Bardon Mill village is ideally situated for easy access off the A69.  Its midway position between Newcastle and Carlisle makes it a perfect stopping off spot when touring between the Lake District and the Northumberland Coast.
The Village    

We are only 10mins drive from Hadrian's Wall and Kielder is a short trip up the road.

The village has a number of yearly events. An example being our famous Conker Championship that is held on the village green in the autumn.
Visit our village website 
Bardon Mill Parish Website
for details of this and other events.

On our doorstep there are a number of activities, popular cycling routes, walks, fishing, horse riding, swimming, golf, interesting shops, tearooms and bird watching to name but a few, there is something for everyone.

Northumberland is often referred to as England's best kept secret with its many sights and attractions. We hope your experience at the Coach House Bed and Breakfast will be so enjoyable that you will want to share it with family and friends.        

Southview/Tavern House  

The main house was originally the village's second public house The Fox and Hounds and, along with the Coach House is over 100 years old. It was converted to two private dwellings approximately 50 years ago. The sale of alcohol may have disappeared but the warm hospitality is definitely still here. We look forward to demonstrating it during your stay. 

Local History

Bardon Mill Village is steeped in history. There are obviously numerous roman sites very nearby, but Bardon Mill has interest going back as far prehistoric times.  Various buildings in the village also have interesting heritage and accompanying stories.
Please visit

Bardon Mill Parish Council Website