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Herding Hill Farm and Herding Campers

If you love Drummohr Camping and Glamping Site why not visit our 5-star campsite in Northumberland?

Herding Hill Farm and Herding Campers

Herding Hill Farm is located close to Haltwhistle, Northumberland, just 1 mile from the spectacular World Heritage Hadrian’s Wall. Our Northumberland campsite is family-friendly and perfect for couples and we welcome dogs, with a dog walk area on site.

A 5-star campsite, as accredited by both the AA and Visit England, Herding Hill Farm is a dog-friendly campsite, offering scenic and spacious touring and camping pitches with electric and a range of glamping accommodation, some of our glamping pods have hot tubs. There is a luxury Northumberland lodge with hot tub. A 5-star amenity block with underfloor heating has indoor camper’s kitchen and Information room, bath and showers, as well as a sauna available for private hire. Onsite is a children’s playground, laundry animal petting farm and a BBQ hut for hire. There is also a small shop selling local Northumberland produce and vending machines for hot drinks and confectionery. A Dark Sky Friendly site, Herding Hill Farm is perfect for star gazing and we offer BBQs and fire pits for hire. The site is open all year round. Free WiFi and parking.

Herding Campers offers North East camper van hire, with two sleek VW T6 camper vans for hire from Herding Hill Farm.

Nestled up the hill from the small town of Haltwhistle, and with excellent road and public transport links, Herding Hill Farm is an excellent base from which to explore Northumberland. The Roman forts of Birdsowald, Housesteads and Vindolanda are close by. The campsite is located close to some of the best preserved and most spectacular sections of the Roman Wall and there are some excellent circular walks. The AD122 bus stops outside the campsite (in season) and allows guests to explore the attractions of Hadrian’s Wall without

Further afield, the castles and spectacular beaches of coastal Northumberland, the hills of the Cheviots and Northern Pennines, Kielder Forest and Kielder Water, as well as the market towns of Corbridge and Hexham, are all easily accessible for a day trip. The train line from Haltwhistle connects the cities of Newcastle and Carlisle. The Lake District and Scottish borders are just a short drive.

Why not do a fabulous road trip by combining a stay at Drummohr with a trip to Herding Hill Farm? Just 100 miles apart, our two gorgeous campsites are perfect for exploring the Northumberland and the East Lothian coast and countryside and whether you take the Scottish borders or the Northumberland coastal route, the journey could not be any more spectacular.

To book a stay at Herding Hill Farm or to enquire about availability call us on 01434 320175 or CLICK HERE.

You can visit our current website here at www.herdinghillfarm.co.uk.