is in the village of Simonburn
on the edge if Northumberland National Park and close to
Hadrian's Wall. It has a lovely tearoom that is a perfect
place for rest and refreshment for Wall walkers and a beautiful
little church, St Mungo's. The village has an atmospheric
and historic charm that caused it to be used in films of
Catherine Cookson books.
has a Stone Circle that stands near a cairn and the remains
of an Iron Age homestead.
is a wonderful setting for visitors wishing to explore the
beauty and history of Northumberland and Hallbarns offers
a beautiful, comfortable and welcoming place to stay.
country side around presents a very varied aspect, and some
parts are highly beautiful and romantic.
some of the attractions you would might to visit:
Carts Turret, Brunton
of Mithras, Chester's
Roman Fort and Chester's
walled garden. Don't forget the village of Wall or nearby
with its wonderful Abbey.