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The property will all be open and ready for you so you are welcome to go on in and make yourselves at home.
We live on the house on the corner with the green 'Tarset Tor' above the door so you can give us a knock and let us know you've arrived or we will see you have and come and say hi and make sure you have everything you need.
We operate a no Under 21's policy and no all male groups of under 25's.
We have no lights out curfew however we do expect our guests to be inside with windows, doors and curtains...
Smoking not allowed
3:00 PM check-in
10:00 AM check-out
2 Attached (ensuite)
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
AU$135 / stay
About the neighbourhood
The area on foot and by bike from a base that’s rooted in the countryside. The Bothy has a wetland and wooded meadow to encourage the proliferation of flora and fauna; here and in the nearby Kielder Forest, there are lots of opportunities to observe the local wildlife, including ospreys, wild goats, red squirrels and deer. Kielder Water and Kielder Forest Park have become a focus for outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate the region’s rugged terrain and outstanding opportunities for adventure. The Bothy is ideally situated for a wide range of activities, being in close proximity to Kielder mountain bike trails, the Reivers Cycle Route, 7Stanes network and River Tyne fishing, as well as the famous coast-to-coast byway and the Pennine Way.
We are on bus routes to Kielder and to Newcastle but a car is the best way to travel about the area.
How to get there
Airport: Newcastle Airport: 57.0 km
Railway: Hexham Train Station: 31.0 km
Ferry: North Shields Ferry Port: 71.0 km
The small hamlet of Lanehead in the Northumberland National Park is home to Tarset Tor. Around 40 miles from both Newcastle and Carlisle and 11 miles south of the Scottish border. Head to us on the A68.