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I went in March, which is pretty early for the hiking season. I was planning on setting up a tent, but they had animals in the area that they usually use for tenters. Alex (one of the gentlemen there) was extremely generous and let me...More
A Very Nice Camping Barn. While Walking Hadrians Wall We stopped here. We had our own room with TV & heater. Shared kitchen upstairs with shower room. Same downstairs. Went across to farm with honesty box as tea/coffee limited, also got some snacks as we...More
If like me your experience of camping barns has been dank, dirty and lacking in privacy you will be knocked out by Bluebell Camping Barn. Accommodation, furniture and facilities all excellent much more like staying in a holiday cottage. Excellent DIY breakfast kept three hungry...More
Great value for money. Lovely owners. Location is right on the trail for the Hadrian's Wall walk. No expense spared when they converted this barn. Looks a bit dodgy from outside but when you go in its lovely. Good self catering facilities too.
We were cycling coast to coast and were looking for somewhere just outside Carlisle. This place was perfect! there was only our party staying so it felt like a self catering house that we were in.
The place was, clean with excellent facilities...tv's, fridge, microwave...More
Just wondering do you have a space for normal tents?
1 July 2015|
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Response from Peter N | Reviewed this property |
Yes, during the hiking season there is a space they allow people to set up tents. I went in March of 2017 and it was £7.50. Obviously that's a little early in the season, so the area they let people camp in had some animals... More
Yes, during the hiking season there is a space they allow people to set up tents. I went in March of 2017 and it was £7.50. Obviously that's a little early in the season, so the area they let people camp in had some animals in it. Alex (a gentleman who works there) was extremely generous and let me stay in his caravan for the same price!
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