Demesne Farm Bunkhouse, Demesne Farm, Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2BS
Call Robert Telfer on 07967 396345
OverviewThis self-catering unit was converted in 2004 from a barn on a working hill farm in the centre of Bellingham near to Northumberland National Park. The farm is situated on the Pennine Way, Route 68, and the Reivers & Sandstone Way cycle routes. The bunkhouse is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland, Hadrian's Wall, Kielder Water and many climbing crags. It accommodates 15 and is perfect for groups, individuals and families. The bedrooms are fitted with hand crafted oak man-sized bunk beds, high quality mattresses, pillows, cushion flooring and full bed linen. Towels can be hired. Downstairs there is a large living room with wood-burning stove and central heating with leather sofas and WiFi. The large kitchen with under floor heating has electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils and farmhouse table & chairs to seat 15. It has 2 bathrooms with under floor heating, hot showers, basins, toilets. In the courtyard there is ample parking, bike lock up, drying room and a gravelled area with picnic tables.
Beds & Rooms:15: 1x8, 1x4, 1x3.
Open:All year. Hours flexible but no check in after 9pm.
Price per night:£22 per person, £16 under 18's (including linen).
Booking:Please book in advance.
Directions:100 metres from centre of village, located next to the petrol station.
Public Transport:Trains at Hexham (17 miles), regular bus service from Hexham to Bellingham. Bellingham bus stop 100 metres from bunkhouse. By car: Newcastle 45 mins, Scottish Border 20 mins, Kielder Water 10 mins.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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January 2nd 2019
Almost immediately after leaving Greenhead on the way to Bellingham, the Pennine Way path joins the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall. It continues along this extremely well preserved section of the wall for the next 8 miles. As soon as it turned away from Hadrian’s Wall I felt like I was back where I belonged. After 200 miles, I felt connected to the Pennine Way. It hadn’t always been kind to me but I didn’t take it personally, because this is part of what it means to walk any long-distance path.Read More
Demesne Farm bunkhouse is ideal for Staycations in 2020
June 25th 2020
On a working hill farm in Bellingham near the Northumberland National Park. Situated on the Pennine Way, Route 68 and the Reivers & Sandstone Way cycle routes, it is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland, Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder Water and many climbing crags. The bunkhouse is very well appointed with quality bunks, a well equipped kitchen and large farmhouse table.
Dogs are welcome at Demesne Farm Bunkhouse
August 24th 2019
Close to Kielder Water, Hadrian’s Wall, the Reivers Coast to Coast and Pennine Way.
Set in the beautiful Northumbrian village of Bellingham, Demesne Farm bunkhouse and camp site provide ideal accommodation for activities at Kielder Water, visitors to Hadrian’s Wall and walkers and cyclists on the Reivers Coast to Coast or Pennine Way.
The Bunkhouse provides cosy accommodation for up to 15 people (in 3 bedrooms) and you can hire a bed or the entire bunkhouse. Dogs are welcome too. The campsite is flat and sheltered. The campsite is open May to October and the bunkhouse is open all year round.
Red Squirrel at Demesne Farm accommodation on the Pennine Way
May 29th 2018
Hire a bed or groups of people who enjoy outdoor activities can hire the entire bunkhouse.
Demesne Farm Bunkhouse provides a comfortable place to stay for walkers on the Pennine Way. There is a drying room for muddy boots and dogs are welcomes too. Set in the beautiful Northumbrian village of Bellingham the Bunkhouse provides cosy accommodation for up to 15 people (in 3 bedrooms) and there is a flat, sheltered camp site too.
Bellingham and the campsite and bunkhouse are only a short journey from the many activities on offer at Kielder Water and the World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall. A convenient and scenic stop off point for walkers and cyclists participating in the Reivers Coast to Coast or Pennine Way.