Kellah Farm cottages provide 3 self-catering cottages on a busy working hill farm. Kellah has been a small hamlet since 1402 and has been farmed by our family for over 150 years. Kellah is 4 miles from the "Centre of Britain" market town of Haltwhistle.
The cottages are former miners cottages and we have recently installed a Bio-Mass boiler that provides heating and plenty of hot water for baths and showers. The cottages have walled gardens.
Staying with us is an ideal base for exploring Hadrian's Wall country and the north and south Tyne Valleys.
The south Tyne trail which follows the partially used railway line passes over Lambley viaduct and is one of many interesting walks which can be taken from Kellah.
Red squirrels are frequent visitors to an oak wood on the farm and children can have hands-on experience of farming life by helping to feed animals and observe the day to day activities on a busy hill farm. Parents can join in to if they wish.