Wormald House is a pleasant country home located near the centre of Wylam which
is in the very attractive Tyne Valley and only 12 miles from the centre of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead's MetroCentre. Both are
accessible by train from the village station, we have easy access to Newcastle Airport and secure off-road
Wylam is the birthplace of railway pioneer George Stephenson and Wormald House stands on the site of the
birthplace of one of his contempories, Timothy Hackworth - Stephenson's Cottage, now owned by the National
Trust, is situated 1/2 mile east of the village.
We are only 1/2 mile from the Hadrian's Wall National Trail and offer every facility for walkers and
cyclists. The Hadrian's Cycle Way (Route 72) almost passes the house and we offer safe cycle storage.
A warm welcome and comfortable stay awaits you along with a refreshing welcome tray on arrival.