Pretty village below Kielder Water dam

This pretty village nestles below the dam of Kielder Water on a loop of the River North Tyne. It is a great base from which to take in Northumberland National Park and the Scottish borders beyond.

It has community gardens and a picnic area, children’s play area behind the village hall, toilets, car parking, tearooms, a Post Office, a pub, accommodation and a riverside trail.


Falstone Village Tearooms

Based in the former Victorian School at Falstone, a small village between Bellingham and Kielder in Northumberland, we are a Tearoom, Craft Gallery, Community Shop and National Park Information Point.  The majority of the food served is prepared and cooked on the premises including cakes and tray bakes.
You will also find a  free car park and free Wi-Fi.

For more information visit the Falstone Tearooms Facebook Page

The Stell

Created by Sunderland-based artist Colin Wilbourn in collaboration with Falstone Village. The artist worked with members of the community to develop the idea for the sculpture and ran workshops enabling villagers to produce drawings that became the images on the intricate ‘throws’ that hang over the backs and armrests of the seats.

This architectural installation located near the village of Falstone and deep within the very heart of the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park. What appears to be a sheep pen is actually a place to sit and gaze at the starry skies above.