Brock Mill Farm

Beal, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 2PB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Hardstanding pitches each with a lawned area, electric hookup and water available.
  • Toilet available on site.
  • Chemical waste disposal.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

0.25 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
TD15 2PB
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GPS:
Lat 55.67824 / Lon -1.904726
OS field ref:
NU060436
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Edinburgh, Newcastle
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Brock Mill Farm
Very peaceful site. Building work going on but not disrupting. Helen the owner was very helpful and kept in touch via email to inform of pitch number. A long drive so long as you take it slowly no problem. Very quiet, no road noise.

Jones40

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 06/07/2022 19:08

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Lovely little site

Brock Mill Farm
After reading some of the reviews I was a bit dubious about booking, but so glad I did. IGNORE THE NEGATIVE COMMENTS Lovely peaceful little site. We have a motorhome just under 8metres in length and stopped on site 6 which was great. Great communication with Helen the owner via email, who also runs the farm and has been busy with lambing. There is clearly a lot of renovation going on on site and from what we could see, there is going to be showers onsite and some of the buildings turned into holiday let’s, but no noise to speak of. Road leading to farm is long and a bit dusty and not recommended for speed freaks, but who’s rushing? You are supposed to be on holiday 🤷🏼‍♀️.. and very few bumps and no potholes we encountered. In a lovely spot right off grid. Ideal for holy island, close to Berwick upon tweed .. We have stopped on lots of sites up and down the country and this is in our top 10.. we will be back 😍😍

Lizrobmax

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Reviewed on 07/06/2022 15:32

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Brock Mill Farm
Having read some of the reviews after we had booked this site for a week, we started to think perhaps we had made a mistake and considered shortening our stay. Glad we didn't. Yes the track is quite long and dusty if you travel quickly but the potholes are more like undulations so approached with care they are not a problem. To be fair I have travelled on adopted roads which give greater concern because of their poor state of repair. Yes it is a working farm so expect some farm machinery to be active. Even with the building works on the cottages in progress we did not find it obtrusive. Yes there is a railway line reasonably close by but once again we did not find it obtrusive. The site is compact with no expansive views but it is surrounded by quite high hedges which give some shelter from the strong winds that can sometimes be experienced so close to the North Sea coast. Also on the plus side this site is well placed to visit Holy Island and many other places of beauty and interest far too numerous to mention. Finally if you are fortunate enough to bump into Stuart or Helen you will meet two friendly, outgoing people who really care about the facilities they have provided and also make you feel welcome. All in all a good stay and one we would be happy to recommend. Fred and Jan Brown

fredmb

Reviewed on 01/06/2022 10:46

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Brock Mill Farm
Enjoyed our stay at This CL. Plenty to see and do in the area although we were disappointed with our visit to the Holy Island/Lindisfarne due to the amount of tourists, perhaps limiting numbers would help. Great area for walking and cycling. Didn’t find any problems with the farm driveway or the East Coast mainline but there is a lot of building work taking place. If this new Accommodation is holiday lets Then it could become a busy site.

Heike Hymer

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Reviewed on 25/05/2022 22:19

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Handy location but........

Brock Mill Farm
We have to agree with the previous two comments (Small230 and P3T74) about this site. It is easy to find off the A1 and is very handy for Holy Island, Berwick and Bamburgh. No dragging your van down narrow lanes. However the farm driveway is long ( half a mile on my trip meter), very dusty and full of pot holes. Best negotiated at a walking pace if you value your van. The pitch sizes are adequate apart from pitch 2. If you put an awning up you end up carefully squeezing your car between your van and the awning on pitch 3. Having viewed the site on Google Earth we were aware that there would not be any stunning views, just the farm building opposite so there was no disappointment on that score. We never saw any of the owners during our stay but they were very pleasant to deal with on the phone when booking. There was building work going on whilst we were there and I feel that perhaps we should have been made aware of this when booking. The pitches are alongside the track which is a thoroughfare running through the site, and like the access track, it is very dusty. Vehicles passing through the site churned up dust and we were down wind so got covered in it. We have stayed on CL's much better than this one for less money, but the pitch fee seems to be around the going rate for this area at present. Clearly the area is enjoying a tourist bonanza and electricity prices being what they are also means a higher price. The East Coast main line runs fairly close to the site and trains are frequent. They didn't bother us as we live close to the West Coast main line so are used to it. It may be a problem to some. You pay your money and you take your choice.

Lansdorf

Caravanner from Cumberland

Reviewed on 22/05/2022 12:48

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