Chollerford and Humshaugh are two small
villages next to each other in
Northumberland, about 25 miles west of
The villages are popular for people
visiting Hadrian's Wall with a hotel/bar
diner, an Inn, and a riverside tearoom.
Many walkers use this area for their second
stop heading west, or second last stop
Chollerford is situated less than half
of a mile east of Chesters Roman Fort.
The next stop heading west is normally
at Gilsland 18 miles west, over the
highest and best preserved sections of the
wall. This area also has some of the top
museums, castle and large priory. Hadrian's
The image below is of the bridge over
the River Tyne with Chollerford on the
Map . Hotels .
Catering . Restaurants