Loughviews Bunkroom, Greenlee Farm, Bardon Mill, Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 7AS
Call Hazel Harris on 07730367141
Idyllic, secluded and rural bunkroomClose to Hadrians Wall, the Pennine Way & Pennine Journey Loughviews Bunkroom is perfect for walkers, cyclists & for exploring the Northumberland National Park.
Once part of a typical stone Northumbrian cowshed, Loughviews Bunkroom has been tastefully converted to provide comfortable, affordable bunkroom accommodation for up to 4 people. The bunkroom is open plan with 2 sets of bunk beds, a dining table, fridge and kettle. Continental breakfast can be ordered in advance (£5) and the Twiced Brewed pub (3 miles away) offers classic home cooked evening meals food and award-winning home brewed beers. The bunkroom leads you directly to a paved patio area with seating and stunning views
Occupying an idyllic, rural & secluded position, the bunkroom is 2.5 miles along a private track from the nearest road. (The track is gated so please be sure to close any gates you open). Surrounded by open farmland and breath-taking views across Greenlee Lough to Hadrians Wall and Sycamore Gap it is the perfect place to escape, relax and unwind. In the evenings you can enjoy the mesmerising beauty of the dark skies of Northumberland International Dark Sky Park while in the mornings you will wake to the sound of incredible bird song. Wildlife abounds and if you are observant you should spot roe deer, buzzards, ospreys and many others.
For walkers Loughviews has easy access to Hadrians Wall, the Pennine Journey and the Pennine Way and it would make the perfect stopover for anyone doing these routes. (Lifts to the Twice Brewed for evening meals can be arranged). It is also an excellent base for cyclists and for exploring Roman sites, Kielder Forest all the attractions, castles and beaches of the Northumberland National Park.
As well as the bunkroom there is a 2 bed holiday cottage available for weekly lets.
Beds & Rooms:Bunkroom: 4: 1x4. Cottage: 4: 2x2
Price per night:Bunkroom: £25pp. Single occupancy £30. Continental breakfast £5. Enquire for cottage.
Directions:Follow Google maps for Greenlee Farm do not follow directions for post code. Please re-close all gates immediately after passing through.
- Hadrians Wall Path Hadrians Cycleway Pennine Way Pennine Journey Land's End to John O Groats on foot Great North Trail
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“a gem of a place to spend a night or a few nights-so tranquil and relaxing.”
July 20th 2022
A recent visitor to Loughviews Bunkroom had an amazing time and you can read their glowing review below.
“thank you so much for your great hospitality and I really enjoyed my stay in your wonderfully equipped bunkhouse with that fantastic view out over the lake. I enjoyed my wild swimming, my 7 mile hike right from your house around the Hadrian’s Wall /Pennine Way circuit and of course being able to do some wild swimming in the Lake, not forgetting your lovely breakfast with fresh farm eggs and the wonderful home baking and flapjacks!, it really is a gem of a place to spend a night or a few nights-so tranquil and relaxing. Thank you very much.”
Why not come see for yourself why our visitors love this place so much.
Bunkroom just the other side of Greenlee Lough from Sycamore Gap or Housesteads Roman Fort – Vercovicium
March 17th 2022
This new, stylish & cosy bunkroom has easy access Hadrian’s Wall (or you can arrange a lift to/from the path). Situated 2.5 miles from the nearest road you are assured of a peaceful night’s sleep. Lifts to the Twice Brewed for evening meals can be arranged. Bedding is provided and you can book breakfast if you don’t want to self-cater.
Run with walkers in mind, Loughviews Bunkroom has made up bunkbeds for 4, a kitchenette with cutlery, crockery, kettle & fridge, optional continental breakfast, the possibility of lifts to the local pub for your evening meal and pick up/drop off lifts to the trail. If you walk with your dog, you’ll be delighted to learn that dogs are welcome too. Unlike a growing number of Airbnbs, one-night stays are fine, but once you’ve seen this bunkroom’s idyllic, rural and secluded setting you’ll be tempted to stay a liitle longer!