If you're looking for hot tub stays Northumberland, a wigwam cabin with hot tub, which we call our Running Water Wigwam cabins are the perfect choice! Each of our glamping pods Northumberland are named after famous landmarks along Hadrian's Wall. Below you will find more details on each location which we'd highly recommend visiting on your hot tub break to Herding Hill Farm.
Our Running Water Wigwam cabins with hot tub have an electric hot tub and provide for child-friendly glamping and dog-friendly glamping Northumberland. Our Running Water Wigwam cabins have a fixed double bed with foam mattress. The seating area also assembles into one pull out double bed and one single bed sleeping a maximum of 2 adults and 3 small children or maximum 3 adults. No charge for children under 3.
If you are 2 adults travelling together why not check out our NEW luxury Castle Pods with hot tub and en-suite shower for 5-star luxury glamping with hot tub Northumberland.
Herding Hill Farm is a campsite open over Christmas so why not give Christmas glamping a try? Our Running Water Wigwam cabins are well insulated and have an electric heater and so are cosy all year round.
Located just 1 mile from Herding Hill Farm, the spectacular setting of Cawfields Quarry attracts visitors day and night since it is also one of the best places for stargazing in the UK. From Cawfields Quarry you can walk East to Steel Rigg along one of the quietest but most spectacular sections of Hadrian's Wall. With soaring crags, a small lake and benches Cawfields Quarry is also a picturesque spot for a picnic. Our Cawfields Running Water Wigwam with hot tub is one of 7 glamping pods with hot tub North East at Herding Hill Farm and is the closest to our 5-star amenity block.
The starting point for one of the most popular walks along the Wall, the soaring cliff face of Steel Rigg is just a short walk from The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre. Spectacular views await as you follow the line of the Wall from Steel Rigg towards Crag Lough. The area is also popular with abseilers. Our Steel Rigg Running Water glamping pod with hot tub is perfect for hot tub stays Northumberland. Steel Rigg is a short walk from our luxury amenities building.
One of the most iconic and the most photographed spots in Northumberland, if not the whole of the UK, Sycamore Gap was the setting for the 1991 film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, starring Kevin Costner. Sycamore Gap is one of the most popular walks of our Herding Hill Farm guests on their hot tub breaks Northumberland. Sycamore Gap also features on our own logo. Our Sycamore Gap Running Water pod offers glamping with hot tub North East.
Just 8 miles from Herding Hill Farm, and one of the best preserved forts, Birdoswald Roman Fort, or Banna as it used to be known, is the starting point for a wonderful walk down to the River Irthing. Cross the river on the site of the old Willowford Roman bridge to view Willowford Fort, a fabulous section of Hadrian’s Wall. From its commanding position there are also amazing views from Birdoswald of the famous Whin Sill crags for which Hadrian's Wall is so well known. There is an excellent café, museum and visitor centre at Birdoswald. Our Birdoswald glamping pod with hot tub is perfect for glamping North East England.
Arbeia Roman Fort guarded the main sea route to Hadrian’s Wall at South Shields. In its heyday, Arbeia housed around 600 Roman soldiers. Today Arbeia is an excellent reconstruction and an interesting museum. If you are looking for hot tub stays Northumberland then our Running Water Wigwam cabin with hot tub Arbeia is perfect for you.
Located in the aptly named Wallsend, Segedunum Roman Fort guarded the Eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall. Segedunum was formerly used as a garrison. The museum at Segedunum exhibits reflect the coal mining and ship-building heritage of the location of the Segedunum fort. All of our Running Water Wigwams with hot tub are perfect glamping pods North East England.
Located just off the Military Road, a short drive from Herding Hill Farm, Brocolitia is a ruined Temple of Mithras, named after a god worshipped by Roman soldiers. Brocolitia meant ‘Badger Holes’ in Celtic. Our Northumberland glamping pod with hot tub Brocolitia is located at the bottom end of our Running Water Wigwam cabin area next to our BBQ hut for hire.
Broomlee is one of four Roman Wall Loughs or lakes formed from glaciers in the Ice Age. Broomlee Lough can be explored on foot from Housesteads Roman Fort taking in Sewingshields Crags which have excellent views. Take a look at the Ordnance Survey map on the Reception wall in Herding Hill Farm to plot your own route. Our Broomlough Running Water Wigwam cabin does not have a hot tub but is perfect for families wanting to try glamping in Northumberland.
This walk along Cuddy's Crag between Housesteads Roman Fort and Steel Rigg is one of the most popular on Hadrian’s Wall and just 5 minutes’ drive from Herding Hill Farm. It features one of the most dramatic sections of the Wall as well as one of the most famous trees in England at Sycamore Gap. Our Cuddy's Crag glamping pods Northumberland does not have a hot tub so if you want glamping with hot tub North East make sure you book one of our Castle Pods or one of our Cawfields, Sycamore Gap, Birdoswald, Steel Rigg, Segedenum, Arbeia and Brocolitia.
Located in West Cumbria, Ravenglass is a small coastal village famous for its narrow gauge steam trains on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway. The fort of Glannoventa was located at Ravenglass to guard the harbour. If you are glamping Northumberland with us please note that our Ravenglass glamping pod does not have a hot tub.