Welcome to Fallowfield Dene
Caravan and camping close to Hadrian’s Wall…
Where We Are
Set in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall Country, only a mile from the Wall itself and on the edge of Northumberland National Park. Fallowfield Dene is a great base from which to explore this wonderful part of Britain.
How To Book
You can make a booking or check availability online.
Alternatively call us on +44 (0) 1434 603 553 and we will be pleased to confirm your booking or answer any questions you may have.
Why Fallowfield Dene?
In its secure rural setting, this highly rated site is located in secluded, mature woodland with all the facilities you would expect of a modern caravan and camping site.
All spaces are surrounded by thoughtful landscaping using such trees as mountain ash and silver birch, to give you both privacy and an attractive outlook from your caravan.
After booking in, you’ll be allocated a space within one of the individual secluded areas each with a Roman name.
Fallowfield Dene Features:
16 amp electric hookup.
On site facilities including toilets, showers & laundry.
Well maintained site roads.
Shop selling necessities including gas.
Hexham and Corbridge close by.
Places to Visit
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The Sill is the perfect place to start exploring Northumberland National Park, and a fantastic location to connect with nature and the National Park's unique and special landscapes. Located just a stone's throw from Hadrian's Wall, The Sill is free to enter and features exhibitions, a rooftop walk, cafe and shop. The Twice Brewed Inn and Brewery is also just next door.
Vindolanda was a Roman auxiliary fort just south of Hadrian's Wall in northern England, which it pre-dated. Archaeological excavations of the site show it was under Roman occupation from roughly 85 AD to 370 AD.
Set high on a dramatic escarpment on Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site, Housesteads Roman Fort takes you back to the Roman Empire. Wander the barrack blocks and the hospital. Peer into the oldest toilets you'll ever see, and admire the stunning panoramic views from this ancient fortress.
Brocolitia is a fascinating temple dedicated to the god beloved by Roman soldiers. It was the largest of such buildings to occupy the site and, like many Mithraic temples, it was situated near a military base.
The museum at Chesters Roman Fort was built in the 1890s, and still retains much of its original style. Totally unique along Hadrian's Wall, its collections are made up of around 2000 Roman finds, including a world class assortment of Roman Altar Stones.
The Romans built Brunton Turret as part of the wall begun on the orders of Emperor Hadrian around AD 122 to define the north-west boundary of their empire. Turrets like Brunton were built into the Wall, two to every Roman mile, for small groups of soldiers to shelter in and keep watch.
Heavenfield (St Oswalds Church)
St Oswald's is at the site of the Battle of Heavenfield where, in AD 635, King (later Saint) Oswald of Northumbria raised a cross before defeating King Cadwallon ap Cadfon of Gwynedd.
Corbridge Roman Town
Visitors to Corbridge can walk along the main street of this Roman garrison town, flanked by the remains of granaries, a fountain house, markets, workshops and temples.
The Vallum community of artisans is baking, growing, smoking and roasting their way to the hearts of food lovers of all ages. Come and see them at the Tea Room and Ice Cream Parlour, Restaurant and Shop, bakery, butchery, smokery, florist and kitchen garden.
In the heart of Roman Wall country, perfectly situated for easy access to all the main attractions.
Places to Visit
Toilet & Shower Blocks
Toilet and shower blocks are of high specification, and regularly checked and maintained for your comfort. A fully equipped launderette on site helps keep those travel clothes clean.
Golf, horse-riding or fishing, the area offers some of the finest facilities to be found anywhere in Europe. The extensive lake of Kielder Water close by is a flourishing centre for a variety of water sports.
An Abundance of Wildlife
Fallowfield Dene is home to an abundance of wildlife. Local residents include red squirrels, foxes and badgers. Listen out for the tapping of the woodpecker or catch sight of a hovering kestrel.
First Class Restaurants Nearby
If you like to take a break from self-catering, there are several first class restaurants in Hexham and the surrounding area. Most local pubs offer tasty and appetising meals at reasonable prices.
Places to Eat
Set in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall Country, Warden is a beautiful and peaceful part of the Tyne Valley and the Boatside is a popular destination for locals, families as well as tourists looking for a hearty meal, a refreshing pint or a quiet glass of fine wine.
Our garden is comfortable and beautifully maintained and boasts a play area for children, meaning the whole family can enjoy themselves and if you have a dog, you are in good company as we have a reputation for being a dog friendly location.
Citrus Cafe serve a range of freshly prepared food and coffees for breakfast, (brunch) and lunch throughout the day. They bake daily to mix up their sweet and savoury treats, so keep popping in to see what they have on offer. There is a nice cosy interior or partially covered outside seating for those who like a bit of alfresco dining.
Located at Warden, just ten minutes drive from Fallowfield Dene, this is the perfect situation for walkers, cyclists, fishermen, children and dogs. They have everything covered with ample parking, bike racks and dog hooks.
Your Questions Answered
We’re often asked questions about Fallowfield Dene and what’s in the area from those who haven’t stayed with us before.
We’ve attempted to answer the most common ones here, but if there is anything else you would like to know please feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best to help.
What amenities are there at the park?
Toilet and shower blocks are high specification and regularly checked and maintained for your comfort. There is also a fully equipped wash room and launderette available on site.
What outdoor activities are nearby?
Set between Hadrians Wall to the north and the river Tyne to the south, both within a mile, the area offers walking, fishing and golf. Newcastle and the Northumbrian coast are 30 to 40 minutes away to the East.
Where is there to eat out?
There are many good local pubs and restaurants including the well known Boatside Inn, and the Citrus Cafe, both at Warden. The site itself has a well stocked café with Wifi.
How do I book?
To book fill in our online enquiry form or alternatively phone us on +44 (0) 1434 603 553 and we will be pleased to confirm your booking or answer any questions you have.
Are dogs welcome?
We allow up to two dogs which must be kept on a lead at all times whilst on site.
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Fallowfield Dene Caravan and Camping Park offers so much. In its secure rural setting, this highly rated park is located in secluded, mature woodland with all the facilities you would expect of a modern caravan park.
After booking in, you’ll be allocated a space within one of the Roman named wooded areas. Surrounded by thoughtful landscaping using such trees as mountain ash and silver birch to give you both privacy and an attractive outlook from your caravan.
What People Say
“Welcoming, friendly and helpful staff”
“The site is tidy and ideally located.”
“Approach is refreshing and had a lovely time.”