Wydon Farm B&B

Address: National Trust Bellister estate, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, England, NE49 0LG, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on National Trust Bellister estate, Haltwhistle, is near Kielder Water and Forest, Birdoswald Roman Fort, and Village of Dent.
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    Travel Blogs from Haltwhistle

    Checking out the local services

    A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... Decided to head off to Rheged, the touristy hole in the side of the hill we discovered last year. They had the Owls again, and both had a go at holding them! They were both ace, their little faces were fab as the concentrated on not dropping their arms! Had a wander round the shopping bit looking at all the gorgeously expensive knick knacks, and then had an hour or so in the play centre at the top.. Benji enjoyed himself, but bella ...

    Ullswater

    A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 30, 2015

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    Might be our last good (!) weather day for a while, so heading out to Ullswater to catch a steamer. Did have a very tasty bacon sandwich this morning though! Back to museli tmrw. Didn't quite time it right to catch the steamer from the Pooley Brdige end, so went to Glenridding instead and caught the 10.30 from there. Very nice boat, Lady of the Lake, and we were able to 'drive' Bella straight on in the pushchair. Sat up top for ...

    Mayburgh Lodge

    A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 28, 2015

    We have arrived at our little lodge for the week! Had a good run up the M6, took us about two and half hours after eventually leaving at least two hours behind schedule. Nana and grandad arrived shortly after too. Really nice to come back the lodge after 3 years away, our entry is still in the guest book! Had a ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 30, 2014

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    ... bridge! Luckily I manage to do that in plenty of time, taking the scenic back route to Queensferry rather than the last-minute junction. This road brings us into the town under the arches of the Forth Rail Bridge - perfect. There's free parking too, so even perfecter. I am really amazed to see how quickly the third bridge is progressing. It won't be long before this amazing sight will be even more amazing. We snap a load of pictures of the excellent view then repair across the road ...

    Burns Land

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... year and I thought was the highlight of the evening. Then on the final night we were piped into dinner by a guy in full regalia and then had a (mercifully) short 15 minutes of piping before our meal. I have come to the conclusion that whilst I like the bag pipes, they are best heard outdoors.

    Over one meal I was talking to someone from Annan and they told me of a farming and countryside store near Dumfries which had a good selection of wellies so the the 'great ...