Your Stay

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Arrival

Once you book your stay you will be sent arrival instructions and directions to the camping huts. Check in is from 3pm at the Old School Gallery in Alnmouth village.

The huts are a short fifteen minute walk from the gallery along the coastal path. We advise that you bring what you can carry up the site. We can help transport bulkier or heavy items that are essential to your stay – just get in touch in advance and we will do our best to help.

You can hire electric bikes to get around from our good friends The Bike Shop Alnwick who will deliver the bikes ready for your arrival and also pick up on departure.

What's There?

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Each hut has bedding and towels. Water for cooking and washing is provided by refillable undersink canisters. Please note there is not a bath or shower in the hut. A shower room is available at the gallery a fifteen minute walk from the huts. 

You can cook a simple meal using a small two ring gas hob and wood burner hot plate. All cutlery, plates, pots and pans are provided.

A welcome pack will be there for you on arrival. You’ll also find a couple of board games, a radio, binoculars, and a small selection of books.

What to bring?

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The camping huts are well equipped with have many home comforts so ideally you will only need to bring your clothes and food. Good walking shoes are essential as the site is accessed on foot, either along the coastal path or by the beach.

*Remember to travel light, the huts are a 15 min walk along the coastal path.

 

Children

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The camping huts are ideal for two adults. For visitors with young children there is the option of a sofa bed that folds down to provide additional sleeping space.

There is an additional £10 per night for use of the sofa bed.

Each camping hut has a small wood burning stove. We would like to point out that if used and children are staying, the stove gets very hot and children must be supervised at all times when in use.

The campsite is very close to the sea, rocks and wild terrain so parents should be vigilant. The site also sits alongside a golf course and families should be wary of flying golf balls and not allow their children to play on the course.

Dogs

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We believe dogs are part of the family and as such we have a dedicated hut (St Aiden) that allows our furry friends and their respectful owners. Our housekeeping rules for the camping huts are simple in that we ask that you do not allow the dogs on the sofa or bed, that way we can keep it clean for everyone who stays.

We ask that dogs are kept on a lead at the site but the large sandy dog friendly beach is less than a minute away.