Bed and Breakfast Northumberland Accommodation

Tantallon House Bed and Breakfast in Northumberland

The beautiful county of Northumberland situated in the north-east of England offers a rich variety of activities and sights for people to visit. It has rich heritage and history boasting many Roman sites dotted along Hadrian's Wall.

 The North Pennines is the most northern part of the 'backbone of England'. It is sometimes referred to as 'England's Last Wilderness' and features a host of stunning flora and fauna not found elsewhere in Britain. The Penine Way, a National Trail runs for 429km through the Yorkshire Dales and the Northumberland National Park.

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Northumberland

Bed and Breakfast Northumberland AccommodationTantallon House has fantastic views over Hadrian's Wall and is in Gilsland Village on borders of both Cumbria and Northumberland. Take a look at our beautiful bed and breakfast rooms and book your stay with us now!

Hadrian's Wall Northumberland Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Marvellous. Hosts are very friendly and the breakfast was delicious. Thank you so much for the warm welcome - Alberic and Nadia F, Belgium

Northumberland has a fascinating history which can be explored through the many museums and historic sites in the area.

The Roman Hadrian's Wall is incredibly popular with a myriad of walks and trails to explore both on foot and on bike. The National Trail is 84 miles long and spans the width of the country, through Northumberland and Cumbria.

The 39 miles of Northumberland Coastline is also a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With two National Nature Reserves which include sandy beaches, sand dunes, cliff faces and isolated islands it is a fantastic place to visit as a day trip from Tantallon House Bed and Breakfast.

 The Northumberland Coastline reaches from Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the River Coquet in the north-east of England.

Bed and Breakfast near the Northumberland National park

The stunning Northumberland National Park covers roughly 1030km² of the Northumbria county and lies between the Scottish Border and just south of Hadrian's Wall.

The area features many archaeological sites, including many Roman sites including Birdoswald Roman Fort at Gilsland which were constructed as defence against the Scots. 

The beautiful landscapes can be explored through the many walks and cycle paths that exists, including the Hadrian's Wall National Trail which goes past our house.

The four main sections of the Northumberland National Park which should be explored are Hadrian's Wall, North ß, Coquetdale and the Cheviots and they all different experiences for visitors. 

Whether on foot, cycle or hoof, spectacular scenery is guaranteed of the rolling countryside.

 The National Park Authority serves to protect the landscape, heritage and wildlife whilst seeking to promote it as fantastic tourist attraction.

There are many unique species that live in the Northumberland National Park which are rare in other parts of the county.

 The amazingly rich bio diversity of the Northumberland National Park makes it a fantastic place to explore and take in all the wonderful sights whilst relaxing in the stunning countryside.


Bed and Breakfast Haltwhistle Accommodation Northumberland

Haltwhistle is a small town located about 6 miles east of our Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Gilsland. Claiming to be the 'Centre of Britain', Haltwhistle lies just off the A69 in the country of Northumberland.

Looking for Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Haltwhistle?Then why not stay at Tantallon House, we are just 6 miles away from Haltwhistle? We are the perfect base to explore the surrounding areas of Cumbria and Northumberland and our accommodation overlooks Hadrian's Wall. Have a look at our fantastic bed and breakfast rooms...

Haltwhistle train station is near our Bed and Breakfast accommodation

Haltwhistle has a train station which is the nearest railway station to Tantallon House.The train line runs through Cumbria and Northumberland, on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, which is also known as the Tyne Valley Line. Haltwhistle's name is not related to the name of the railway stop, but is Hal-twysel, meaning "a meeting of the streams by the hill".

Thank you for your generosity and hospitality - its been such a great break. Beautiful house and area. - Beth and Ben A, Australia

Haltwhistle Town

Today, Haltwhistle is one of the centres for visits to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty, Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site and the Northumberland National Park. All are within a short distance of the town. It has a traditional high street with a range of shops and businesses, places to eat, cafes and public facilities. Haltwhistle is also about 16 miles from Hexham and is the largest town between Newcastle and Carlisle. The River South Tyne River runs to the south of the town on its way downstream to Newcastle and upstream to its source in the North Pennines.