Brokenheugh Lodge and Orchard Barn
Five Star Gold Award-winning Self-catering Properties
close to Haydon Bridge near Hexham and Hadrians Wall, Northumberland
for 7 & 2 guests - or 9 when combined
Nestling in the low hills of the beautiful Tyne Valley and enjoying ¼ mile of fishing on the banks of the River South Tyne, Brokenheugh Lodge and Orchard Barn afford guests a holiday of escapism on the one hand and pure indulgence on the other.
Taken as a whole or separately, both the Lodge and Barn are built, furnished and equipped to a 5 star luxury standard with the added option of ancient woodland walks, fishing and picnics, all within the privacy of our 65 acre woodland estate.
Originally built in the late 1890's by Lord Joicey, a prominent coalmine owner and later politician, both the lodge and barn have been recently extended and completely refurbished to a very high standard.
Spacious comfortable accommodation All modern
Garden views Children most welcome Adventure play area Woodland Walks River Fishing
Situated close to the geographical centre of the U.K., Brokenheugh lies 1.3 miles east of our nearest village, Haydon Bridge, and 7 miles west of Hexham - a busy market town built around the historic 7th century Abbey Church.
Hadrian's Wall and the new National Trail - a coast to coast footpath - is a mere 10 minutes drive and, nearby, to the south, is the boundary of the North Pennines upland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This designated AONB spills over into County Durham, home to the World Heritage Site of Durham Cathedral and Castle, only an hour's drive from our estate.
Other day trips can be made to the Lake District, Scotland, Borders, and the Heritage Coast of Northumberland.
Location - Map
We are 1.3 miles north east of Haydon Bridge village and 7 miles west of Hexham - both have railway stations.
In nearby Haydon Bridge typical village amenities may be found, whilst Hexham is a thriving and busy market town with a comprehensive range of shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, swimming pool, leisure centre etc.