Trail Accommodation - Camping

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Camping Accommodation

From Cross Fell, Garrigill and Alston

Garrigill Village Hall
Garrigill Village Hall, Garrigill, Alston, Cumbria CA9 3DS, UK
Tel: 01434 647516
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Garrigill Village Hall is a great place for an overnight stopover for walkers and cyclists, especially if you're doing the Pennine Way or the C2C cycle route. With free wifi, the cosy but spacious upstairs bunkroom provides a welcoming retreat after a tiring but fulfilling day's activity on the Pennine fells. There are two comfy sofas on which to relax (one converts to a double bed) and eight single bunk beds and you can hire bedding if you're not bringing your own. For larger groups, 12 camp beds are also available in the main hall without the bedding hire option. You can book online; our charge £15 pppn charge includes shared use of the well-equipped kitchen, showers and toilets. There's a spin dryer, dehumidifier and hanging rails in the drying room for drying wet kit overnight. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept away from the camping field which is shared with a children's playground.

We also offer camping facilities for individuals and small groups on the field behind the Hall. We charge £7 per person per night. (£4 for DofEor similar youth groups). The campsite is open most times of the year. No dogs please - the field is shared with a children's playground.
Although not a fully serviced campsite, we do try to provide the minimum basic facilities to a good standard. An outdoor washing-up area and standpipe (cold water only) are available behind the Hall. Showers (hot!) and a drying room within the Hall are available to campers by prior arrangement, cost £2 per person.

Contact: Garrigill Village Hall
Tel No: 01434 647516

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Tyne Willows Caravan Site
Station Road, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3HZ
Tel: 01434 382515
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Tel No: 01434 382515

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Haughton Common and Bellingham

Stonehaugh Campsite
The Old Farmhouse, Northumberland National Park, Stonehaugh, Stonehaugh Shields, Hexham, Northumberland NE48 3BU, UK
Tel: 01434 230798
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A quiet site in Northumberland Narional Park situated between Hadrians Wall and Bellingham. Approx. half a mile from the Pennine Way.

Grading: 3
Contact: Mr Alan Townsend
Tel No: 01434 230798

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Otterburn and Byrness

Border Forest Caravan Park
Cottonshopeburnfoot, Near Otterburn, Northumberland, NE19 1TF
Tel: 01830 520259
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Camping & Caravanning Club Listed. Small shop & cafe local meals from 8am. Member of Green Tourism Scheme
Contact: Mrs Angela Flanagan
Tel No: 01830 520259

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Kirk Yetholm

Barrowburn Farm
Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 7BP, UK
Tel: 01669 650059
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We offer simple accommodation in one of the most remote and rugged landscapes in northumberland.

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our family took over the tenancy of barrowburn farm in november 2016, and have been living here and farming the land since then. the farm is owned by the m.o.d, and is an off-grid, hill sheep farm set in the heart of the northumberland national park. With the Cheviot hills all around and the river Coquet running through, we are well placed to explore some of northumberland's most wild and beautiful landscapes. Water to all our accommodation is filtered spring water, and electricity is generated by solar panels, a wind turbine and (when all else fails!) a diesel generator.

All the hills surrounding our accommodation is 'open access' land, which means that you can wander around freely, and you are welcome to bring your dog and enjoy the hills responsibly.

If you plan your visit in june or early july, check out our sssi (Site of Special Scientific  Interest) designated wild-flower meadows, which are some of the finest examples of their kind pretty much anywhere! 

While you're here, enjoy our internationally recognised dark skies; giving stunning views of the night sky and milky-way. Use the deck chairs available in Both the Camping Barn and Deer Hut and borrow our dark sky pack (binoculars, red torch, star map and planisphere) to make the most of viewing the amazing starry nights!

Contact: Scott Iley
Tel No: 01669 650059

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Kirkfield Caravan Park, Grafton Road, Town Yetholm, Kelso TD5 8SA, UK
Tel: 07791291956
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Tel No: 07791291956

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