Book any of our beautiful Hang my Hat Northumbrian holiday cottages in January 2018 and pay 2017 prices in 2018 and enjoy three nights for the price of two in our fabulous tipis by Hadrian’s Wall (when booked during January 2018 only). Read about our cottages and tipis below - browse ALL hang my Hat properties, click here (2017 prices on all if booked this month, Jan 2018).
Northumberland, with its stone villages, rolling hills, fields full of lambs and dark, starry skies is wonderful in springtime – sharing many features with the Lake District, but not the crowds. February half term is booking up fast, so take a look at our cottages and pick out your favourite and email us (email@example.com).
Hang My Hat Tipi - Turn Up and Glamp, Festival Style
Free tipi night when you book in January – 3rd night on us! Enjoy all the fun of glamping without any of the effort! Hang My Hat tipis come fully equipped. Beds, bedding, lighting, lanterns, cooking equipment are waiting for you - just bring food, drink and towels. Tipis sleep up to 2 adults, 2 children - and 2 good dogs. Greencarts Campsite, on Hadrian’s Wall, near Humshaugh, is where our tipis live – gorgeous views. The Farm supplies firewood and a wood basket at a small cost. Showers and toilets are available on-site and they are clean and high quality. Queries by email, please: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crown Apartment - Cosy Country Pub - and a Few Ferraris
Elegant one bedroomed Crown apartment is snuggled up behind a cosy country pub in rural Humshaugh, by Hadrian’s Wall, near Hexham. With its open plan living, dining and kitchen area, spacious bathroom and stunning double bedroom, this is the perfect countryside retreat for couples or young families. Serving great real ales, fantastic food, The Crown Inn is a place to gather round the wood burning stove with the locals and chat the night away. It is known for its fine food and also hosts small classic car shows (Lamborghinis, Ferraris, TVRs) and tractor shows.
Madera Cottage - Gastropub on your Doorstep
Madera Cottage (sleeps 4) is another beautiful home lucky enough to have a gastropub nearby. A character cottage, full of original features, in the heart of picture postcard village of Hedley-on-the Hill, it is surrounded by stunning views. With its beamed ceilings, wood burning stove, Aga oven and romantic bedrooms, this is the perfect retreat for a winter or spring break.
Redesmouth Cottage - See the Lambs from your Window
Two bedroomed Redesmouth Cottage is also perfect to book for a half term or spring break. This 18th century railway cottage is nestled in beautiful surroundings in the small hamlet of Redesmouth, near Bellingham, with lovely walks from the front door, along the river Rede. Bluebells are a must see in the spring! Cows and spring lambs can be seen from the window, grazing in the front field. The master bedroom has a four poster bed.
Campbell Gillies Lodge - A Racey Life
There’s only one Campbell Gillies Lodge – set in a unique position on Hexham racecourse, one of the most scenic in the country. Sleeping up to 8 in 4 bedrooms, this is a wonderful place to enjoy incredible dark sky views. The lodge is perfect for walkers, cyclists, romantic couples, families, or those just wishing to enjoy a quiet rest away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. The twin bedded rooms and two shower rooms make this lodge very flexible.
Go Offgrid - With Fishing Rights
Go offgrid to really hear, see and smell the spring arrive in Northumberland, at Allery Bank, Tarset. This three bedroomed detached stone cottage is nestled into 11 idyllic acres of private land. Fishing rights are available to allow you to really unwind by the nearby burn. This beautifully renovated, double-fronted cottage has exposed ceiling beams and two feature stone inglenook fireplaces, each housing a wood burning stove.