Easington Farm

Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7EG

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

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

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 (information on these and other recommended walking routes availabile to site guests can be found on our website). 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.

Local Amenities

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.

Due to the exceptional level of demand, all enquiries must be made by email to ensure a timely response.

Facilities on site ...

  • Working farm

Prices

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies weekends)

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Offer image for: Bamburgh Castle - Free tea or coffee in the Tea Room
Offer image for: Bailiffgate Museum & Gallery - Two for the price of one
Offer image for: Newbiggin Maritime Centre - 50% discount
Offer image for: The Big Shoot - Donnington, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - 10% discount
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Postcode:
NE70 7EG
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GPS:
Lat 55.607606 / Lon -1.8035546
OS field ref:
NU124349
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Easington Farm
Disappointed says it all. As the site is advertised as a CL, with water and EHU to each pitch, with large hardstanding pitch with 3m of grass either side, i was looking forward to the stay. That feeling soon passed on arrival, when i found out the only 2 pitches available were very uneven, and once pitched, the caravan was lower than the grass at the side, so could not erect my awning. Motorhomes on the first 3 pitches. Told when booking i would be allocated a pitch, that didn't happen. Owner said he would endeavour to call, that didn't happen. Thought i would move pitches when m/homes left 1 and 2, but got beaten to it by a couple in a tent, who parked on the hardstanding, and pitched the tent on all the grass between 1 and 2. The following day, a caravanner arrived that had been allocated pitch 1, but couldn't pitch up due to the tent, ended up going further back on the grass, losing the views he should have had. At one point, including the tent, there were 6 units on site. Added to that, behind fencing to the rear of my van, were 2 shepherds huts. They kept coming through the site to empty their grey and chemical wastes. Be aware, the site photo gives the impression of lovely level pitches, and if you are a caravanner you would struggle to erect an awning unless on pitches 1 or 2. Personally don't think this is worth £18 per night

Houst

Reviewed on 26/09/2021 19:50

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Easington Farm
A site in a great location for Lindisfarne, Bamburgh etc. Views are superb. Water and electricity on each pitch. 6 units on site for 2 nights. One a tent. Hard standings are not level. Caravan awnings are not possible on pitches 4,5 and 7. Pitch 5 doesn't meet pitch description above. Not exclusive C+MC site with other caravanners staying in storage area behind and walking through to use the chemical toilet etc. Access to the shepherd hut behind between pitches 4 and 5 so cars driving in and out. Hard standing is rough, large stones. Site looked scruffy with vegetation growing around water and EHU point. Expensive at £18 compared to other CL's charging similar. Eggs available to buy on site for local community. Not an exclusive CL for 5 vans.

lizbird74

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Reviewed on 20/09/2021 20:37

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Easington Farm
Stayed 9 nights, excellent for longer stays, so long as you have your own facilities. I agree with previous review that pitches 1-3 are better suited for awnings. No evening/night noise from the road. The walk from the site has amazing views. Very good communication 4 weeks prior to arrival confirming which pitch you have been allocated and arrival information. The proximity to Bamburgh and Holy Island is excellent. Didn’t meet the owner, which is fine with us, busy lives but at hand if required

M22Hey

Reviewed on 03/09/2021 20:10

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Wonderful views

Easington Farm
Overlooking Lindisfarne it would be difficult to find a better view from your caravan. Excellent facilities, by far the best grey water disposal we have come across. If you have an awning probably best to ask for pitch 1 or 2, higher numbers could do with a good rolling to get the grassed section more level with the actual pitches but that is our only grumble. Super position for some wonderful visitor sites, moments from the A1 but beautifully quiet

Ros Cooper

Reviewed on 07/06/2021 20:30

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Easington Farm
We have just spent 6 nights on this CL. The weather varied from hail to sun. Its a well laid out site, very clean with excellent views. The owner was very friendly and helpful. Its not a good site for dog owners as there are no dog walks close by but it is exceptionally well located for the A1 and also for Bamburgh, Seahouses and Berwick. We would definitely go back.

Sparken

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Reviewed on 09/05/2021 15:28

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