Matfin Luxury Glamping Pod and electric hot tub available now……. £290
Price based on two persons for two nights
Fire Pit £15 Fire lighters, Kindling & Logs included within the price.
Additional £10 charge for dogs.
3rd Person £10
Towels for hot tub provided too
Book direct and receive a discount
WhatsApp us on 07894819334 for more information and availability
Wishing well Pod has an electric Hot Tub
Things to do near by Henshaw Huts
Hadrians wall is only 2 miles from our site.
Stretching 73 miles from coast to coast, Hadrian’s Wall was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire. Today you can explore the Wall’s rich history and its dramatic landscape at over twenty English Heritage sites.
Discover the remains of the forts, towers, turrets and towns that once kept watch over the Wall. See rare Roman artefacts, get hands-on in museums and take in spectacular views of the rugged landscape to find out what life was like for the men, women and children on the edge of Roman Britain.
Hadrian’s Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The pods are located 2 miles from Vindolanda and The Sill. 25 miles from Carlisle and 32 miles from Newcastle located on the A69
The Vindolanda Charitable Trust’s vision is to excavate and preserve the Roman remains in the Trust’s ownership in the central sector of the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site. Its original objective was to administer the Vindolanda Roman Fort and its museum, but only two years after its founding in 1970 the Trust acquired the ‘sister’ Roman site of Carvoran, 15 minutes from Vindolanda and now administers the established Roman Army Museum tourist attraction next to Carvoran.
The Trust is committed to a twinned robust scholastic and visitor programme encompassing:
- Public display and enjoyment of its monuments and finds from the Vindolanda excavations
The Trust encourages people of all ages and abilities to enrich their present and future by learning from the past. Our passion at the Trust is to preserve and share the gift of history. Our sites are not conceived as tourist attractions, they are places people can come and actively participate in historical and archaeological research.
Allen Banks and StawardGorge
Gorge of the River Allen with ornamental and ancient woodland
With its deep gorge, created by the River Allen, and the largest area of ancient semi-natural woodland in Northumberland, this 250-hectare (617-acre) site provides the perfect setting for an adventure.
Largely created by Susan Davidson, Allen Banks has become a fantastic home for flora, fauna and fungi. It is also well known for its carpet of bluebells and ramsons, commonly known as wild garlic, which covers the woodland floor in spring and early summer.
Since the storm damage in 2016, parts are still inaccessible, however there are still woodland walks aplenty and with over 70 species of birds spotted at Allen Banks as well as a wide range of wildlife such as red squirrels, you are never alone.
NB: All of the woodland area sits within the North Pennines AONB.
Places to eat out
The Bowes Hotel Bardon Mill Only 1 mile away to our family friendly local pub with amazing food.
Twice Brewed Inn Hadrians Wall 2 miles north towards the Wall. Gorgeous food and Stunning surroundings.
The Greenhead Hotel was taken over in June 2020 by local proprietor Jordan Dodwell & his partner Anna Pearson. After a complete refurb they opened the doors on the 14th August 2020.
Jordan & Anna have many years’ experience running businesses in the hospitality/tourism industry. In their portfolio, they have Vercelli Restaurant in Hexham, ran by Jordan and his family and Hexham Holiday Homes, which has a number of self catering properties in the Tyne Valley.
Anna is hands on and you will most likely meet her on your visit to The Greenhead Hotel. Her passion & love for the hotel can be felt throughout her team and they will ensure your visit will be one to remember.
Head Chef, Dan, & his young, eager team use the finest ingredients available using local butchers, suppliers and even forage in the nearby woodland. During the shooting season we source game from the local shoot which features on our specials board.
Also on the site is our Charity Lodge April Cottage for Jessica’s Sarcoma Awareness reg:- 1176639
Jess’s Dream has evolved from Jessica Robson’s journey through cancer.
Whilst Jess was fund raising and receiving treatment in hospital she said she would love to raise enough money to buy a lodge for all the children and teenagers could visit to relax and have some quality family time together. Since then we have sold our family home to purchase a smaller home in Henshaw, Hexham, Northumberland with 3 acres of land where we have built a 3 bedroom lodge.
The lodge is now open and providing respite holidays for children & teenagers fighting caner from all of the Uk.
Bringing families together to create happy memories
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