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The bunkhouses are also suitable for family groups wanting to stay together somewhere simple while exploring the beautiful Northumberland coast and countryside. Our online booking structure allows the bunkhouses to be booked with a minimum of two people, with extra people added on for a small nightly fee.

Both bunkhouses have their own kitchens and interior seating areas, as well as a shared outdoor seating space. There is a dedicated parking area by the bunkhouses. The kitchens feature kettles, microwaves and fridge / freezers and hob. Please note there are no ovens. They are also situated right next to the campsite toilets and showers, although there are also private toilets within your bunkhouse.

Heavily insulated

Storage space within your bunkhouse

Sinks within your bunkhouse, with an additional covered washing up area in the washing block next door

Peaceful sleeping, with quietness on site from 10:30pm each night (11pm on Fridays and Saturdays)

Supermarkets and the local pub all deliver food to the site

Electric heating also available

Unlimited hot water in showers (in washing block next to bunkhouses)

Toilets inside bunkhouse and 2x separate toilet blocks at either end of the campsite (one is next door to bunkhouse in washing block)

Dark skies for beautiful stargazing opportunities

  • Kettle
  • Fridge / freezers
  • Microwave
  • Hob
  • Bedding (sleeping bags, pillows, etc.)
  • Cooking utensils, pots and pans, plates, cutlery etc.

3 sleeping rooms: 

  • 2 bunk beds, sleeps 4
  • 2 bunk beds, with one bottom bunk a double bed. Sleeps 4-5
  • 3 bunk beds, sleeps 6

2 sleeping rooms: 

  • 2 bunk beds, with one bottom bunk a double bed. Sleeps 4-5
  • 3 bunk beds and a single bed. Sleeps 7
  • Our bunkhouses are all priced for 2 people, with additional people available to add on for a small extra fee per night.
  • Our bunkhouses are comfortable but they are very basic, so please don’t get your hopes up for luxury accommodation! If you are a group who needs communal accommodation that’s cheap and convenient for all of your members, with free lodging for your organisers or teachers, or if you’re a walker just wanting to crash somewhere easy for the night, then these will work for you. Some of our regular bunkhouse users are Duke of Edinburgh groups, archaeologists, surfers and other water sports groups, and school sports teams.
  • As per national guidelines, we do not allow children under 6 years old on the top bunks of our bunk beds.
  • We also do not allow dogs in the bunkhouses, except in rare circumstances by direct arrangement. Please contact us directly.
  • We are very keen to support any charitable or community groups we can to stay in the bunkhouse. If you think this applies to your group then please contact us directly to book so we can discuss your particular needs and what discounts we may be able to offer.