Herding Hill is in Northumberland, a Very High Tier 3 Area and is therefore currently unable to re-open. We will contact all guests who were due to stay with us to move their booking or process a full refund. We hope to see you soon.
Don’t let the sometimes cold, blustery and wet Northumberland weather dampen your barbeque spirits. At Herding Hill Farm, you can enjoy a barbeque all year round, whatever the weather!
Camping and glamping is not complete without a BBQ feast, so if you are unfortunate to experience bad weather whilst staying with us, our warm and cosy BBQ Hut will provide a sheltered retreat for undisturbed flame grilling.
Ideal for families to get together, it accommodates up to 20 guests seated around an open fire with grill. It’s especially popular with birthday celebrations and corporate retreats.
Private hire for 3 hours costs £40. This includes the supply of charcoal and the use of cooking utensils. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions available.
You are required to bring your own food, plates, bowls, cutlery and cups/glasses.
Did you know that it was the Romans who brought burgers to North East England?
The famous cookbook ‘Apicius’ features a collection of Roman cookery recipes, including a recipe called ‘Isicia Omentata’, which looks a lot like a burger. Although the burger is likely to have made it to Hadrian’s Wall, it would have been served as part of a posh feast, rather than grilled up for the troops.