Saughy Rigg Farm (Northumberland) Reviews
Description:Address: Twice Brewed / Haltwhistle / Northumberland / NE49 9PT / Tel: (01434) 344120
Newest Review: ... weren't in a generic chain but in a family run place that at the same time could give anyone of them a run for their money. In addition to the rooms, the site has 3 camping pods, for between 4 and 6 people. We had a small one the first night, and the large one for the second night, and these were an incredibly fun and surprisingly comfortable place to sleep. Camping Pods are the 21st ... more
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by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 176 readings)
As part of my fundraising efforts for VSO, I decided to do a sponsored cheer along Hadrian's wall - like a sponsored walk but with slightly inappropriate cartwheels along the sacred remains, etc etc. We went this weekend gone and had intended staying in 3 places over 3 nights, but the weather had other ideas, rendering our intention to camp on the first night wholly inappropriate. It was about 4pm on Friday when we rang Saughy Rigg to say we'd booked for Saturday night...but could they also fit us in for that night as well, and the answer was yes, albeit in slightly different accommodation. Saughy Rigg is an 18th Century farm located in Twice Brewed, within ... Read the complete review
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