Bluebell Farm Bunkbarn, Bluebell Farm Caravan Park, Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7QE
Call Phyl on 01668 213362
OverviewBluebell Farm Caravan Park is in the centre of Belford, within walking distance of shops and pubs. It is ideally located for exploring Nothumberland's Heritage Coast, the Cheviot Hills and the historic Scottish Borders. The Bunkbarn sleeps 14 and the Studio sleeps 4. There are also 5 self-catering cottages and, as a recent addition, there are two studio apartments, one within the Bluebell Farm complex and the other within walking distance on the village high street. The Bunkbarn has a family room for 6, an 8 bed dorm and a fully equipped but small self-catering kitchen. The Studio has a bunkroom for 4, a kitchen, sitting and dining area with outside decking. There is a shared toilet block, renovated in 2015. Pillows and blankets are provided and you can hire linen, duvets and towels or a sleeping bag. Our Swan Suite studio apartment sleeps two on a fold down double sofa bed. It has its own kitchen facilities, WC and walk-in shower, CH, TV, free WiFi and secluded private patio, with off-street parking. Bed linen and towels are provided. Our West View studio apartment also sleeps two on a fold down double sofa bed. It also has its own kitchen facilities, dining area, WC and walk-in shower, CH, TV and on-street parking. Bed linen and towels are provided. Activities include golf, climbing, canoeing, diving, horse riding, fishing, cycling and walking. Dogs welcome by arrangement. Duke of Edinburgh groups, divers, walkers, cyclists all welcome.
Beds & Rooms:Bunkbarn 14: 1 x 8, 1 x 6. Studio 4: 1 x 4.
Open:All year. Check in by 9 pm, departure by 10 am.
Price per night:Bunkbarn: £15 under 16s £8. Studio: £20 under 16s £10. Linen and towel hire £8pp. Sole use rates available.
Booking:Recommended throughout school holidays and for weekends.
Directions:From the A1 take B1342 into the village. Turn onto B6349 signposted for Wooler. Bluebell Farm is first main driveway on right, almost opposite the Co-op.
Public Transport:Trains at Berwick upon Tweed. Buses from Berwick to Belford. Local bus from Newcastle.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Sandstone Way, the St Oswalds Way and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award page.
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Bluebell farm and Bunkhouse stays closed.
June 28th 2020
We will not be re-opening until there is further relaxation of rules relating to shared facilities, particularly shower/toilet blocks as we do not currently have enough staff to undertake cleaning at more frequent intervals.
Ideal for walkers and cyclists passing through Northumberland
September 19th 2019
In the heart of North Northumberland just 5 miles from the spectacular beaches at Bamburgh, song birds tweet sweet melodies in the trees of Bluebell Farm.
Bluebell Farm offers a range of self catering accommodation. The Bunkbarn has hostel style accommodation with a self contained Studio annexe. There are static caravans and spaces for touring caravans, with a small area for tents. You can also hire a one man wooden tent, with gas camping stove, available for hire by the night and ideal for walkers and cyclists passing through. There are holiday cottages too.
For fantastic walking in Northumberland, Bluebell Farm Bunkbarn is your perfect base.
August 6th 2019
Less than 1km from Bluebell Farm you will find the following routes: Berwick Borough Boundary Walk (108 miles), Lakeland to Lindisfarne (199 miles), Northmberland Coastal Path (63 miles), Reiver’s Way (150 miles), St Oswald’s Way (96 miles) and Tops of the North (443 miles).
Less than 1km from Bluebell Farm you will find the following routes: Berwick Borough Boundary Walk (108 miles), Lakeland to Lindisfarne (199 miles), Northmberland Coastal Path (63 miles), Reiver’s Way (150 miles), St Oswald’s Way (96 miles) and Tops of the North (443 miles). While within 4 km there are The Alternative Coast to Coast (199 miles), Inn way to Northumberland (98 miles), Northern Crossway (196 miles) and St Cuthbert’s Way (63 miles). Search our your OS maps, dust off your walking boots and book in at Bluebell Farm for fresh air, freedom and some serious footwork!