There are two Roman sites located close together in Benwell, a suburb of Newcastle upon Tyne. The first is the Benwell Roman Temple, a small temple dedicated to the local British god Antenociticus. The temple stands in what was once the vicus, a 2nd-century civilian settlement surrounding the Roman fort at Benwell. Broomridge Avenue, Benwell, Hadrian's Wall, Tyne and Wear, England, NE15 6QP
Denton Turret is the partial remains of a turret and an associated length of Hadrian's Wall. The turret is also known as Turret 7b. It is almost square, measuring 13 feet by 14 feet. Excavation has revealed a platform inside the turret, which is set into the wall to a depth of 5 feet. Turret Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hadrian's Wall, Tyne and Wear, England, NE15 7TH
A short section of Hadrian's Wall measuring 255 metres in length. The Wall is up to 3 metres wide and stands to a height of 1.7 metres in places. B6528, Hexham Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Hadrian's Wall, Tyne and Wear, England, NE15 0ED
The partial remains of a Roman fort established at the eastern terminus of Hadrian's Wall. Segedunum features a viewing tower which gives good views over a site which includes a reconstructed bathhouse and a section of the original Wall. Buddle Street, Wallsend, Hadrian's Wall, Tyne and Wear, England, NE28 6HR
Celebrating its two hundredth anniversary the Marsden Inn is situated on the rolling hills above Marsden Bay in the North East town of South Shields. We've recently finished a Â£250 000 refurbishment of our nine en-suite hotel rooms which opened to great acclaim in September 2015.