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Tel code: 01434 | code search
Postcode: NE46 | code search
Population: 12000
Grid Reference: NY937638
Council: Tynedale District
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Birthplace of:
Wilfrid Gibson
Robson Green

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Folk Customs:
Allendale Tar Barrel Carrying
Northumberland Clog Dancing
Shrovetide Football at Alnwick

Hexham Events

The Best of Hadrian's Wall weekend treck

Kielder Vintage and Classic Vehicle Show

Slaley Show

Hexham Abbey Festival

Hexham Abbey Festival

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The Gun Inn
"Me and my daughter (9) stopped at the Gun inn as she desperately needed the loo as she had a water infection. Although there was a sign saying no ..." More

Carraw Bed & Breakfast
"General review: Would be impossible to beat when visiting the Wall.

Date visited: 2009-10-19 ..." More

Battlesteads Country Inn & Restaurant
"Bad Points: Room 9 ventilation system was noisey

Date visited: 2009-09-02 ..." More

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"I would just like to say how fantastic the service for finding accommodation via the TIC's in Hexham and Whitby is. I don't know what the service by Lincoln TIC ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Hexham | 10 Places to Stay

Hexham is a lovely market town situated in stunning Northumbrian countryside towards the North Penines Hexham Abbey in the town dates from to the 7th century and other historic buildings include the Old Gaol, the oldest gaol in England which now houses the Border History Museum; and Moothall once the capital of the medieval County of Hexhamshire. In the 17th century Hexham was one of England's leading centres for leatherwork, especially leather gloves and the major employer but the industry here is now no moire Today it is home to a national hunt racecourse and a thriving market There are also a good range of shops in the town including a large number of antique shops. Market Day is on Tuesday.


Allen Banks and Staward Gorge
Allenheads Heritage Centre
Black Carts Turret Hadrian's Wall
Black Middens Bastle House
Border History Museum
Brunton Turret Hadrian's Wall
Carrawburgh (Brocolitia) Temple of Mithras: Hadrian's Wall
Cawfields Roman Wall and Milecastle Hadrian's Wall
Chesters Bridge Abutment Hadrian's Wall
Chesters Roman Fort (Cilurnum) Hadrian's Wall
Chesters Walled Garden
Chipchase Castle
Garden Station
Hareshaw Linn
Heritage Centre
Hexham Abbey
Hexham Moothall and Gallery
Hexham Old Gaol
Housesteads Roman Fort
Kielder Castle Forest Park Centre

Kielder Observatory
Kielder Water Birds of Prey Centre
Kielder Water Cruises
Langley Castle
National Park Centre Once Brewed
Nortumberland National Park
Sewingshields Wall, Turrets and Milecastle Hadrian's Wall
Tower Knowe Visitor Centre
Tyne Green Country Park
Winshields Roman Wall and Milecastle Hadrian's Wall


Causey Hill Caravan Park
Hexham Racecourse Caravan Site


The Forum




Tynedale District Council


Abbey Dental Practice
Hencotes Dental Practice
The Dental Surgery


Allendale Medical Practice
Bellingham Practice
Burn Brae Medical Group
Haydon & Allen Valleys Medical Practice
Humshaugh & Wark Surgery
Sele Medical Practice

Estate Agent

County Homes
Foster Maddison Property Consultants
Halifax Property Services
Northumbria & Cumbria Estates Ltd
Rural Property Services

Farmers Market

Hexham Farmers Market

Golf Club

Hexham Golf Club
Tynedale Golf Club

Holiday Park

Springhouse Country Park


Bay Horse Inn
Crown Inn
Station Inn


Hexham Car Boot
Hexham Farmers Market

Hexham Market
Hexham Shambles Market

Performing Arts

Queens Hall Arts Centre
Terpsichore Dance
Tynedale Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Argyles Bar
Dipton Mill Inn
Fox Inn
Head Of Steam
Miners Arms Inn
Old Tannery
Rat Inn
Red Lion


Hexham Racecourse


Beaumont Hotel
Crown Inn

Dipton Mill Inn
Diwan E Am Tandoori Restaurant
Exchange Restaurant
Head Of Steam
La Stalla
Langley Castle Hotel
Miners Arms Inn
Rat Inn
Valley Connection


