We’ve had a very busy 2016 at Leazes Head, with so many guests walking Hadrian’s Wall. We’ve had guests from Tazmania to Alaska, Israel to Finland! We’ve met so many lovely people with great stories to tell and we’re looking forward to meeting all our new guests in 2017! We’ll be open again for business […]
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Celebrate the Queen’s birthday in the Hexham Abbey grounds on Sunday 12th June 11.30 am. Hexham Abbey will be joining a countrywide bell peal at 12 noon to celebrate! Strawberries and cream will be on the menu as you sit back and listen to Hexham Brass playing in the newly refurbished bandstand. Round off the […]
Network Rail are repairing the railway bridge in Hexham and this means the road will be closed from 6th June until mid-July!! Our guests staying at Leazes Head during this time (6th June – 18th July) will need to check their travel arrangements if starting or finishing their walk in Humshaugh. If arriving by train […]
There is lots to do in half term in the Hexham area! Bank Holiday Monday sees the fantastic County Show return to Bywell. They have over 350 stands, live bands, hundreds of animals on show and lots lots more. It is open 9am – 6pm and details can be found on their website at www.northcountyshow.co.uk […]
There are lots of events happening in Tynedale this Easter. Chesters Roman Fort have their own Easter Egg Trail. In fact there are hundreds of egg trails going on in the region…Allen Banks, Brocksbushes Farm Shop , Wallington Hall and Wheelbirks Farm all have events. If you are visiting the area with children, the nearby city of Newcastle has such […]
USA Today travel writer Josh Roberts described Hadrian’s Wall as “England’s top ancient monument.” Of course I’m biased and I agree with him, it is fantastic. There is nothing better than standing on the bleak windswept frontier watching the mist rise from the crisp frosty moorland. We are, however, a county bursting with ‘fantastic’ things […]
We are open for business on March 7th! Guests visiting Leazes Head should take the time to visit Hexham and the Abbey. The Abbey is over 1300 years old and now has a museum with lots of interesting artefacts. The Saxon Crypt is well worth a visit, there are little rooms, and tunnels from […]
Many of our guests who come here are touring the area and while we think Hadrian’s Wall is awesome, there is just so much to see and do in the area. If music is your thing, go to see a local band. There are many excellent performers in local clubs and pubs in the region. Ents24 list […]
Hadrian’s Wall features in The Telegraph Travel Section at number 6 in its “10 amazing days out for less than £10” article! It’s great to see Northumberland featuring on a national list. The Roman Fort featured is The Segendunum Baths and Museum, where under 16’s can visit for free. All the forts are worth a […]
Leazes Head is ideally situated minutes from the Hadrian’s Wall National Trail and 0.6 miles from Chesters Roman Fort.
Set in beautiful countryside, Leazes Head is the perfect retreat from a days walking or cycling or even for that shopping trip in nearby Hexham or the Metro Centre at Gateshead. We are also approximately 1 ½ miles from Hadrian’s Cycleway 72.
Contact Leazes Head
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Leazes Head Farmhouse,
Tel : 01434 689014