Apparently, we're not alone in thinking this UNESCO World Heritage Site is pretty cool - Hadrian’s Wall scooped the Heritage Site of the Year in this year’s BBC Countryfile Magazine awards. The National Trust conserves and manages six miles of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hadrian's Wall, including the now iconic Sycamore Gap. Thank you to everyone who voted!
We could be biased but we love Northumberland. With its rolling green hills, stunning scenery (if we do say so ourselves) and some truly brilliant places to visit. To help, there's three self catering holiday cottages situated alongside the iconic World Heritage Site, Hadrian’s Wall. It's the perfect place for a getaway and to admire the stars - especially as they're the darkest skies in England.