If you enjoy visiting places of historic interest or natural beauty, then Fairshaw Rigg is a perfect base. There are many National Trust and English Heritage sites, the most popular of which include Cragside and Wallington. In addition, the Northumberland coast and Lake District are comfortable day trips.
For walkers, the Northumberland National Park and the North Pennines are right on the doorstep.
A visit to the region wouldn't be complete without a trip to Hadrian's Wall National Trail, where you will be sure to be inspired by the wild beauty of the surrounding countryside and the historical presence of the wall and it's Roman sites.
Hexham and the Tyne Valley
Fairshaw Rigg is situated just two miles South West of the award-winning market town of Hexham.
Hexham has a great range of shops and visitor attractions, not least of which is its Benedictine Abbey.
Next stop along the Tyne Valley is the ancient village of Corbridge with its boutique shopping and coffee shops.
A visit to Northumberland will fire your imagination. Be dazzled by The Alnwick Garden; gaze in awe at Alnwick Castle, and see The Angel of the North.
Reinvigorate yourself in our open spaces – our vast National Park and dramatic Heritage Coast.
Explore Vindolanda Roman ruins and visit the vibrant city of Newcastle, just two examples of our many acclaimed attractions.
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