Location

  

Wild Northumbrian is situated in the Upper North Tyne Valley, in the area of Tarset between Bellingham and Kielder Water. Within a short walk from the small hamlet of Greenhaugh. Centrally located in the Northumberland National park in good distance for visits to the Roman Wall, Kielder Water, border towns, Northumberland coastline, Cheviots.

Attractions and sites with easy reach

Northumberland National Park. On you doorstep 

Northumberland’s famous Heritage coast with its castle, country houses and miles of empty beaches

 

Kielder Water. Many activities including bike trails, fishing, sailing, kayaking and much more

Hadrians Wall, the world famous World heritage site with its fabulous museums, walks, oozing with history

Hexham: The wonderful market town with a award winning farmers market and Abbey. Packed full of cafes and quirky shops.

Rothbury and the Simonside Hills. Great cafes and little shops, fabulous walks for all ranges of ability.

Many National Trust and English Heritage sites including Cragside, Wallington and Belsay Hall.

Alnwick castle and gardens and home of Harry Potter

The Farne Islands Visit this magical haven for sea birds, seals and much more

Edinburgh Only 1 hour 45 minutes away with its world famous festivals, castle and history

The Lake District Only 1 hour 40 minutes away!

How to get here

Our Address: Wild Northumbrian Tipis and Yurts, Thorneyburn Old Rectory, Tarset, Northumberland, NE48 1NA

By Train: Newcastle Central Station, Carlisle, Hexham

By Air: Newcastle Airport

By Car: From Newcastle (40 miles)

Head towards Jedburgh on A696. When you get to Otterburn, turn left to take the B6320 to Bellingham. When you reach the crossroads meeting the A68 go straight over and drive for another 2 miles or so, until you reach a sign for Greenhaugh and The Combe. Turn right here and make you way over the fell until you drop down to the valley. Turn right here into Greenhaugh. Go through Greenhaugh and then take the left hand fork in the road. Proceed along the single track road over the Tarset Burn and then up a slight hill. At the top, turn left signed to Thorneyburn. Proceed past the church to access a small car parking area.

From the South

From the A1 take the A69 to Hexham. Proceed until you reach a sign to Corbridge and A68. Turn left and take the third exit at the roundabout. Proceed along the A68 for about 18 miles, going through West Woodburn. After West Woodburn, take the crossroads left to Bellingham along B6320.

Drive for another 2 miles or so until reach a sign for Greenhaugh and The Combe. Turn right here and make your way over the fell until you drop down to the valley. Turn right here into Greenhaugh. Go through Greenhaugh and then take the left hand fork in the road. Proceed along the single track road over the Tarset Burn and then up a slight hill. At the top, turn left signed to Thorneyburn. Proceed past the church to access a small carparking area.

From the North

Follow the A68 until you reach signs for B6320. Drive for another 2 miles or so until you reach a sign for Greenhaugh and The Combe. Turn right here and make you way over the fell until you drop down to the valley. Turn right here into Greenhaugh. Go through Greenhaugh and then take the left hand fork in the road. Proceed along the single track road over the Tarset Burn and then up a slight hill. At the top, turn left signed to Thorneyburn. Proceed past the church to access a small carparking area.

From the West

From the M6. Take the A69 to Hexham from Carlisle. When nearing Hexham take A6320 towards Bellingham. At Bellingham cross the bridge and turn left to Kielder. At Lanehead T-junction turn left and drive a mile to Greenhaugh.