Haydon Bridge, Northumberland
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Straddling the South Tyne seven miles west of Hexham, Haydon Bridge is a quiet village, best enjoyed as a base for touring and walking. Its most famous son is John Martin, the Victorian artist, whose birthplace is a short walk from the village centre. We work directly with selected Haydon Bridge B&Bs, guesthouses and small hotels to offer you the best accommodation and room deals. Have a look below at our selection of Haydon Bridge bed and breakfast, guest house and small hotel accommodations.
This Haydon Bridge Guest House is 2.7mi, 4.3km from central Haydon Bridge
Enjoy breathtaking views of the Northumbrian countryside as well as luxury accommodation, with a very personal touch. Our… more information.
This Haydon Bridge Guest House is 4.1mi, 6.6km from central Haydon Bridge
Enjoy a warm farmhouse welcome in this skilfully converted late 18thC Granary and Stable block which is attached to the… more information.
This Haydon Bridge Guest House is 6.2mi, 10.0km from central Haydon Bridge
A four star detached farmhouse 20 minutes from Hexham and only 1 mile from Hadrian’s Wall. Nearby facilities for horse… more information.
This Haydon Bridge Guest House is 10.0mi, 16.1km from central Haydon Bridge
Wydon Farm B&B is a working farm based on 366 acres of the National Trust Bellister estate. Providing four star… more information.
This Haydon Bridge Guest House is 7.7mi, 12.4km from central Haydon Bridge
A delightful working farm in the heartland of Northumberland. Rye Hill Farm is close to the picturesque village of… more information.
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