Grindon Cartshed

Grindon Farm
Haydon Bridge
NE47 6NQ

01434 684273
07732 911 007

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Dave and Jackie extend a warm welcome to all guests.

Our farm is a 600 acre working hill farm nestled in the National Park. We have a small flock of coloured Ryeland sheep. We aim for excellence and quality and offer 3 cosy and comfortable bedrooms with en suite facilities. One bedroom offers a comfortable king size bed, and the other two bedrooms can be made up as twin beds or super king sized beds. This cottage has a wood burning stove and underfloor heating.

Relax and unwind with unbroken views of the Tyne valley. Nothing but wildlife to disturb you and still close to local amenities, Hadrian Wall World Heritage site and Northumberland National Park.

The local town of Hexham offers great food, family activities and easy access to Newcastle. The surrounding area has a whole host of wonderful family friendly pubs and restaurants to treat your brood to a great meal.

It is an ideal base for touring. We are within 1 mile of Hadrian's Wall and we are less than 1 mile from Cycle Route 72. Why not walk the wall from our central location or check out the cycle routes suitable for all abilties. You won't be bored at Grindon Cartshed.

We offer the essential secure cycle store and drying facilities.

The converted Cartshed is disability friendly and offers level 2 mobility accommodation.

Wifi available and well behaved pets welcome.

Access information

We are accessible

Unit information for Grindon Cartshed

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Cottage 1 6
per unit per week
Min: £375.00 - Max: £640.00
Total capacity: 6
Child / family friendly at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Family friendly
Childrens facilities at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Childrens facilities
Working farm location at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Working farm
Car parking available at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Car parking available
Cycle friendly at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Cycle friendly
Credit / debit cards accepted at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Credit / debit cards accepted
Cycle friendly at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Cycle friendly
Dogs / pets allowed at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Pet friendly
Guest garden at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Garden for guest use
Walker friendly at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Walker friendly
WiFi available at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation WiFi
Working farm location at Grindon Cartshed Self Catering Accommodation Working farm
Sleep quality
Sleep quality


The best presented and equipped holiday accommodation we have stayed in. Each bedroom was en suite with amazing soft, large towels and toiletries provided. The kitchen had everything needed and the knives were actually sharp for a change! An extremely useful laundry and drying room too although we had such good weather this was hardly used. A delicious homemade cake and farm honey we’re waiting for us and there was milk in the fridge. Jackie and Dave were very welcoming hosts without being intrusive. We can thoroughly recommend this lovely cosy holiday barn which has stunning views too and is ideally placed for all the Roman sites in the area.


Matthew C, Poole, United Kingdom
Grindon Cartshed is exactly what you are looking for if you want an escape from the craziness of life. It is located in the heart of the stunning Northumbian countryside just a short walk from Hadrian’s Wall. Jacky and Dave have created a lovely home from home, it has three large bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, there is a well equipped kitchen and laundry room and the living room has floor to ceiling views of a landscape that soothes the spirit. You will share this bit of paradise with a little flock of curious Ryeland sheep, bold chickens, countless wild birds (including House Martins, Swifts, Song Thrush and Sparrow) and last but by no means lists ‘Kitty’ and adorable tabby who sat with us on the sofa everynight! Thanks to Jacky and Dave I would give 6 stars if I could

Fantastic Break

Ali Y,
We visited Grindon Farm for a break in Feb 2017. We have already booked for 2019. The place is fantastic. The views are spectacular and the snow did not detract from that. Our son was studying the Romans at school and with Hadrians Wall just up the road, History came alive. The disability access is literally second to none and I would say to anyone. If you age not been here yet, you are missing a absolute gem. The people are friendly and our children loved the holiday and there was not an x box in sight. Brilliant.

A hidden gem

soniaB273, Liverpool
A lovely holiday let. We stayed for a week at the cartshead. A very clean and comfortable converted barn. A comfortable living area . Good size dinning table. Log/coal burner & underfloor heating. A well equiped kitchen. Great facility's. Very comfortable beds lots of pillows, quilts and fleece blankets. Good size rooms. Excellent en-suites. Lovely hosts. We was made to feel very comfortable. We also took 2 dogs with us. Who got fussed. The farm is beautiful. Fabulous views. To top it all off we got to see the week old lambs. I would highly recommend a stay at the farm. We will certainly be back. 😊

grindons cartshed- a little piece of heaven

johnny C, Brentwood, United Kingdom
my wife,my sister and i enjoyed 5 days at the cartshed in early feb with snow flurries and rain and loads of sunshine. there is a lovely coal burning stove with keeps the property really warm. the underfloor heating actually kept the property more than warm enough so if you forget the stove ,it is still cosy and warm. the views are stunning and the place so tranquil and special -it really restores the soul to enjoy the special air and space that is northumberland. the roman wall is just round the corner and the drive along the military road is a pleasure in itself. we went over the moors to blanchland enjoyed super food at the lord crewe arms- down by the river at plankey mill and then over to where the south and north tyne meet. hexham abbey - a must to visit and so on and so on. the hosts at grindon are lovely warm people and honestly i hate to say it is quite difficult to get a booking because so many people want to stay there so i reluctantly tell you about this jewel of a place- surrounded by views and sunrise and sunsets and sheep and two hens and the owners 3 very friendly labradors but most of all the peace and quiet that restores the soul.



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