Bespoke Glamping Pods
Our exclusive pods are fitted with double bed, sofa bed, fully fitted bathroom with complimentary shampoo, conditioner & shower gel,
Fully fitted kitchen with microwave, Fridge & induction hob.
Package include continental breakfast. Full English breakfast can be left in your fridge for an additional charge.
Hadrians wall is only 2 miles from our site.
Stretching 73 miles from coast to coast, Hadrian’s Wall was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire. Today you can explore the Wall’s rich history and its dramatic landscape at over twenty English Heritage sites.
Discover the remains of the forts, towers, turrets and towns that once kept watch over the Wall. See rare Roman artefacts, get hands-on in museums and take in spectacular views of the rugged landscape to find out what life was like for the men, women and children on the edge of Roman Britain.
Hadrian’s Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The pods are located 2 miles from Vindolanda and The Sill. 25 miles from Carlisle and 32 miles from Newcastle located on the A69
The Vindolanda Charitable Trust’s vision is to excavate and preserve the Roman remains in the Trust’s ownership in the central sector of the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site. Its original objective was to administer the Vindolanda Roman Fort and its museum, but only two years after its founding in 1970 the Trust acquired the ‘sister’ Roman site of Carvoran, 15 minutes from Vindolanda and now administers the established Roman Army Museum tourist attraction next to Carvoran.
The Trust is committed to a twinned robust scholastic and visitor programme encompassing:
- Public display and enjoyment of its monuments and finds from the Vindolanda excavations
The Trust encourages people of all ages and abilities to enrich their present and future by learning from the past. Our passion at the Trust is to preserve and share the gift of history. Our sites are not conceived as tourist attractions, they are places people can come and actively participate in historical and archaeological research.
Jess’s Dream has evolved from Jessica Robson’s journey through cancer.
Whilst Jess was fund raising and receiving treatment in hospital she said she would love to raise enough money to buy a lodge for all the children and teenagers could visit to relax and have some quality family time together. Since then we have sold our family home to purchase a smaller home in Henshaw, Hexham, Northumberland with 3 acres of land to so we can buy and build a lodge.
The charity are delighted to have got outline planning permission for 3 lodges on the land at Henshaw in July this year. This was supported through the process by WYG, a Newcastle based multi-disciplinary consultancy who supported us on planning, landscape, ecology, drainage and highways. Also a huge thanks to John Gibson, Gibson Surveying and mapping who came out and under took a topographical survey of the site within 1 day of us approaching them! Now the detail design work is being progressed and we are delighted to be being supported by Sadler Brown Architects who are looking at the possibility of bespoke chalet design, subject to costs. To help us on the costing and delivery Henry Riley, a commercial construction consultancy, are kindly holding our hand along the way. We are also working with a range of other potential consultants and contractors to make Jessica’s dream come true.
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