Beldy Farm

Hagg Lane, Lamesley, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE11 0HA

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Ideal for ...

  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Site is next to busy country road, which can get busy in rush hour. 

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: variable
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 6

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Postcode:
NE11 0HA
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GPS:
Lat 54.913255 / Lon -1.625504
OS field ref:
NZ243577
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Newcastle

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Much improved - Ideal location for Gateshead and Surroundings

We have stayed at this site a number of times in the past and I am pleased to report that the camping area is now securely fenced in from the owners dogs. The 5 pitches are spacious and well maintained with good access into adjoining fields ideal for dog walking. The adjacent lane is by my standards peaceful although cars can be heard from time to time. Walking distance to the Ravensworth Arms (10 mins) with excellent menu. 6 amp electric so be prepared to use gas to heat and cook, but adequate for fridge and air conditioning. Elsan disposal could be improved. 10 minutes Drive to metro centre, Angel of the North and Team Valley. Highly recommended site with basic well maintained facilities.

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Below standard site

Booked in April 2017. Despite being told by the owners that the site was quiet, it is next to a noisy busy minor road. It has light slope, which wasn't a problem, but the owners dogs poo on the pitches was. (The site is basically their large front lawn) A cheap site very handy for Newcastle, but best avoided.

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Disgusted

Stayed on the site for 3 nights so we could visit the local area, as it was perfectly situated for this. It does have a slight slope on the field but nothing to really worry about with blocks. The first night was ok, apart from the 6amp power which you have to be careful about! But then it started....the owners let their dogs use the field as a loo, there was at least 6 'presents' around our van. Disgusting! I would expect a bit more diligence from the owners, it was only £10 a night but even so ....they need to get there act together!

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Dog loo

Stayed here in 2015. Field slopes a lot so little chance of side to side level unless at bottom of site. Only 6 amps which can be difficult. Main problem is dog mess. The owners 2 dogs use it as a loo and left 3 presents around our van, unfortunately I only found 2! The 3rd was on my shoe. A shame as this site is very convenient for Newcastle.
Caravanner from Derbyshire

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3 day stay early May 2016

Chose Beldy as the only CL near Newcastle to visit my daughter at uni. We stayed on hard standing but the grass pitch was beautifully kept. A very warm welcome with a spare toilet roll and a cup of milk for a brew. Toilet on site. Fresh eggs £3.00 for a dozen. 20 mins to Newcastle centre. Nice walk nearby. Will go again.

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