Northumberland and the North East of England has some of the most stunning scenery and coastlines in the country. The Coach House is ideally situated to allow easy access to both town and country.


The historic market town of Hexham is a mere 15 minutes drive from Bardon Mill, and boasts a great many shops, cafes and places of interest.

Tuesdays are market day, and after picking up a bargain, you might want to look around the Abbey (built by St Wilfred in AD 648) Hexham Gaol (supposed to be the oldest purpose built jail in England) or maybe just relax with a cuppa at one of Hexham's many friendly cafes.

There is also the award winning farmers market held at Hexham on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.

 Hexham Wikipedia Page


Hadrian's Wall

The Coach House Bed & Breakfast is a stone's throw from Hadrian's Wall.

Named as a World Heritage Site in 1987, the wall is a 'must see' for visitors to the area.  Building started in AD122 and took around 8 years to complete. The wall runs for 73.5 miles from Wallsend in the East to Bowness-on-Solway in the West.

Pictured is Sycamore Gap which was made famous in a scene from Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.

Newcastle / Gateshead

Newcastle / Gateshead is just a 40 minute drive East along the A69.

Museums, Art Galleries, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Night Clubs, Theatres, Music Venues, you name it, Newcastle/Gateshead has it all.

Take a walk along the Quayside and check out the famous bridges, take in a little culture at the Baltic Gallery for Contemporary Art, be entertained at the Sage, or enjoy a drink in one of the many bars.

 Vist Newcastle/Gateshead


 A 40 Minute Drive West along the A 69 brings you to the historic city of Carlisle.

Great shopping, Tullie House Museum, Carlisle Castle and Cathederal. All in all a great day out.

For those of you that like a flutter Carlisle Racecourse is just the job.

 Tullie House Museum

 Lake District

Just a short drive on from Carlisle you come across the stunning scenery of the Lake District National Park,

Rivers, Lakes, Fishing, Mountains and Woodland, all great for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.

For those who like to take things a little easier, or who like to give the credit cards a workout why not have a day out in one of the many lovely towns and villages