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Northumbrian Water

Northumbrian Water is part of Northumbrian Water Limited, which is a member of Northumbrian Water Group (NWG).
Northumbrian Water operates in the North East of England and provides both water and sewerage services.

Kielder Waterside is owned and operated by Northumbrian Water, it is on the site of the largest man-made lake in northern Europe, Kielder Reservoir, which was built by Northumbrian Water. The reservoir was built and opened in 1982 as a sustainable water source.

As well as being a large company, Northumbrian Water is also part of the Kielder Water & Forest Park Development trust and is committed to sustaining the economy in Kielder, the most remote village in England.

The company is registered under the Companies Acts (Reg. No. 2366703). Our registered office is Northumbria House, Abbey Road, Pity Me, Durham DH1 5FJ.


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How to find us

Always follow the brown signs

Coming from Jedburgh/the north east of Scotland take the A68 heading south then the B6320 from Otterburn to Bellingham. Follow the brown signs to Kielder Water & Forest Park.

Those travelling from the north west of Scotland should follow the A7. Leave the road at Canonbie to join the B6357 to Newcastleton and Kielder Water & Forest Park is signposted from there.

From Newcastle or Carlisle follow the A69 to Hexham then follow the B6320 to Bellingham (brown – signed Kielder Water & Forest Park) and then the C200 to Kielder Water & Forest Park.

In all instances always follow the brown signs for Kielder Water & Forest Park; Landal Kielder Waterside is within the park.

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What our customers have to say

  • "Brilliant holiday with lots to do for all ages and abilities."

  • "Beautiful scenery, peaceful surroundings. Very quiet location. Good cycle/walking routes, (a few steep hills). Activities were good. Bird of Prey centre was excellent."

  • "Great holiday lots of fun and wildlife will definitely return."

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