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5-stars

Attention to detail and being ‘different’ is beyond exceptional. Old Post Office isn’t just a place… it’s a feeling.

Victoria. May 2021

5-stars

WOW! WOW! WOW!
We have never been anywhere that has impressed us more.

Joanne, Spencer & Keaton. June 2021

Which Studio Is YOUR Studio?

River View Studio

Sleeps 4. Double Bed + Sofa Bed

  • Chainley Burn Outside Your Window.
  • Private Riverside Outdoor Bar.
  • Private Riverside Outdoor Dining.
  • Tri-fold Doors for Outside/Inside Living.

Garden Studio

Sleeps 6. Four Poster Bed + 2 Sofa Beds

  • Outdoor ‘Ooni’ Pizza Oven.
  • King Size Four Poster Bed.
  • Doggy Hotel.
  • Play – Darts, Giant Jenga, Poker Table, Vinyl Record Player.

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Things to Do & See

Errington Reay Pottery in Bardon Mill

Errington Reay Pottery

100 yards

World famous hand made British Pottery since 1878. The Visitor Centre and huge outdoor display area are open every day.

Bardon Mill Village Store & Team Rooms

Bardon Mill Village

200 yards

Bardon Mill Train Station

Bardon Mill Train Station

300 yards

20 minutes to Hexham by train. 60 minutes to Newcastle or Carlisle. Here’s a timetable.

Bardon Mill Playground

Bardon Mill Village Hall & Grounds

½ mile

The best bits are the playground, picnic area and woodland walk (look out for the carved wooden benches and toadstools).

Pebble beaches Bardon Mill Northumberland

White Pebble Beaches

½ mile

Turn right out of Old Post Office, turn right past the war memorial, over the train track, take the bridge over the river, look right… and there they are! Please take great care with, and never disturb the ‘pebble nests’ should you find them.

Woodland walk Bardon Mill Northumberland

Woodland & Riverside Walk

½ mile

Turn right out of Old Post Office, turn right past the war memorial, over the train track, take the bridge over the river, walk to the country road, turn left, walk 500 yards to the edge of the woodland and follow the river for a mile or so. Lovely!

Allen Banks & Staward Gorge

Allen Banks & Staward Gorge

1 mile

The gorge of the River Allen with ornamental and ancient woodland. Look out for the little wooden houses along the way.

Vindolanda

World Class Heritage

2 miles

Each year, tens of thousands of visitors travel tens of thousands of miles to experience Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site, Vindolanda and The Sill.

Twice Brewed Inn, Hadrian's Wall

Twice Brewed Brewery & Inn

3 miles

Home-cooked meals, home-brewed ales and spirits, cosy fires, huge beer garden (with covered sheds), onsite Brew House and Dark Skies Observatory.

Sycamore Gap Hadrian's Wall Northumberland

Sycamore Gap

4 miles

The single most photographed location in all of Northumberland’s two thousand square miles. The closest you can park is Steel Rigg car park. It’s a one hour walk from there.

Hexham in Northumberland

Hexham

10 miles

Hexham’s busy market town has dozens of bars, restaurants, independent stores, chains and supermarkets (M&S, TESCO, Waitrose, Aldi). As well as the famous Hexham Abbey. (Image: Old & New Traditional Homewares).

Corbridge, Northumberland

Corbridge

14 miles

The English Heritage Roman Town with many winding streets of independent shops, historic bars and restaurants and riverside walks.

Carlisle Castle

Carlisle

28 miles

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle Castle (pictured) and mind-boggling World in Miniature Museum. Dozens of shops, bars and restaurants too.

Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead

Newcastle & Gateshead

32 miles

Newcastle is the most populous and vibrant city in the North East of England. Endless bars, restaurants, shops and attractions. Some of the world’s most impressive bridges link Newcastle to Gateshead’s rich culture including BALTIC, Sage Gateshead and The Angel of the North.

Angel of The North

Angel of the North

36 miles

Antony Gormley’s iconic contemporary structure. Completed in 1998 it is based on a cast of Gormley’s own body and is the largest sculpture in  Britain. 150,000 people visit The Angel annually.

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