Garrigill Village Hall, Garrigill Village Hall, Garrigill, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3DS
Call Bookings Secretary on 01434 647516
OverviewThe perfect overnight stop for Pennine Way walkers and C2C cyclists, Garrigill Village Hall's cosy but spacious bunkroom sleeps up to 8 (or 9 with the pull out sofabed). Bedding hire is available. For larger groups the main hall can offer a further 12 camp beds for those with sleeping bags.
Our picturesque village is close to the source of the Tyne river and has a Post Office/village store. The village pub is scheduled to re-open Summer 2022.
We offer free wifi, a roomy modern kitchen for self-catering, drying room with spin dryer and dehumidifier to dry off those wet clothes after your day's activity. Outside there is a covered cycle shelter with securing rails to keep your bike safe overnight. Bring your sleeping bag or hire our bedding for £5.
Camping is also available for individuals or small groups with outdoor washing up area and standpipe (cold water only). Campers may use the showers and drying room by prior arrangement for £2pppn.
Beds & Rooms:20: Bunkroom: 8 bunks. Main Hall: 12 camp beds + floor space for 15.
Open:All year. All day
Price per night:£15pp. Bunkroom bedding hire (if required) £5 pp per stay. Camping £7 pp (DofE or other youth activity groups half price).
Booking:Book via website if you are able, otherwise phone 01434 647516
Directions:Go uphill through Alston town centre and follow the road B6277 (signed Garrigill) The Village Hall is on the left as you enter the village just after crossing the bridge at the sharp bend.
Public Transport:Closest buses at Alston (4 miles), trains at Penrith, Haltwhistle and Carlisle.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Trans Euro Trail Settle to Carlisle Isaacs Tea Trail C2C Cycle Route Pennine Way
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Perfect Duke of Edinburgh Award campsite and bunkhouse in the Lake District
July 2nd 2021
Garrigill Village Hall in the Lake District is ideal for DofE Groups. There is bunkhouse style accommodation above the village hall and a simple campsite with showers and toilets in the grounds. There is even Wifi. All this and a discounted camping rate for DofE Groups. It couldn’t be better.
The camping in the Hall Field is available most times of the year. The village hall’s toilets are open to the public 24/7 and located just off the foyer. They comprise two ladies cubicles and a single gents cubicle and urinal. There are also separate wheelchair-accessible toilet. There’s an outdoor washing-up area behind the village hall and free wifi in the hall’s foyer.
The bunkroom above the village hall sleeps 8 with bedding hire available. Larger groups can BYO bedding and use the hall itself where 12 camp beds are available. There a well equipped kitchen, showers and drying room.
Vehicles are not allowed on the Hall Field. Limited parking is available next to the public telephone box and on the roadside in the village centre.
Camping in the Hall Field is £7 per person per night with a discounted rate of £4 for DofE or similar bona fide youth activity group. To book this special rate online contact the bookings secretary for the promo code.
There is an option for a nightly extra £2 per person (please request when making your booking) to dry out your gear and freshen up in the hall’s two shower cubicles and drying room, accessed via the key-coded rear door of the hall.
Check in with the bookings secretary that the Hall Field is fully available for your group.
Budget accommodation for walkers on the Isaac’s Tea Trail
June 30th 2021
Garrigill Village Hall is around 2.5 miles from Isaac’s Tea Trail and offers basic overnight accommodation for walkers. There’s an 8 bed bunk room with bedding available to hire, or for larger groups the hall itself can be hired with up to 12 camp-beds available but no bedding provided.
The perfect overnight stop-over for Pennine Way walkers or C2C cyclists.
May 10th 2021
The perfect overnight stop for walkers doing the Pennine Way or Cyclists on the C2C route. Garrigill Village Hall has a spacious bunk room above the village hall room. In the wild and wonderful North Pennines the Village Hall has camping facilities, a well equipped kitchen and free Wifi.