Rye Hill Farm
Springhouse Country Park
Stables Cottage


Gibson & Co
Robert Lewis & Co


Acomb Taxis
Advanced Taxis
Eco Cabs

Hadrian's Wall Taxis
Hexham & Hadrians Wall Taxis
Hexham Taxis
Newbrough Taxi
Slaley & Hexham Taxis
Station Taxis


Queens Hall Arts Centre

Tour Guide

Acomb Taxis


Orchard House Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Acomb TC (Tennis)
Allendale CC (Cricket)
Cobra Kickboxing (Martial Arts)
Hadrian Boat Club (Rowing)
Hexham (Rowing)
Hexham Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Hexham Leazes CC (Cricket)
Phoenix Martial Arts (Martial Arts)
Tynedale Hockey Club (Men's Hockey)
Tynedale Hockey Club (Women's Hockey)



Cogito Books
Priestpopple Books
The Violin Shop
Down To Earth
Rainbow Pets
Organiks of Hexham
All 4 Health
Abbey Chemist
Geoff Steven & Son
Home Scents
G Hamilton
Derek's Shoe Bar
J D Sports
Robson & Sons Ltd

Fat Face
Hallmark Cards
Hot Stottie
Jester Crafts Limited


Gordon Caris Clocks
Renney Antiques
The Old Warehouse Antiques
County Antiques
Ashbourne House Antiques
Malcolm Eglin Antiques


Becks Development Training(Adventure)

Places to Stay near Hexham

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Hall Bank Guest House (0.07 miles)

Hall Bank Guest House
Hallbank Guest House is located in the heart of the town and is ideally situated to give great access to Hexham and surrounding Northumberland countryside. There is a fantastic amount to offer in and around ... More | visit website
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Station Inn (0.13 miles)

Station Inn
Hexham is a thriving market town, only a few minutes drive from the lovely Northumbrian countryside and attractions such as Hadrian's Wall. It provides an excellent base for any visitor to the North of England ... More | visit website

Best Western Beaumont Hotel (0.23 miles)

Best Western Beaumont Hotel

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Delightful family run market town hotel overlooking the 6th century Abbey and Sele park. Set in the heart of Northumbria, Hexham is ideal for exploring a region steeped ... More

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Fairshaw Rigg (2.68 miles)

Fairshaw Rigg
Welcome to Fairshaw Rigg; exclusive 4 * Silver awarded Bed and Breakfast near Hadrian's Wall; Northumberland. The B&B; which is just outside Historic Hexham; has a warm and friendly atmosphere and is situated in a ... More | visit website
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The Wheatsheaf Hotel (3.09 miles)

The Wheatsheaf Hotel

The Wheatsheaf Hotel is superbly located in the historic and popular village of Corbridge. At the heart of the Tyne Valley, the hotel is ideally situated for the Hadrian's wall tourist sites, the beautiful Northumberland ... More | visit website

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Hadrian Hotel (3.37 miles)

Hadrian Hotel
A peaceful location very near to Hadrians Wall. The hotel is located between Hexham & Carlisle. A very historical hotel in Wall villager. Ideal for walkers who want to explore Hadrians Wall and teh surrounding ... More | visit website
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Rye Hill Farm (4.02 miles)

Rye Hill Farm
Rye Hill Farm offers you the freedom to enjoy the history and beauty of Northumberland throughout the year; while staying in the pleasant family atmosphere of a cosy farm adapted especially to receive holiday makers; ... More | visit website
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George Hotel (4.18 miles)

George Hotel

The George Hotel is situated in a beautiful riverside location in rural Northumberland, and is only five miles from the historic market town of Hexham. The North Tyne River is readily accessible for game fishing, ... More | visit website

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Crown Inn (4.71 miles)

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The Crown Inn is a traditional country pub, located in the heart of Humshaugh, in Hadrian's Wall Country. Enjoy a pint of real cask ale or a cold refreshing larger whilst ... More | visit website
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Slaley Hall Hotel (5.65 miles)

Slaley Hall Hotel

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Welcome to De Vere Slaley Hall.

Set in 1,000 acres of prime Northumberland forest and moorland, and surrounded by two championship golf courses, Slaley Hall remains a grand retreat and a symbol ... More

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