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.
Did you know that Roman pets included the greyhound, the ferret, the blackbird, the nightingale, the parrot and small monkeys?
We find that most of our guests choosing dog-friendly accommodation at Herding Hill Farm bring their dog! And the small monkeys are usually found swinging through the trees at nearby Go Ape!
As a dog-friendly campsite in Northumberland, we know how important it is to bring along the dearly loved canine members of your family, so at Herding Hill Farm we welcome up to 2 ‘well behaved’ dogs per Wigwam cabin. If you fancy pitching up a tent, our camping and touring pitches are dog-friendly too. Camping and glamping with your dog can be one of the very best experiences to share with your four-legged friend.
All dogs are welcome whether they are pets or assistance dogs although they must be kept on a leash at all times whilst on site.
However, no dangerous breeds please!
Sorry, but our Luxury Lodge is NOT currently dog-friendly.
We do love having dogs at the campsite and we make no separate charge for them (except a nominal cleaning charge for dogs in our Wigwam cabins).
For the safety and comfort of all our guests though, we do ask that your dog is always kept on a lead or tethered whilst in the campsite and always cleaned up after. If these important rules are not adhered to, then you will be asked to leave the site. It goes without saying that your dog should be healthy (vaccinated), socialised (good with other pooches) and obedient.
The AD122 Hadrian’s Wall Country bus, which stops outside our campsite, is also dog-friendly.
Ask our site wardens to recommend dog-friendly places to eat.
Our dog-friendly campsite not only offers great amenities on-site but there are also great dog walks nearby too. For dog owners who love a good walk, finding good walking routes can sometimes be a bit tricky, especially if you want to let your dog run free off the lead.
We have a couple of good walks starting right from the campsite. There are long stretches on this walk where you can let your dog off the lead, but there may be cattle in places along the route so you will need to put your dog back on a lead at these points.
Discover more great dog walks throughout Northumberland, Durham, Cumbria and Tyne & Wear at www.dogwalks.co.uk
You can discover more about dog walks and amenities nearby by reading our latest blog article here.
Unsure what to pack for your dog on their trip to Herding Hill Farm? We've put together a handy checklist here!