Kellah Farm B&B

NE49 0JL

+44 01434 320816
07751 882122

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The five en-suite bedrooms are in a newly refurbished self-contained unit that used to be " The Pitman's Arms " public house before it closed in the late 1800's.

Kellah is a family run 280 acre working hill farm in the South Tyne Valley. Fishing, Bird-watching and pony-trekking are  just a few of the many local attractions  around Kellah. Red squirrels are frequent visitors to a small area of oak woodland on our farm...........

Kellah is an ideal base for exploring Hadrian's Wall Country and the North and South Tyne valley's. The Lake District and the Border counties of Scotland are an hour's drive away.

Each room is furnished to a high standard in the character of a country farmhouse The large  lounge with its Black-range fireplace, TV, DVD, and children's games will be available for guests use at any time A separate bathroom is available for weary walkers who prefer a soak in the bath  after a day's  walking. We have recently installed a Bio-Mass boiler that provides heating and plenty of hot water for baths and showers

A laundry and boot drying room is available for our guest's convenience, as we are in a fantastic walking area. There are plenty of parking spaces next to
the unit Children can play in the play area ,games room or explore the farm and observe the day-to-day activities of a busy hill farm.

Room information for Kellah Farm B&B

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double ensuite room 3 2
B&B per person per night
(£55.00 single occupancy)
Family ensuite room 1 5
B&B per room per night
Min: £96.00 - Max: £115.00
Family ensuite room 1 3
B&B per room per night
Min: £90.00 - Max: £110.00
Total capacity: 14
Working farm location at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Working farm
Child / family friendly at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Family friendly
Childrens facilities at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Childrens facilities
Car parking available at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Car parking available
Special diets catered for at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Special diets catered for
Credit / debit cards accepted at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Credit / debit cards accepted
TV available at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Television
Hairdryer available at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Hairdryer
Tea / coffee facilities at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Tea / Coffee facilities
Guest garden at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Garden for guest use
Laundry / washing facilities at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Washing machine / Laundry
Residents lounge at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Residents lounge
Cycle friendly at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Cycle friendly
Walker friendly at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Walker friendly
WiFi available at Kellah Farm B&B Bed & Breakfast Accommodation WiFi
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Great place to stay while visiting Hadrian's Wall

Bill C, Severna Park, Maryland
We stayed at Kellah Farm B&B for a night which is close to Hadrian's Wall which we toured the next day. The B&B is unique, out by itself in a remote, and beautiful, part of England. The B&B itself was excellent: the room was nice, the breakfast was great, there was plenty of parking, the host was friendly and helpful. We had an excellent dinner in the nearby cozy, intimate Blenkensopp Castle Inn. The attractions of Hadrian's Wall -- Roman Army Museum, Vindolanda excavated Roman fort, Housesteads Roman Fort, and the walk along the wall between the Steel Rigg and Househeads -- were all within a 15-minutes drive.

First Class B&B with friendly hosts

Bob E, North Wales
We stayed for one night while walking the Pennine Way, booked through Macs Adventures. I won't reiterate the fantastic comments left on the previous two reviews, they are much more eloquent than me. Although we thoroughly agree with them. Suffice to say that we were absolutely delighted with our stay, the room was excellent, breakfast really good and with friendly, helpful hosts. Our only regret, that we didn't have time to linger longer over breakfast, it deserved more of our attention. I'm sure that we'll be back again and I'll love it, even if it means my wife dragging me around more piles of old stones!

3 nights B&B

29sept79, Rochdale, United Kingdom
Wanted to visit Hadrian's wall and looked for accommodation near Hexham. Although not quite Hexham, Kellah Farm near Haltwistle is an ideal base to get to Vindalanda, Birdoswald, Chesters, Housesteeds and Corbridge. Run by mum and daughter, Kellah is a working farm, the family having lived there for over 200 years. On arrival, we were met by Lesley (who had been busy sorting out the female sheep). Our room was the "Birdoswald", a large family room with king size bed, single bed and two roll away beds. The beds were extremely comfortable. With en-suite bathroom, we found this bedroom to be very comfortable. Little extras like make-up removal pads, sweeties and bottled water were much appreciated. There is also a hairdryer and alarm clock! Tea, coffe and chocolate drinks in room. You can also go down to the dining room for fresh milk if preferred to the long life milk in the bedroom. Breakfadt is served downstairs. A large variety of fresh fruit served seperately (not fresh fruit salad), yoghourts and cereals which you can help yourself to. Coffee and tea served at your table. Cooked breakfast was wonderful. Full breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausage, black pudding, mushrooms and tomatoes. Smoked haddock with egg as an alternative. I had the halloumi with honey, mushrooms and tomatoes. Yummy. White and brown bread is kept covered next to a toaster which you can help yourself to. Lesley provided us with information on places to go for dinner with descriptions and postcodes. A must as the farm is off the main road down narrow lanes. The large lounge has tv, gas fire, DVD'S and books and magazines. There is also a photo album showing the work done to make the farm into the existing B&B. Very interesting as this property was once a public house! We stayed fo three nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Would certainly go again.

In my opinion, this is possibly the best value B&B I have ever stayed in....

If you like being in an elevated, windswept, lonely farmhouse high above Hadrian's Wall, then Kellah Farm is for you. If you like a comfortable bed, a beautifully furnished room with a huge en-suite shower, all meticulously clean, then Kellah Farm is for you. Just to top it all, if you like a huge and well cooked breakfast, fresh milk for your room, friendly and extremely helpful hosts...and at a price which I thought was unbelievably low...then you would be crazy not to stay here if you are visiting Hadrian's Wall.

Select your room carefully.

Ange717, York, United Kingdom
A lovely place with limited parking. Very popular as it on a walking route. We were in the restored section which has paper thin walls (think bathroom activities) and the doors a tendency to slam and shake the whole room and next doors. However had everything you could need, drinks, snacks lovely ensuite with toiletries etc The older section seemed more substantial but I think were family rooms?. Great breakfast and lovely people willing to impart local knowledge. A huge lounge area with pool table, books and magazines also available to use. Very nice but too noisy for us as it was fully booked when we stayed.



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