It is well said fact that if you travel with luggage, you see only the world but if you choose to travel with only a backpack, you feel the world. If you are a backpacker and looking for some amazing campsites, Northumberland might be the right place for you.
Here are the three best campsites in Northumberland, especially for backpackers and if you happen to be one of them, you should definitely visit these places.
1. Beachcomber Island
Visit this place once and you’ll fall in love with it. Situated in the heart of Mamanuca Island, this dream island is so easy to get, yet so difficult to leave. As soon as your shuttle boats arrive in the island, you are greeted by the staffs here.
The island is known for its wet season. Travellers worldwide ensure that they come and stay at Beachcomber for camping while on their way to New Zealand and Australia, as this is the most popular destination in South Pacific.
Everything that you need for camping is available in the island at great price and perhaps it won’t be wrong to say if you go camping in this island, you’ll be having the time of your life.
2. Spring Hill Farm
Spring Hill is short walk from miles of empty beaches surrounded by country lanes making it perfect for cycling and walking as well. Irrespective of weather, there are always plenty of things to do here. Some of the major attractions include castles, priories, wildlife, sightseeing etc.check this link for more updates.
From the farm, you can enjoy the view of beautiful Bamburgh castle, which has also been voted as the Britain’s favorite view. Other castles in this area are Chillingham, Eglingham, Etal etc.
Cragside House and garden is something you will not want to miss either. Wildlife is another major attraction in this area. Opposite to Spring Hill lies Farne Island, a home to thousands of sea birds and United Kingdom’s largest grey seal colonies.
For those who want to delve deeper into the religious history of this amazing place, visiting Brink burn Priory can do good. Within 50 miles of radius, you’ll come across countless castles, historic houses, gardens, market towns and many more.
3. Beadnell Bay
If you are looking for peace and quiet place, you can find it here. This campsite is very spacious and has got all the modern facilities. You will even find couple of pubs and a chippy within a walking distance.
Campers at Beadnell Bay Club are also rewarded with an eye – popping view over the Northumberland coast in one direction and the lovely Cheviot Hills in the other direction.go to http://www.beamish.org.uk/places-to-stay/ for more information.
The mouthwatering local sea food is another major centre of attraction in this club. You can get local wet fish, including crab and sea bass at an amazing price. Free Wi-Fi is given throughout the club.