Hexham Bridge crossing the River Tyne

Accommodation in Hexham

Find somewhere to sleep in the market town of Hexham, where restaurants and cafes sit on cobbled corners and Hadrian's Wall is just a stone's throw away. Stay in a luxury hotel, snug B&B or camp beneath the stars in this historic market town.

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Hotels in Hexham

From cosy inns to luxury spa hotels, Hexham has a wide range of excellent hotels to choose from. Sleep beneath the stars in a hotel with its own observatory, step out of your hotel and into your walking boots in Northumberland National Park, or kick back and relax on a luxury retreat.

B&Bs in Hexham

Snuggle up in a Hexham B&B, the perfect bases for exploring this historical town and its striking surrounding landscapes. Warm up beside a roaring open fire at the end of a long day of adventures and enjoy delicious home-cooked food.

Camping, Caravanning and Glamping in Hexham

Camp under Northumberland’s Dark Sky Park in one of Hexham’s camping, caravanning or glamping sites. Pitch your tent at a picturesque campsite, pick a caravan park to host your stay, or add a touch of luxury to your camping experience and glamp in a shepherd’s hut or log cabin.

Cottages in Hexham

Have the whole place to yourself in one of Hexham’s self-catering cottages. From hot tub homes to log burner lodges, and romantic getaways to large family stays, you are bound to find the right cottage for the occasion in Hexham.

See our selection of accommodation providers in and around Hexham below.

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Lord Crewe Arms at Blanchland Sponsored
Blanchland Hotel

Lord Crewe Arms at Blanchland

Guide Price £119.00 Per Night
Set in the midst of the North Pennine Moors, The Lord Crewe Arms is the very epitome of a countryside escape.
Host & Stay Sponsored
Northumberland Self Catering Agency

Host & Stay

Host and Stay was born from a love and passion for property, and a desire to lead the change in an age old industry.
Chesters Stables Sponsored
Hexham Self Catering

Chesters Stables

Guide Price £2,572.00 Per week
Nestled in the heart of rural Northumberland, our collection of 7 self-catering Stable Suites, sleeping between 2 and 8 guests, offers the perfect choice for a countryside getaway.
Battlesteads Sponsored
Hexham Hotel

Battlesteads

Guide Price £70.00 Per Night
An 18thC Inn, formerly a farmhouse, in the heart of rural Northumberland close to the Roman Wall, Kielder Water and North Tyne Valley.
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Carraw Luxury Holiday Homes Sponsored
Hexham Self Catering

Carraw Luxury Holiday Homes

Guide Price £1,050.00 Per week
Carraw Farm offers luxury self-catering accommodation in a modern and luxurious spacious property – Vesta View and in the converted barn – Shepherds Retreat.
Hexham Bed & Breakfast

Henshaw Barn

Guide Price £100.00 Per Night
Enjoy the warmest of welcomes at Henshaw - in a luxurious, barn conversion, close to Vindolanda, Hadrian's Wall and Hexham.
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Hexham Self Catering

Tarset Tor

Tarset Tor Bunkhouse & Bothy Holidays is self-built and family run, nestling in 5 acres of the scenic National Park.
Hexham Self Catering

The Side

Self-catered, self-contained, compact accommodation in quiet street in Hexham. Bedsit room, kitchen and shower room and free parking.
Hexham Inn

Twice Brewed Inn

Welcoming Pub situated on Hadrian's Wall near Housesteads Roman Fort, with on site Planetarium and regular Dark Skies Events.
Guide Price £110.00 Per Night
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Hexham Self Catering Agency

Wooden Star Cottages

An exclusive collection of Northumbrian handpicked homes managed by local friends Vicky Collingwood and Sam Perkins.
Guide Price £770.00 Per week

Things to do in Hexham

Hexham is home to the beautiful Sele Park, floral gardens in the town centre, and the stunning grounds of Hexham House. Beneath the charming market town, Hexham holds a bloody history of marauding Vikings, and England’s first purpose-built prison, Hexham Old Gaol, which can be traced back to the 1300s. You will also find the impressive Hexham Abbey built in 674 AD. The eerie crypt from the original building still remains today, with some of the dusty stones coming from the Roman ruins of Hadrian’s Wall. Opposite the abbey, you will find the Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, a magnificent Victorian building which attracts the best international and national artists from music, drama, and dance, as well as nestling away two art galleries.
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Hadrian's Wall
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