North Whitehouse Farm

Whitehouse Farm Centre, Stannington, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 6AW

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Rated 3 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Multi-activity farm centre adjacent.
  • Full admission to centre at charge, which has wc.
  • Take-away.
  • Disabled access.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
NE61 6AW
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Lat 55.130708 / Lon -1.702053
OS field ref:
NZ190818
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Morpeth
  • Train station within 5 miles

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A cute little site

This site is small and tucked away from the Farm Park. It has great views to the south and is sheltered from the north by woodland. Depending on how the vans are parked it would be difficult to get 5 on the hardstanding but there are close mowed patches which could be used. We found it very quiet. Yes some folk walk their dogs past the vans to a dog training area a long way off. We found it fine for a three nights but two vans were there for 2 weeks. There is no toilet nearby, just a scruffy one near the entrance to the Farm Park. Having paid at the Farm Park we were not bothered except for a chap cutting the grass areas and a tractor emptying the bins.

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The worst "site" I have ever seen

It is no wonder there are no photos of this disgusting space! We had paid for 2 nights in advance and as far as I can see, this would be the only reason anyone would stay here. We looked around and decided immediately that we could not stay here, a layby on the road would have been preferable. Take my advice and go to one of the many other wonderful CL's that are up and down the country. ( I have given a 1 star rating only because this is required to submit a review, the true rating would be - 5 )

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A very nice site

This is a lovely little site. No-one bothered us at all. We paid in advance and were told to just pitch up when we got here. We didn't meet any staff members. The site is within a sort of farm-cum-zoo place so there's lots of strange beasts to look at. There are a lot of little businesses as well, a monumental mason, a brewery, a café, all very interesting. The TV reception is excellent because you can just see Pontop Pike transmitter to the south, and all the pitches have a clear view of the Astra satellite, despite the trees, which in fact are to the north of the camping area. There were lots of people walking around with dogs (some sort of dog training was going on I think) which was rather jolly. The only complaint I have is that the taps are hopeless for attaching a hose so I had to bungee the hose on to fill my tank.

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Absolutely Awful

If we had not paid in advance we would not stayed. The site is extremely untidy, cramped and noisy with what appears to be a builders yard which the caravans must overlook. The road running through the CL is used by commercial vehicles and staff from the Industrial Units nearby. The rubbish bin is an eyesore and could have easily been hidden away. As for your question "welcome" ? my answer is what welcome ! Would we go again...never in a million years ! This CL should be inspected by CC without delay.

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Recent stay:5th August 2015 for 3 nights.

Not quite what we were expecting having been to several CLs. Interestingly no image on this page.Vehicles very close together on ground, wouldn't call it a site, near to industrial units.Loo is quite a walk away and wouldn't want to venture out during the night. It was busy though, it is cheap, staff friendly and good base for getting out if you have your own transport. Can see why families like it as lots of animal interest for children.Great Park and Ride at Newcastle does not have access for motorhomes but we managed to park on land close by. Not ideal but it was OK. North East is amazing but probably choose a different site next time.
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