Hexham Holiday Cottages

Hexham is an historic market town in the county of Northumberland and located 25 miles to the west of Newcastle. It was first established as a Monastery and is close to the Roman ruins of the famous Hadrian's Wall.

Hexham was first established as a Monastery in AD 674. The Abbey still standing in Hexham dates from the 11th Century. Hexham is a market town steeped in history, particularly from the wars over the Borders with the Scots dating back to 1297 and later the War of the Roses in 1464. Of the local tourist attractions, it is probably the Roman ruins of Hadrian's Wall and that are best known.

Hexham won the "Britain in Bloom" competition and was also nominated "England's Favourite Market Town" by Country Life magazine. Hexham also has its own Railway station and there is an excellent road network to Newcastle and Carlisle.

All Holiday Cottages featured on this site provides high quality lodgings and an excellent base from which to explore the tourist attractions of Hexham and the surrounding area.

Travel the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail or the Coast to Coast Route 72 Cycleway, Hexham is truly a historian’s dream destination! While based at your Hexham Holiday Cottage you can visit such attractions as Hadrian’s Wall along which you will find Sycamore Gap, featured in the blockbuster movie Robin Hood Prince of Theives, Hexham Abbey, the Old Gaol and many nearby Roman ruins. Why not take advantage of Hexham's proximity to Kielder Forest/Water to explore this wonderful area (and wonderful Christmas Extravaganza).

The featured Hexham Holiday Homes represent value for money high quality short term lets. Please click on any of the pictures for a detailed review of their facilities, guest tariffs and conditions.