Annstead Farm is a family-run 550-acre working arable and stock farm situated just yards from miles and miles of undiscovered, unspoiled sandy beaches on the spectacular Northumberland Coast, between the seaside villages of Beadnell and Seahouses.
Offered is a variety of high quality holiday accommodation ranging from beautiful stone-built cottages; The Tackroom Bunkhouse; The Walled Garden and a small secluded touring caravan and campsite.
Why not pitch your caravans or tents on Annstead Farm’s picturesque 2-acre grass site next to the farm steading. We don’t offer swimming pools or children’s play areas, the outdoors is enough, but a small secluded site (20 pitches), with electric hook up if required, for those who want a quieter location.
There are basic shower and toilet facilities at Annstead Farm consisting of 2 showers, 2 toilets, 2 washbasins, a large sink for pots and pans, a washing machine and tumble drier, which is shared with The Tackroom Bunkhouse. Coin boxes operate the showers and washing machines. There is also fresh drinking water and a chemical disposal point in the field.
Please note this is a Camping and Caravanning Club site so please contact us for details on joining.
Situated on Annstead Farm in a beautiful, secluded, walled garden, we have available for hire three large permanently sited bungalow tents, similar to those used on the continent. Ideal for couples, families or larger groups who could take all three.
Each tent contains three bedrooms with single beds and a living area complete with a full size fridge with freezer compartment, a 2 ring gas stove with small grill, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery, pans, etc, everything you should need to cater during your stay, plus electric lights in the living room and garden furniture for indoor or outdoor use.
The tents can accommodate up to 5 people, three in the large bedroom and one in each of the smaller bedrooms. All you need to bring are yourselves, sleeping bags, pillows and a torch!
DIRECTIONS: On B1340 coast road between Beadnell and Seahouses. Approximately 1m North of Beadnell.