Inside the Northumberland National Park, south facing with wall to wall sunshine and on the southern slopes of Simonside with its extensive walking and cycling trails.
Chartners farm in Harwood forest is truly off the grid; generating their own electricity using a wind turbine and PV panels and pumped spring water. Surprise yourself by seeing how it can be done and be as sustainable as possible at this unique location. With deer, buzzards, owls and a wide variety of woodland birds to see, you may even see spot foxes on the grassy area out front.
Adults and children alike will enjoy the freedom to explore the area around the farm and trek or bike along the forest trails. The hostel is so secluded within Harwood Forest, there are no roads, traffic or boundaries to worry about. The whole area is so quiet you may even hear a cuckoo in spring. Moreover, without the internet young and old alike will want to make their own entertainment. A winter bonus could be brought to you by the long nights. Stars are much more visible to the naked eye with our Dark Skies status.
Just drop us an email and we’ll get back to you quickly with information prior to your booking.Find out more about Chartners Farm Off The Grid