Brock Mill Farm
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Nice pitches and of a good size with gravel base. Warm, heated toilet room with a selection of reading and information. No showers. Very close to Holy Island with some good local walks. For a short stay was great.
Main disappointment for us was that we stayed for 5 night and still didn't know who the owners were by the time we left. It was our first visit to a cl and it would have been nice to be greeted and shown around, however we didn't see anyone during our visit. You have to look at the board to see which pitch you are on and where all the facilities are, however we never did find the dog walk area! The lane is quite bad in parts and care does need to be taken especially with a caravan. You can hear the train that runs near by but it's not very intrusive. The 5 pitches over look a barn and there are tractors going passed your pitches at times as it is a working farm. Having said all of that we didn't want to leave, we loved the peace and quiet and how accessible the Northumberland coast is to it.