Tarset Tor Bunkhouse and Bothies, Greystones, Lanehead, Tarset, Hexham, NE48 1NT
Tarset Tor’s striking timber eco-buildings integrate effortlessly into their natural surroundings deep in the Northumberland National Park close to the Pennine Way, making the most of this remarkable location and providing the perfect base for outdoor adventures. The skies around Tarset Tor are now protected and are an International Dark Sky Reserve, making it the ideal spot from which to gaze at the stars. The stylish bunkhouse is a superb social space, offering comfortable, contemporary sleeping quarters together with shared cooking, eating, showering and lounge facilities. There is also a sauna and pool table. The incredibly versatile floorplan can be quickly adapted to create a welcoming venue for events, conferences and parties. The self-contained Bothy holiday homes enable guests to enjoy the peace and tranquility of Tarset Tor in a more private setting. A small number of campervan/camping pitches are also available.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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From A68 to Bellingham follow signs to Kielder Water. After 3 miles at Lanehead junction, look right to see Tarset Tor farmhouse. The bunkhouse and car park is just down the hill on the right.
Nearest train station is Hexham 20 miles and a bus runs to Bellingham 3 miles. Pick ups and drop offs can be arranged.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the Hostels with Camping map and the Pennine Way.
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Whatever the weather, wake up to one of Britain’s most breathtakingly unspoilt landscapes.
Wild weather at Tarset Tor. Book a stay on the edge of Kielder Forest in the heart of the Northumberland National Park and wake up to one of Britain’s most breathtakingly unspoilt landscapes, whatever the weather. Tarset Tors Bunkhouse and Bothies provide top notch, eco-friendly self-catering accommodation for outdoor enthusiasts, groups and families. Glowingly warm with generous wood-pellet fired stove boilers, the Bunkhouse sleeps 20 and the Bothies 8. All self contained with lounges kitchens and stunning views.
Snow drops and clear sky’s make Norhtumberland a great destination for a February holiday.
Tarset Tor bothies HALF PRICE throughout February. Snow drops and clear sky’s make Norhtumberland a great destination for a February holiday. The waterfall at Hareshaw Linn makes a great walk and other short walks nearby include ‘The Tarset Bastle Trail’ and the Famous ‘Sycamore Gap Loop ‘ (tree of the year) on Hadrian’s wall. There are 5 old style country pubs with real ales and real fires too within 5 miles of Tarset Tor most doing good food. So if you and a group of mates and or family members fancy a short cheap break in Northumberlands ‘North Tyne Valley’ ALL availability in our bothies is HALF PRICE throughout February, that makes them just £200 for a weekend or £12.50 per bed per night. Book soon to get your ideal dates.
As if the earthbound attractions of Kielder werent enough…
You can read elsewhere about Tarset Tor’s amazing timber eco-buildings which look like Kevin McCloud’s idea of a perfect bunkhouse. You can be charmed on their website by the spacious and comfortable rooms as well as being impressed by their impeccable eco-credentials.
But don’t forget that the area around Tarset Tor has England’s clearest skies. Northumberland National Park, in collaboration with Kielder Water and the Forest Park to become only the second International Dark Skies Park in Europe. The nearby Kielder Observatory takes full advantage of that. Why not join them for a weekend of cosmic discovery?