Welcome To Easington Farm
Mr John Hyslop
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Easington Farm CL site is set within a working mixed organic farm. The site comprises a grass paddock with hard surfaced roadways and spacious hardstanding pitches. The site enjoys exceptional views out over the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and its castle. Each pitch extends to 10m x 10m in total comprising 10m x 4m hardstanding with an additional 3m of grass either side. Each pitch has its own dedicated water and electrical hook-up points. Home grown organic eggs are usually available on-site too. The site enjoys excellent 4G mobile phone network coverage, Ofcom lists it as full 4G coverage on EE, O2, Vodafone and Three.
The location is an ideal base providing easy access to explore the Northumbrian Coast and Countryside direct from your door with direct access onto to the Northumberland Coastal Route which passes the site and makes a good walking or cycle route to local attractions including several listed below.
The Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald's Way footpath actually pass through the farm within short walking distance of the site. The A1 Trunk Road is also within 1 mile giving excellent access to the greater area. Other local attractions are close at hand including Budle Bay (1 mile), Bamburgh Castle & Beach (4 miles), Seahouses (7.5 miles) St Cuthbert's Cave (6 miles walking, 8 miles driving), and the Sandstone Way cycle route (5 miles). Other very popular destinations include the Holy Island of Lindisfarne (8 miles), Chillingham Castle and Wild Cattle (10 miles), Northumberland National Park (11 miles) and Alnwick Castle and Gardens (17 miles), all within 20 minute drive.
There is a Co-op / Post Office shop in Belford (1.5 miles) which is very well equipped as well as several pubs and a fish and chip shop. There is also a Co-op in Seahouses together with fresh fish sellers. For other shopping and leisure needs Berwick upon Tweed (15 miles) and Alnwick (17 miles) are vey good, both can be reached directly via the A1 Trunk Road. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in proximity.
Facilities : Suitable for Caravans, Motorhomes and RVs, Glamping, Easy access, Electric hook up available, Grass and Hardstanding pitches, Dogs welcome, Scenic views, TV reception good.
Nearby : Cafe/Tea room, Fishing, Golf, Public transport, Pub/Restaurant, Shop.
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £16
Unable to stay sadly
We booked as part of a tour of the North. as we had been out all day arrived around 4pm. A text allocating our pitch had been sent so all seemed OK. Upon arrival all of the 4 pitches in the pictures were occupied. Our pitch, number 5, is not seen and is a cut out on a bank that slopes in 2 directions and is quite short, even for our 6m unit. Sadly had to then find an alternative CL.
Great bank holiday weekend
We had a really warm welcome from John on arrival he informed us of all the local beauty spots and was very informative. This CL site has picturesque views of the surrounding countryside and sea. In the distance you can see the Holy Island. It is a very peaceful and relaxing site within easy reach of Bamburgh with its magnificent castle also Seahouses is close by. If you like Watersports Beadnell bay is a great place to visit. We enjoyed the site that much we extended our stay. J and R
Directions : From the North and South A1, take exit signposted Budle/Warren Mill and continue over railway line. At T-junction turn right and continue for approximately 1 mile before taking the second right hand turn into Easington Farm CL.