Accommodation, Caravans / Campsites / Glamping in Hexham
Langley Dam Glamping
Stylish and comfortable wooden pods, designed to resemble upturned fishing boats, are perfectly placed within this ever so charming farm. Not only are they cosy, but they all have a great little kitchenette and their own ensuite bathrooms. Named after the fields and fell-land on the farm, say hello to Blackcleugh, Wheatley’s, Humbleton, Bare Bones, The Rushy Lot and The Wonneys. Only a short distance from the stunning Langley Dam site there is a vast amount of activities you can choose to indulge in. Whether you want to bike or hike, go and live an adventure within the magnificent surroundings of this place. You could choose to explore one of the castles, discover the fascinating history of Hadrians Wall, enjoy the beauty of a National Trust site like Allenbanks and Staward Gorge, or even find a quiet corner near the on-site trout fishing lake and get taught how to fish.This is a fantastic glamping experience for all.
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Kielder Birds of Prey Centre
The Kielder Birds Of Prey Centre is beautifully situated: within the beguiling lakeside surroundings of Kielder Water, at Leaplish Waterside Park, Northumberland. Taking time to really get to know and understand all about the birds who share our habitat,
Picture-perfect and always ready for a close up: the excellent Northumberland Country Zoo, near Felton in Northumberland, is a family-run zoo, a short drive away from Morpeth, and just over 20 miles from Newcastle.