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Old Repeater Station

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7 Nights  

  • £340  to  £684

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Short Breaks From

  • £90 p/night
    Off peak
    (3 night min)
  • £95 p/night
    Peak season
    (3 night min)

Key Information

  • Sleeps

    2

  • Bedrooms

    1 Room

  • Min Nights

    3 (all year)

  • Children

    Please
    Enquire

  • WiFi

    No

  • Dogs

    Yes
    2 Dogs

  • Bathrooms

    1

  • Access
    G

    Ground floor
    Living

  • Off-Road Parking

About Old Repeater Station

The Annex at Old Repeater Station is a self-contained apartment for two a few miles north of the peaceful village of Haydon Bridge in the southern corner of the Northumberland National Park. Surrounded by stunning views of green rolling hills, and located half way along Hadrian's Hall, this rural bolthole is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts as well as those looking to explore the history and heritage of the local area. With one double bedroom and a separate living area it suits couples or solo travellers and dogs are welcome too. Old Repeater Station sits in a Dark Sky Area and the owner's have thoughtfully left a telescope in the lounge so you can bring the outside in on clear evenings.

The best way to explore the area is undoubtly on two feet. Lace up your walking boots and follow in the footsteps of the Romans as you walk along the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail. Sitting in between Sewingshields and Walltown Crags the Old Repeater Station is close to a number of Roman Forts and museums that you can explore along the way, including Chesters, Housesteads and Vindolanda. Or head two miles west and join one of the UK's oldest walking trails along the Pennine Way. Often described as the backbone of the UK, and stretching 268 miles from the Peak District to the Scottish borders, exploring a stretch of this infamous walking trail should be on every walker's bucket list. During the summer months the AD 122 bus, which runs from Hexham to Haltwhistle, stops and picks up outside the door.

Keen road cyclists will love the Hadrian's Cycleway. Passing through pretty villages, quaint market towns as well as wild and rugged countryside peppered with Roman Forts it is hard not to be wowed by this cycle route. Mountain bikers will be spoilt for choice with the number of different tracks in the Kielder Forest, or head a few miles south into the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where there are numerous moorland tracks and trails to be explored. Alternatively enjoy a day out fishing in one of the nearby rivers and lakes, go horseriding or enjoy a round of golf. With so many picturesque villages and towns nearby you are never far from a cosy cafe or country pub to refuel at the end of the day.

If you are looking for a change of scene you are just an hour away from the coastal town of Whitley Bay on the east coast or the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the west. Located half way between Carlisle (29 miles) and Newcastle-on-Tyne (28 miles), you can also treat yourselves to a day of culture, gourmet food and a spot of retail therapy. Don't miss the iconic sculpture of the Angel of the North or a scenic ride on the 72 mile Settle-Carlisle Railway.

Whether you are looking for a new activity each day, or you simply want to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings, it will be hard to find a more beautiful location than this stunning corner of Northumberland.

Contact the owner

Owner details:

Leslie Gibson joined Independent Cottages in June 2021


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Amenities / Facilities

  • Off-Road Parking
  • Kingsize +
  • Dish washer
  • Shower

Location (Northumberland National Park)

Self contained annex on the same site as the Old Repeater Station Bed and Breakfast. Accommodation is all on one level.

Accommodation comprises:

  • Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area with French doors opening onto a picnic bench outside. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you need for a self-catering holiday including a combi oven, fridge and dishwasher. There is a comfortable sofa, dining table and chairs and telescope to gaze at the stars.
  • Separate bedroom can either be made up as a king size or two singles.
  • Shower room.

Outside: Shared garden with views over the Sewingshield Crags. Off street parking for one car.

Additional information: Bed linen, towels and utilitiies are included. There is a complementary tea/coffee tray on arrival. Up to 2 dogs are welcome but they must have their own dog beds and there is a charge of £20 per dog.

Old Repeater Station Tariff & Supplementary Information

Bedroom Configuration:
Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom (1 King/Twin)
Children:
Enquire with owner
Dogs/Pets:
2 dogs welcome
Accessibility:
Not suitable for wheelchair users
Smoking:
No smoking
Prices for 7 nights:
From £340
To £684
Preferred Arrival Day:
Friday
Payment Options:
Credit / Debit Card
Booking Conditions:
Please refer to the owner for accessibility requirements, booking terms / conditions and cancellation policy.
Please discuss any requirements regarding your pet(s) with the property owner.
Independent Cottages recommends that you take out holiday cancellation insurance.

Owner Area

Leslie Gibson
Member Since June 2021

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Old Repeater Station 18 Month Availability Calendar

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* Calendar last updated: 25th November 2021
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