldon Bridge.(This is signed as being Closed. Please ignore this as you turn off before the road closure.) At Pauperhaugh turn left over the bridge. Take the next left and follower road until you pass Embleton Terrace. At the crossroads turn right. The farm is at the bottom of the hill on the left.
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