- 4 guest reviews
"We stayed at the Carr edge farm for two nights and it was a fantastic place to stay the view from our room was spectacular the beds were so..."
"We stayed at Carr Edge Farm on 26 May for 3 nights. The farm was very central for all the Hadrian wall sites that we visited. and there was..."
"We stayed for 3 nights during the Easter holidays. Lovely family room with very clean and well equipped bathroom. Great choice for breakfast..."
"Beautiful countryside view and a very warm welcome. We stayed at lambing time and woke to see the lambs hopping and skipping in the field be..."
About the hotel
Enjoy a warm farmhouse welcome in this skilfully converted late 18th Century Granary and Stable block which is attached to the farmhouse. Carr Edge is a working Beef & Sheep farm nestling in 700 acres of pastures and woodlands. Situated in the historic area of the Hadrian's Wall corridor and 1½ miles out of the village of Newbrough, Carr Edge is set in an idyllic location.
This traditional farmhouse is overlooking the South Tyne Valley, commanding spectacular views of the North Pennines and surrounding National Park areas. All 3 guest rooms are en-suite and centrally heated, boasting south facing breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and the garden area. The rooms are traditionally furnished and all have Tea and Coffee facilities, Colour televisions, hair dryers.
Showing Friday 9 October 2015 to Saturday 10 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:30 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
100% would recommend it to a friend
Carr Edge Farm
We stayed at the Carr edge farm for two nights and it was a fantastic place to stay the view from our room was spectacular the beds were so comfortable and the breakfast was to die for.
Sandie is a very lovely lady, we would definitely stay there again.
Central loocation for Hadrians Wall
We stayed at Carr Edge Farm on 26 May for 3 nights.
The farm was very central for all the Hadrian wall sites that we visited. and there was a pub serving food at he end of the lane. We were in the upstairs room which had a lovely view of fields with lambs in. The bed was very comfy and the bathroom was light and spacious, the guests shared lounge next to our room was an added bonus. There was a good selection of cereals, fruit, yogurt etc as well as a very hearty breakfast, we really enjoyed the fried bread. After lots of toast and coffee we were set up for the day.