Winter may be fast approaching, but that does not lessen the incredible experience of staying in a converted mine shop within the North Pennines AONB.

The days are getting short, which means you do not need to get up quite so early to catch a fantastic sunrise over the moors above Carrshield. We cannot guarantee snow, but the North Pennines is the snowiest place in England, so why not head here for some winter fun. The snow may not be here, but you will get a warm welcome.

At this time of year, the weather adds a beautiful magic touch to the valley, fells and moors that surround Carrshield Camping Barn, whether that is watching the mist slowly rise from the valley or watching colourful sunrises and sunsets. The leaves on the valley trees turning from green to gold to brown as the season gradually changes, give the area a splash of colour.
Snow often starts to fall towards the end of October, and on occasions will stay all the way through to April. A great time to come and enjoy the snowy slopes. There are ski centres at nearby Allenheads and Yad Moss (near Alston), or just go off piste and enjoy the vast open spaces that the area has to offer.
Whatever your adventures are during the day, you will be able to come back to a log fire, as all our rooms have multi fuel stoves and a basket of logs are provided. So regardless of the actual weather you are sure to get a warm welcome when booking a winter’s break at Carrshield Camping Barn.

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