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Holiday Cottage Accommodation near Hadrian's Wall

Travelogue Entry
Tags: accommodation, cycling, hadrian's wall
City: Carlisle, United Kingdom
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The Hadrian’s Wall National Trail at 84 miles long passes through some of the most beautiful parts of England. The trail provides access to some of the best sections of the Wall whilst using a rich variety of public paths. For further information regarding walking on Hadrian’s Wall, visit the National Trail website.

Cyclists may want a long distance tour or a short ride cycle along Sustrans Hadrian’s Cycleway with well surfaced gravel cycle paths and quiet minor roads.

If you are looking for someone to help you to organise your entire walking holidays along Hadrian’s Wall, including walker-friendly bed and breakfast accommodation, walking routes, food and any transport then using a tour company might be the best option for you. There are a number of companies which offer guided walking tours along Hadrian’s Wall, through the most beautiful sections of Cumbria and Northumberland and you can find out about some of them on our guided walking tours page.

There are so many things to do in the beautiful county of Cumbria, in the North West of England, not least visiting Hadrian’s Wall, which was built as a symbol of Roman power and spans the width of the country. There are a number of stunning walks in Cumbria, including the Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail, which is 84 miles in total. Tantallon House offers the perfect place to stop over, offering 4 star comfortable bed and breakfast rooms for you to relax in.

You can also cycle along the Sustrans Hadrian’s Cycleway National Route 72 when staying in a Hadrian’s Wall holiday cottage, which goes from Ravenglass to Southshields, following Hadrian’s Wall, through the town of Haltwhistle. The total route is 174 miles, and incorporates stunning scenery including coastal view, Roman Ruins, sweeping countryside and occasionally some local wildlife!