Haining Head Farm

Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2HZ

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  • Dogs
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  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Haining Head CL is a tranquil site, set on a small working farm on the hillside just outside of Bellingham. Adults, children and pets are welcome. The site itself is located in a small field and pitches are hardstanding with water/electrical hook-up, space for awnings etc are available on request. Falconry experience, small pool for course fishing on site, 150 yards of fishing the river Tyne are available at extra cost, subject to availability.

The site is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding area, which includes the roman wall, Kielder Water and National Park. Bellingham has a number of shops, pubs and restaurants.

 

 

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NE48 2HZ
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Lat 55.157783 / Lon -2.259281
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Haining Head Farm
Stayed for four nights in early mid June. A basic CL on a working farm with plenty going on. Guinea Fowl, Ducks, Chickens, Sheep will keep you company. Hard standing and grass with combined EHU and water points. Level with views over the surrounding countryside. Quite exposed and it does get windy at times. A mile from Bellingham which is a lovely little town with all the amenities you need. Nice riverside walk as well. Handy for the Kielder Forest / Water and walking on the wonderful moorland. Hexham and Hadrian's wall an easy drive away. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and we will certainly be visiting again.

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Caravanner from Northamptonshire

Reviewed on 12/07/2021 11:41

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Seven lovely nights!

Haining Head Farm
A wonderful relaxing stay at this grassy site, with hard-standing to the left of the field, and great views. The young owners were lovely and so helpful, especially when a stray lamb from a neighbouring farm invaded the area behind our van! Bear in mind this is a working farm with accompanying animal noises, but nothing intrusive. The entrance is a little bumpy, and the hard-standing is recycled road-stone, and I did mention to the owners that the signage could do with updating! But for £12 a night it is just about perfect. One water tap and waste dump, again no problems. We would certainly stay here again.

Aggie Pirate

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Reviewed on 11/06/2021 21:43

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Haining Head Farm
Perched high on the hills with beautiful views. The site is quite exposed if very windy and or wet. For us on a two night stay it was perfect. Walked down to Bellingham and received very warm welcome at church. Delightful walk along the river and amazing heritage centre. Lots of places to eat. We were there during a storm, can never depend on British weather, would be glorious in sunny weather. Near road but not busy and hardly any traffic at night

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Reviewed on 29/08/2020 16:33

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Haining Head Farm
A very scenic site offering great views of the local area. As first time visitors to the area, we had not appreciated how remote Bellingham really is. The site could do with a tidy up. Lots of weeds and rather muddy in places. Mostly level and plenty of space. It is rather exposed in strong winds - with this in mind, we decided to not put the awning up. The entrance to the farm is very uneven and gets quite slippery in the wet. Watch out for the lovely farm dogs - they are very friendly, but do leave deposits around the site. Bellingham is quaint. The Cheviot is a good pub. Excellent butcher in the market place and a small Co-op store. Riverside walks are lovely as is the 2 mile walk up to the waterfall. Anything else is a good drive away! We certainly did not like the A68 north of Corbridge. Not a nice road for towing with many blind summits. All in all, a good site for peace and quiet especially if you want to stay local. £12 per night as of Aug ‘20.

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This is a lovely site, perfect views, new lambs on the farm when we visited in May. Bellingham is small and picturesque, we had a lovely lunch at the cafe in the village after a walk down the riverside. Would definitely visit again to explore the area.

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Reviewed on 17/05/2019 15:29

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