Hideaway Huts: The Bothy and The Shieling

Quirky and romantic; Practical and peaceful.
Luxury Escapes in the heart of Northumberland designed just for two
Our two Hideaway Huts are located in the quiet, secluded paddock with stunning views across the South Tyne Valley by day and the glorious back-cloth of Northumberland’s Dark Skies by night.

This rural idyll is just 3 miles from the most spectacular stretches of Hadrian’s Wall and less than a mile from the world famous archaeological site at Vindolanda. With the whole of the Northumberland National Park to the North, the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty to the South, easy access to the vibrant city of Newcastle 30 miles to the east and the Lake District to the West, there is always somewhere to go ….if you can tear yourself away …..

Both The Bothy and The Shieling are bespoke Grande Roulottes, each providing exclusive accommodation for 2 guests. 

The open-plan living area comprises a comfortable seating area and Culshaw Bell kitchenette, opening on to a veranda. The kitchenette has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and small dining table. There is an electric wood-burning effect stove, Smart TV with catch-up TV, digital radio and streamed films from Netflix and Wi-fi internet access.

Bedroom: has a zip’n’link kingsize double bed, which can be separated into twin singles if required, and is screened from the living-area for privacy.

Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin and also an automatic washing-machine.


All utilities, bed linen and towels are included, as are broadband and streamed movies.

To avoid disappointment

Unfortunately the design does not allow space for children or dogs, but families are always very welcome at Stable Cottage and Seal Cottage where we can also provide cots and highchairs etc. Dogs, by arrangement, are also welcome at Stable Cottage.


Railway Station: Bardon Mill and Haltwhistle for regular services throughout the day.
Bus Service: The 685 Newcastle/Carlisle service runs 
hourly until early evening and stops at Bardon Mill.
Just off The C2C Cycle Route
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