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Calvert Trust Kielder

Hexham, Northumberland
Log cabins for rent
Pets allowed Pets allowed
Swimming pool (indoor) Swimming pool (indoor)
Bar Bar
Restaurant Restaurant
Takeaway Takeaway
Childrens play area Childrens play area
Family park Family park
Sauna Sauna
Laundry room Laundry room
Wheelchair access Wheelchair access
Parking Parking

Indoor Hydrotherapy Swimming pool
Accessible walks and activities
Aromatherapist
Games area
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Outdoor activities:

Land and water-based activities are run by friendly, qualified and experienced staff (available from March 1 to November 29) subject to availability. Charges apply. Pre-booking direct with park essential
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One bedroom has over bed ceiling hoist. Bathroom has a bath, wheel-in shower, fixed hoist over bath, shower chair and grab rails.
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Height adjustable work tops and sink in kitchen

The Calvert Trust Kielder's fully accessible centre is based on the edge of both Kielder Forest and Kielder Water in the magnificent Northumberland countryside and offers the opportunity for activity, care and tranquillity for people with disabilities their families and friends.

The Calvert Trust Kielder is a not-for-profit charity and began operations in 1981, and since then thousands of people have come through our doors and experienced both the opportunity to take part in activity and relax in the tranquillity of surroundings here in Kielder forest.

Plenty of beautiful open space and plenty of water make us a perfect venue to enjoy the outdoors. Whether you want to be on the water sailing and cruising or trying your hand at archery, or even scaling our climbing tower, the opportunity exists.

Alternatively you can choose to simply relax and take in the peace and quiet of this wonderful corner of Northumberland

Address
Northumberland
North of England
These details were last updated on 12th September 2018

Awards & Memberships


Tourist Board Self Catering 4 Stars

How to get there

From the east of England head for Newcastle upon Tyne, once there on the A1 you will see signs for Hexham and the A69. Follow the A69 past Hexham until a turning on the right of the dual carriageway signs towards Acomb and Chollerford A6079. Follow the road through Acomb village, Wall village and through to Chollerford at which point brown tourist information signs start signalling the way to ‘Kielder Water and Kielder Forest’. Once at Kielder Water and you can see the dam, the Calvert Trust is only 3.5 miles away past Tower Knowe Information Centre. The Calvert Trust is on the left hand side of the road. From the west of England / south of Scotland aim for junction 44 on the M6 by Carlisle. Turn off the M6 here and follow the A7 through Longtown. On approaching the next village of Canonbie there are brown tourist information signs marking the route through to Kielder. This route takes you through many country roads and is approximately one hour in journey time from Carlisle. Eventually you will come to Kielder village. Do not turn into the village but keep going past. The Calvert Trust is 5 miles past Kielder Village on the right hand side of the road. For those more technically minded our Grid Reference is NY663858.

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