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Hidden away on Rye Hill Farm is one of the most secluded, small campsites in Northumberland -
We are close to Hexham and well placed for exploring Northumberland.
We have a small field area, specifically allocated to camping and caravanning. It is a well maintained grassy camp site -
Please note that membership for The caravan and camping club can be had on site. Check out the site yourself using our Google Tour (below).
The campsite benefits from 5 electric hook ups, a fresh water tap and waste disposal point on site. Close by, (off the adjacent farm yard) there is a single toilet and shower unit for your convenience.
The Traveller’s Rest Pub, serving lunches and evening meals, is close by and the village of Slaley, and the market town of Hexham, are just a short drive away.
We have a wooded area next to the site where children are welcome to play with adult supervision, there are car tyre constructions and wood dens to make, log walk ways, -
Well behaved dogs are welcomed but must be kept on leads to ensure the safety of our resident animals.
With electricity -
Without electricity -
Large Units surcharge £5 per day
Guests are welcome to arrive after 12.00 am and departure time is before 11.00 am.
Take a look around the Rye Hill Farm camp site, with our 360 Virtual Tour. Click the arrows in the picture to move around the tour and click and drag to spin the view.
Phone us 01434 673259
A well maintained and level camp site. Children and well behaved dogs welcomed.
With toilet and shower facilities close by in the farm buildings.
Situated on a 300 year old, small working farm, located deep in the heart of Northumberland…
…with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Looking northwards over towards Hexham with the mist hanging in the Devil’s Water River valley.
Close to the Travellers Rest Pub and Slaley and the historic market town of Hexham.
Camp site guests need to be club members but don’t worry you can join on the day.
Rye Hill Farm something of a surprise, because although it’s set up high enough to command views around the countryside, its campsite is not some wind-
As this is a grass/field site, availability is weather-