Calico Barn Bunkbarn, Hemscott Hill Farm, Widdrington, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 5EQ
Opened in 2016, Calico Barn is perfect for walkers and cyclists passing on the adjacent walking and cycle routes. The barn, designed with these needs in mind, includes secure cycle storage with CCTV and drying room with lockers. All beds are cabin style bunks, fully fitted (so no squeaks) with comfortable, and long, mattresses and bedding. Each cabin has a light, twin socket, USB chargers, shelf and underbed storage. The Barn sleeps 18 in two twin rooms, two quads and a 6-bed private rooms. Beds are usually available in a shared room too.These are serviced by 3 wetroom bathrooms (one has disabled access). A fully equipped kitchen has hobs, microwaves, toaster/kettle and all cooking equipment. A dining area is next to the kitchen. Breakfast (cereals) is included in the price, as is tea & coffee. Cooked breakfast packs for guests to cook in the morning and evening meals can be ordered for a small additional fee. The sitting area has sofas, chairs, a Smart TV/DVD and wood-burning stove. Outside there is a veranda and an adjacent paddock where guests can have BBQs and borrow a fire pit. There is free Wifi in the Barn.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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18: 2×2, 1×6, 2×4
All year, all day.
Twin: £50 Quad: £100 6-Bed £150. Beds in shared room £25. Whole Barn £450. Self Catering with cereals, Tea & Coffee Provided
Book online via the website. Please contact us for whole barn bookings or beds in shared rooms
At the A1068 roundabout by the Widdrington Inn turn east and follow the road until you see the Calico Barn sign and turning on the right. Full directions on our website.
Buses to Berwick upon Tweed and Newcastle at Widdrington and Cresswell. Train station at Widdrington.
This accommodation is by the sea, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the Luxury Bunkhouses and Luxury Camping Barns page, the IHUK signage page and the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route.