Ideal Northumberland Holiday Location
West Kyloe is an ideal location for a holiday in North Northumberland – a 600 acre beef, sheep and arable farm it incorporates part of the Kyloe Hills which provide excellent walks with panoramic views of the coast, Kyloe Woods, the Cheviot Hills and Scotland. We are 10 minutes drive from Lindisfarne (Holy Island).
North Northumberland is an area of outstanding natural beauty still little known to many people. Miles of beautiful heritage coastline boasting some of the finest sandy beaches anywhere and dotted with castles such as Bamburgh, Lindisfarne and Dunstanburgh. Boats sail regularly during the summer months to the Farne Islands from nearby Seahouses offering visitors a close up view of thousands of sea birds and seals which live and breed on these rocky outcrops. If a boat trip does not appeal then Holy Island (Lindisfarne) is accessible by car over the causeway at low tide.
Old Mill Caravan Site
A two acre 12 van touring site situated in a sunny secluded part of the farm overlooking the Mill pond.
The main area is level and there is a partly sloping area with the walled garden that accommodates four vans. There are several sites very suitable for motor homes. Tents are taken by arrangement.
The site has electric hook ups for 12 . There is a utility block with three w.c.’s. a shower room, a large wet room (both with electric showers), a dishwashing room and an information room. The site and facilities are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and tidiness.
There are excellent walking areas around the site and extensive walks are in the surrounding hills. A map of the farm and further details are provided in the information room. Dogs are welcome under their owners supervision.
The site is open from Easter to the beginning of October and advanced booking is essential during the holiday periods. Please ring or email for available dates.
Please ring or email for bookings.
All prices are for up to 4 people and are a guide only
Caravan & Awning with hook up £20 per night
Motorhome with hook up £20 per night
Campervan with hook up – with or without awning £20 per night
Small tents £15 per night
Family tents £20 per night including hook up if available
One man tent (walker or cyclist) £10 per night
Tent pitches are limited and we do not accept bookings from groups of under 25’s
Barbeques must be raised off the ground
No open fires permitted due to fire risk
Caravan & Camping Club Listed Site
AA two permit site 78%
Forward booking is pretty much essential and a non-refundable deposit may be payable on booking.
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Self Catering Flat
Alongside our caravan site we also offer a self-catering flat for rent, situated on the first floor of the farmhouse here at West Kyloe farm.
The flat sleeps two people comfortably in a kingsize bed and also comprises of a sitting room, kitchen with dining area and a bathroom/WC with over bath rinsing shower. The flat is available for rent most of the year with change over day being on a Friday.
The flat includes all bed linen and towels, freeview TV and DVD, electric stove fire, central heating if and when required and spectacular views all year round. Great walking straight from the back door!
A location unrivalled in beauty & solitude
Visitors are welcome, and indeed are positively encouraged to explore and enjoy all the countryside surrounding the farm, foxes and roe deer are a relatively common sight together with many varieties of birds, depending on the season. We are within fifteen minutes drive of Northumberland National Park to the west, the Scottish border to the north and even closer to miles of uncrowded sandy beaches to the east. Nearby there are many good golf courses, an excellent horse riding centre and permit fishing on the River Till.The farm is one mile from the ‘St Cuthbert’s Walk’.
Further inland there are a wealth of historic homes open to the public including Alnwick Castle and the now famous Alnwick Garden, Cragside, Chillingham Castle, Floors Castle to mention but a few. Northumberland National Park and the Cheviot Hills offer wonderful opportunities to walk and explore wild, unspoilt country in comparative peace and solitude.
Berwick upon Tweed
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