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Bellingham

Bellingham

This village in Northumberland is located north west of the bustling city of Newcastle, at the meeting point between the Hareshaw Burn and the River North Tyne. The area is immensely popular with those who enjoy the great outdoors, especially walkers who are on the Pennine Way trail, as the village is a stopping point on the journey. There are also a number of fantastic local landmarks and attractions to visit such as the Bellingham Bridge, a grade II listed building and the Shitlington Crags, with an altitude of roughly 170 metres. There is also a local museum celebrating the areas history, with a fascinating catalogue of images and exhibitions.

We love Bellingham because...

  • Popular for walkers
  • Ideal for stargazers
  • Stunning scenery
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Hotels in Bellingham
Riverdale Hall Hotel
Bellingham NE48 2JT

This hotel is the ideal spot for a relaxing countryside retreat, located ideally beside the quaint town of Bellingham with easy access to the great outdoors.

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Riverdale Hall Hotel
Bellingham NE48 2JT

This hotel is the ideal spot for a relaxing countryside retreat, located ideally beside the quaint town of Bellingham with easy access to the great outdoors.

In and around Bellingham

St. Cuthbert’s Church

This 12th century church is dedicated to St Cuthbert, who came to the village and blessed Cuddy’s Well, which is said to have healing properties and is used at baptisms at this church. The building underwent many renovations due to Border Reiver raids in the area. Visitors often enjoy admiring the unique vaulted roof, and viewing the ‘Long Pack’ graveyard, said to contain the remains of an infamous burglar.

Hadrian’s Wall

One of the most recognisable landmarks in the United Kingdom, Hadrian’s Wall is intrinsically linked to the country’s tumultuous history. The wall, which ran for 73 miles across the country, was manned by many forts and other buildings, and marked the northern most border of the Roman Empire. Many sections of the wall remain intact across Northumberland and visitors can walk among them today.

Battlesteads Dark Sky Observatory

This is a fantastic visitor attraction for all the stargazers out there, a public, beginner-friendly observatory that allows visitors to observe the magnificent night sky, in an area with minimal light pollution. There are also talks, activities and sessions to get involved in, to learn more about the science and astronomy of our night sky.

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