Bluebell Farm Bunkbarn, Bluebell Farm Caravan Park, Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7QE
Bunkbarn and Caravan park in NorthumberlandBluebell Farm Caravan Park is in the centre of Belford, within walking distance of shops and pubs. It is ideally located for exploring Northumberland'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 are provided and you can hire linen, duvets and towels. 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. Rates for Swan Suite and West View from £85 per night.
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Beds & Rooms:18: Bunkbarn 14: 1x8, 1x6. Studio 4: 1x4. Plus apartments & cottages
Open:All year. Check in by 9 pm, departure by 10 am.
Price per night:Bunkbarn: £20, under 16s £10. Studio: £25, under 16s £12.50. 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.
- Trains at Berwick upon Tweed. Buses from Berwick to Belford. Local bus from Newcastle.
- Long Distance Walks Castles and Coasts Route Trans Euro Trail St Cuthbert's Way St Oswalds Way Sand Stone Way
By the Sea Close to a Pub Dog Friendly Individuals welcome Duke of Edinburgh's Award
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This place was one of the most important centres of early English Christianity…!
January 13th 2023
Lying off the Northumberland coast, just a few miles south of the border with Scotland, lies The Holy Island of Lindisfarne. This tidal island is cut off from the mainland twice a day. It is just three miles in length and one and a half miles across. Explore the monastery ruins that made it one of the most important centres of early English Christianity.
Staying at Bluebell Farm Bunkhouse while exploring this part of Northumberland makes perfect sense. There are 18 beds in total located in the dorm-style bunkroom and studio room. A one-night stay is as little as £20. The Swan Suite studio apartment sleeps two on a fold-down double sofa bed. It has its kitchen facilities, WC and walk-in shower, CH, TV, free WiFi and a secluded private patio, with off-street parking.
There is plenty of other amazing activities in the local area such as:
- Visiting the nearby coastal towns and villages, such as Bamburgh, which is home to a beautiful castle, and Alnwick, which is known for its beautiful gardens and castle.
- Exploring the Northumberland National Park, which offers a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and birdwatching.
- Visiting the Farne Islands, which are home to a variety of seabirds and seals and are a popular destination for boat trips.
- Playing a round of golf at one of the nearby courses, such as the Bamburgh Castle Golf Club or the Belford Golf Club.
- Taking a walk or bike ride along the Northumberland Coast Path, which offers breathtaking views of the coast and countryside.
Right on the Coast & Castles Trail, why not come stay?
August 18th 2021
In the center of Belford we are ideally located for intrepid adventurers of the Castles and Coasts Cycle trail. The stunning Northumberland Coastline is yours to explore at Bluebell Farm.
Just a short walk from the high street, we’re happy to welcome any cyclists making their way on the Coast & Castles route, one of the most scenic cycle paths in the country. Our bunkbarn can sleep up to 14 in addition we have lots of space in our self-catering cottages. Or if you prefer to rough it we have our one-man wooden tents with camping stoves. These are ideal for those who just want a kip in off-trail time. Notable coasts and castles nearby include Bamburgh beach and Chillingham Castle. Come see for yourself