Member discounts are redeemable at the checkout stage of your online booking.Family room prices are only available if your booking contains at least one adult and one child under 18.On 29 December 1904, some platelayers found the carcass of an animal cut in two by a passing train and thrown a distance of 40 yards.
Converted from a stone barn and a fantastic base at the gateway to the Northumberland National Park, YHA Bellingham offers a high standard of accommodation.
The Pennine Way and cycle routes run right past, and you can sample watersports on nearby Kielder Water. YHA Bellingham has been converted from a stone barn and offers comforable accommodation for your Northumberland break.
Once past Corbridge, leave the A69 at the next large roundabout.
(signposted to Hexham) Follow the signs into Hexham, then turn left onto the A695, Corbridge Road (signposted to Corbridge). Bus information There are a number of services which stop directly outside the hospital.
On 9 December 1904, a grey wolf that had just committed a "great slaughter of a flock of sheep" was tracked for miles but escaped; the next day, he returned to his kill, and a new search party went out to no avail.
sheep were kept inside at night and lights were lit all night; rewards were offered to whoever could kill the wolf.
The bunkhouse is 200 metres with the centre of the village where there is a coop food store, pubs and tea rooms.
There is a separate drying room and secure bike store.
A large meeting of farmers from the area was held on 20 December, chaired by the local MP Maj.
Wentworth Henry Canning Beaumont and £5 reward was offered for the wolf's skin.
Hexham General Hospital is a short walk from the station.