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Tranwell Campsite

Morpeth, Northumberland

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If you're looking for a simple off-grid country retreat, in the heart of Northumberland, to enjoy a well-earned break with a clear view of the night sky, then we've got a pitch for you. Fresh air, the gentle sound of bird song, idyllic countryside views, fields dotted by sheep, well spaced pitches with easy access along a well maintained private farm track. Toasting marshmallows over one of our fire pits and genuinely being able to switch off by going to sleep watching the stars. If you are up early enough you may also catch sight of some deer before a pleasant walk in the countryside or a days sightseeing visiting Hadrian's wall or one of the many Castles and beaches of the Northumbrian Coast all within a short drive.

We are a Camping and Caravanning Club certified site situated 3 miles from the historic market town of Morpeth in the beautiful Northumbrian Countryside. We are licensed for up to 5 caravans or camper vans and up to 10 tents. As a Camping and caravan club certified site you will need to be members to come and stay, we can however easily sign you up to be members when you arrive. We also have a lotus stargazer glamping tent available to hire which is run separately to the campsite so you do not need to be members to stay.

Please note that due to location we operate as an Eco off grid campsite so no electric pitches. Although we do not have wifi on site we are in a good area for mobile phone and tv reception so picking up a signal shouldn't be a problem. Worried about going off grid? Follow this link for our top tips to camping off grid ...

The camping field is an old pasture meadow surrounded by mature trees in a quiet location away from the main farmyard. There are many wild animals in the area including deer, badgers, foxes and birds. The fields around our campsite are grazed by our pedigree rare breed coloured ryeland sheep.

We are happy for you to bring your pets but please do keep them on a lead at all times.

Please Note - this is a quiet site suitable for guests wanting to relax and enjoy the peace, groups, loud music or rowdy behaviour are not tolerated at any time and you will be asked to leave. We operate a strictly no noise rule between the hours of 10.00pm and 8.00am.

Open from:
Easter to October

Family park, Pets allowed, Chemical disposal point, Designated / private parking, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Farm cottage holidays, Glamping accommodation, Romantic breaks for couples, Walking breaks, Wildlife

We have a farm nature walk and a designated dog walking field,

1 Holiday homes (for rent), 2 Motorhome pitches, 10 Tent pitches, 3 Touring pitches, 1 Bell tents, Farm cottage holidays, Glamping accommodation, Romantic breaks for couples, Walking breaks, Wildlife

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Golf, Swimming (Indoor)

Northumberland is one of the least populated counties in England…it is a land of rolling hills, big adventures, breathtaking beauty and unlimited possibilities. Discover romantically ruinous castles, barely-visited beaches, bunting-strewn market towns, and enjoy unlimited experiences.

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Chainbridge Honey Farm, Berwick
Grace Darling Museum, Bamburgh
Whitehouse Farm, Morpeth
Pot –a-Doodle-Do, Berwick
Farne Islands, Seahouses
Kirley Hall Zoological Gardens, Morpeth
Heatherslaw Mill and light Railway, Ford
Morwick Dairy, Walkworth
Doddington Dairy, Berwick
Centre for Life, Newcastle
Discovery Museum, Newcastle
The Baltic, Gateshead
Sage, Gateshead
Great North Museum, Newcastle
Bamburgh Golf Club, Bamburgh
Seahouses Golf Club, Seahouses
Dunstanburgh Golf Club, Embleton
Morpeth Golf Club, MorpethBamburgh Castle
Lindisfarne Castle
Alnwick Castle, Gardens & Treehouse
Howick Hall & Gardens
Chillingham Castle & Cattle
Warkworth Castle
Floors Castle
Dunstanburgh Castle
Hadrians Wall / Vindolanda
Paxton House
Wallington Hall
Cragside (the first house to be lit by electricity)
Ford & Etal Castles
Belsay Hall and Gardens
Carlise Park and Gardens

We are very close to the Whitehouse Farm petting zoo and N1 crazy golf and driving range as well as being just a couple of miles out of the Historic market town of Morpeth which has a wealth of local shops, supermarkets, restaurants and take aways.

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The Moor, Tranwell Farm
Northumberland, North of England
United Kingdom
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