Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel, Gibbs Hill Farm, Bardon Mill, Nr Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 7AP
Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel is a conversion of a barn on a traditional working hill farm near Once Brewed on Hadrian’s Wall and close to the Pennine Way. The hostel is designed to reduce energy consumption and is centrally heated throughout. There are 3 bunkrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 toilets, a well equipped kitchen, comfortable sitting and dining area and a large deck where you can enjoy the evening sun. The hostel has a drying room, lockers, laundry facilities and safe cycle storage. Ideal for families who may take a whole room with private facilities. Study groups welcome. Situated near Hadrian’s Wall it is an excellent base for exploring the Roman sites, Hadrian’s Wall Trail and Northumberland National Park. Basic items of food may be purchased and evening meals can be ordered the day before. Continental breakfast £5, packed lunches £6.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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From the A69, turn north at Bardon Mill, signed ?Once Brewed'. Follow the signs towards ?Housesteads'. At the B6318, turn right and then immediately left towards ?Steel Rigg'. Follow for 1 mile, turn right to ?Gibbs Hill'.
Trains at Haltwhistle 6 miles. Regular bus service along A69 between Newcastle and Carlisle, and in summer the Hadrian's Wall bus runs between Newcastle and Carlisle. Alight at Once Brewed Information Centre and walk north to farm. Last bus 5.30pm from Haltwhistle.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee and is on the Hadrians Wall National Trail, the Pennine Way and the North Pennines.
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Historic self catering accommodation in an ideal for walking on Hadrian’s Wall
Gibbs Hill Farm is a traditional working hill farm on Hadrians Wall in the Northumberland National Park. Farmed now by the fourth generation and dating back to before the 17th century. Gibbs Hill Farm would have had to defend their stock from the violent Border Reivers in the past. Gibbs Hill was so named because the sheep stealers were hanged on a gibbet on the farms land as a warning to all! The present owners, a more peaceful family, are the fourth generation to farm here. The farm has cows, sheep and Highland cattle. Holiday cottages are available and a bunkhouse which welcomes individuals for single night stay and sleeps 18 people so is also ideal for groups.
Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel on Hadrian’s Wall
Come to Giibs Hill Farm Hostel on your exploration of Hadrian’s Wall, whether you are passing through or staying for a while to explore some of the amazing findings turning up in excavations of the Roman Vindolanda Fort. It is a fascinating site and museum and you never know what you might see being uncovered
Ideal B&B and Hostel accommodation for riders with their own horse.
Our countryside is wonderful for riding. Bring your horse on holiday with you to Gibbs Hill Farm, or stay for just one night while doing the Pennine Bridleway.
There are 4 new stables and a tack room. Fodder is supplied at a small charge and there is ample grazing. You may stay here and organise your own riding, or enjoy a 2-4 night holiday with organised route map. You can also have an argansied holiday which involves riding to other Farmstay Bed and Breakfast. For further particulars of the Hadrian Horse Holidays send for a leaflet from Mrs V Gibson at Gibbs Hill Farm.
Gibbs Hill Farm also hae an ideal location for those walking the Pennine Way, being less then 1km from the route.