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Bleatarn Farm Certificated Site

Irthington, Crosby on Eden, Carlisle CA64ND England
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Northern Wanderers wrote a review Jul 2019
Cramlington, United Kingdom7 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed here on July 7 for one night. This was our second night camping, and we were not disappointed. The site itself is spacious, although some of the camping area is on a little slope. The facilities were great, free charging points in a very warm 'information' room. It was nice to get in from the chill now and again on an evening. There was two toilets and 1 shower which were all very very clean. Also, a hairdryer and some straighteners which were free to use. The only downfall was a family with a couple of kids who seemed to enjoy playing in the toilet/shower block, and blocking the sinks... The owner was fantastic! Great conversation and very helpful. We had a good chat about running the farm and the care of his sheep. One little lamb which was an orphan was just the cutest! It had a little red heart sprayed on its side and even let me give it a scratch. Great stay! thank you!
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Cormo M wrote a review Jun 2018
Athy, Ireland62 contributions18 helpful votes
Our first stop for camping on the Hadrian's wall path. We were made feel most welcome when we rang the owner to book in on the day of our arrival.Despite arriving 3hours later than expected we were welcomed with open arms and had the place to ourselves.This is a very organised medium sized campsite and had more than enough space four our 2 man hikers tent! There is an honesty box right beside the site which provided us with much needed refreshments before settling down for the night. Despite being close to Carlisle Airport and neighbouring fields of sheep it was a very silent nights sleep.The pitches are well laid out and would also be ideal for caravans with plenty of power points provided. The ground was level and soft which is just what you need for camping!The toilet and shower block is very clean and spacious too with lots of hot water. We paid the owner the next morning a very very reasonable price of £10 for both of us and we had a great chat too and he offered us plenty of advice and local knowledge on the path. This is a lovely,clean,welcoming and scenic place to camp and I cant recommmend it highly enough especially for weary hikers!Thank you😁
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Isa-Studie_X wrote a review Jun 2018
Heidelberg, Germany479 contributions39 helpful votes
Den Besitzer des Bauernhofs haben wir kurzfristig per Anruf erreicht. Es gab genug Platz auf einer nett angelegten Wiese. Es gibt einen Duschcontainer mit WC, Föhn und Glätteisen. Leider gibt es weit und breit nichts um Lebensmittel zu kaufen, deshalb sollte man eigenes Essen dabei haben. Wir wissen bis heute nicht wo der richtige Eingang liegt. Die bellenden Hunde des Hofs beißen zum Glück auch nicht. Der Besitzer war sehr freundlich.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Andrew wrote a review Apr 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom18 contributions8 helpful votes
We stopped here whilst walking and camping along Hadrian's Wall. Shower/toilet facilities are in a cabin, but they are very good (1 shower, 2 toilets, 2 wash basins). There is also a hair drier and even a set of hair straighteners, which really impressed my girlfriend! The other section of the cabin is a small room with some tourist information leaflets. Andrew, the owner, was nice and friendly. I'd advise having your dinner before you arrive because the nearest place is Crosby-on-Eden (30-45 minutes walking) for dinner, although takeaway is probably also an option.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Barnet_traveller wrote a review Aug 2017
Barnet, United Kingdom50 contributions18 helpful votes
I stopped here in August while walking Hadrian's wall (West to East). Although I'd not booked Andrew was most welcoming and showed me to the camp area. There are some gravel spaces for mobile homes and power hook up, but also some nice flat and dry grassy areas. The campsite has a warm shower and toilets and a dish washing area plus of course a fresh water supply. ITs very remote and no local pub, so bring your own food and cooking facilities. The view from the campsite is amazing with huge open skies. If it fits your walking plans this is a site ell worth spending a night at before heading into Carlisle or onwards towards GIlsland.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bleatarn Farm Certificated Site
Which popular attractions are close to Bleatarn Farm Certificated Site?
Nearby attractions include Solway Aviation Museum (1.9 km), Walby Farm Park (2.8 km), and Scaleby Hill Vintage motor bike museum (3.7 km).
What are some restaurants close to Bleatarn Farm Certificated Site?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Sally, The Wheatsheaf Inn Restaurant, and The Auctioneer.
Are there any historical sites close to Bleatarn Farm Certificated Site?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kirklinton Hall & Gardens (7.0 km).