Beamish Park Hotel

Address: Beamish Burn Road, Marley Hill, Tyne and Wear, England, NE16 5EG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Beamish Burn Road, Marley Hill, is near Beamish Open Air Museum, The Angel of the North, City Pool, and City of Newcastle Golf Club.
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    Final Preparations.

    A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Jul 09, 2015

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    With only a week to go I thought I'd try out our first blog entry! Just a boring entry about preparation. Anyway to ensure we can be self sufficient for at least 48 hours, as in the fridge, lights and water pump keep running without electric hookup. I replaced our faulty 105ah leisure battery with a larger 125ah one. After all no one should have warm beer on holiday.
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    Hexham and more wall

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 04, 2015

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    Heavy rain overnight and into the morning. It had stopped by the time we wanted to leave but it stayed overcast and dull all morning. First stop was to Hexham abbey, founded in the 600s and added to in the 1100s and early 1900s. The crypt is still the original dating from the 600s, with tunnels in from the sides for people to enter and leave. Then on ...

    Hadrian's wall

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 03, 2015

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    On to two Roman forts, vindolanda, just off Hadrian's wall, and housesteads, actually on the wall. Vindolanda is a wonderful site of a classic Roman fort with an adjoining civilian settlement. There is also an exceptionally good museum. Excavations continue at two locations at the site, one in the fort and one in the village. Just a few miles away and up on the wall itself is housesteads, another classical Roman fort, ie the same layout as vindolanda, built as one of the main wall ...

    Durham

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... to Whitby and on to Middlesbrough and Durham. Durham is a tiny old city on a promontory in the river. The castle is now part of the university, and the cathedral dominates the city as it always has. Begun in 1081 it's one of the first big Norman cathedrals. The style is still quite Roman: round arches rather than pointed gothic, and it was the first with a stone roof. They were still working out how to do these things so some of the interior arches have a slight point ...

    Hadrian'sWall

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on Jun 26, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... end of the Earth for Roman legionnaires stationed there, on the frontier between civilisation and the less-than-human barbarians to the North, the Scots. It's eighty six miles long, from coast to coast, and still retains its eerie isolation, long after the structure itself has been cannabilised for churches and farms, and the cold winds described by Auden still blow every day.
    Our attempt to cross it was fuelled by Panadol, ...