Tranwell Farm Greener Camping Club off grid Certificated Site 

Our Farm Campsite is set in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside 

Tranwell Farm is two miles from the historic Market town of Morpeth and within easy walking distance of a lovely country pub. Our dog-friendly, off-grid site, is surrounded by wildlife and caters for families and couples who are looking for a quiet base from which to explore all that Northumberland has to offer.

Northumberland is one of the most sparsely populated counties in England. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty and dark skies. Dramatic coastlines, miles of sandy beaches, rolling hills and majestic castles all waiting to be explored. Morpeth, is situated in the centre of Northumberland and combines history and heritage. Here you'll find traditional farmers markets, interesting shops, fabulous restaurants, takeaways and tea rooms, supermarkets and a park and gardens. 

Camping & Caravan Pitches

Our camping and caravan pitches have use of our shower and toilet block with two toilets and two showers which is in a shepherds hut.  We also have a pot wash station and a welcome hut which has solar powered usb chargers to charge up small things like phones and space to shelter during inclement weather.

  • We have 7 large Tent pitches, well spaced across a 3 acre site mown into the long grass. Each camping pitch has a firepit, logs can be purchased onsite.

  • Two hard standing caravan/motorhome pitches which have a hardstanding area in the middle surrounded by a generous mown grass areas for your awning and sitting out.

As well as camping we have glamping too!

  • A uniquely designed Lotus Stargazer belle tent, nestled in its own secluded setting, fully furnished with a log burning stove, comfy king-size bed and folding camp beds for children. Solar lighting, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are all included for hassle free camping.

  • A luxury shepherd's hut with cosy log burning stove, fully equipped for a relaxing stay benefitting from its's own ensuite shower room and kitchen 

  • Two camping pods with double beds, cooking facilities and use of the campsite shower and toilet block.

We are happy for you to bring well behaved pets but please do not leave them on their own or allow them to bark all the time and it is very important that you keep them on a lead at all times as we are a working farm with sheep and lambs.

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Site Rules

This is a quiet site and we request that all visitors observe the following park rules

Rules for the use of Greener Camping Club Certificated Sites

General

  • Greener Camping Club Certificated Sites are for the exclusive use of its Members. In order to stay at a Greener Camping Club Certificated Site, at least one member of each occupied camping pitch, or pre-erected structure must hold a valid membership to the Greener Camping Club. Membership runs from 1st January to 31st December each year.

  • The Greener Camping Club accepts no liability for loss or damage to persons or property, arising from the use of its Certificated Sites.

  • The activities of The Greener Camping Club are guided by The Country Code, Marine Conservation Society Seaside Code and the Caravan Code.

Upon Arrival

  • The speed limit on Greener Camping Club Certificated Sites is 5 mph.

  • Members must produce a valid membership card when requested to do so.

  • Members may only pitch on their pre-booked pitch.

  • For fire and safety reasons, tents, trailer tents, caravans and motorhomes must be pitched so that the outside edge is a minimum of six metres from an adjacent unit (pup tents excepted).

During Your Stay

  • Members must follow all of the following instructions

  • Strictly no noise policy between the hours of 10.00pm and 8.00am.

  • No smoking, staying up late drinking, noisy or rowdy behaviour 

  • Please supervise children at all times and accompany them to the shower/toilet block.  

  • Do not allow children to play ball games beside or run across any other guests pitches. There is a grass area at the top of the dog walking field suitable for running around and ball games.  Please note children are not allowed to use this area unaccompanied.

  • We do not own the woods beside the site so please do not let children play in them.  

  • Please park your car up in the parking area after you have pitched up and do not drive or park in the long grass.  If you must have your car on your pitch make sure it is parked neatly on the mown part of your pitch and off the access track to the pitches. (the meadow pitches are not accessible by car)

  • BBQ's must be purpose built and properly raised off the grass with a cinder or ash collection tray.  No disposable BBQ’s

  • No camp fires with the exception of the purpose built fire pits we have available to hire.  Fire pits must be extinguished by 10pm.  You will find a purpose made area has been added for fire pits to be used on to prevent burning the grass or causing fires do not move the fire pit from this area. Fire pits are not to be left unattended and must be supervised by a responsible adult.

  • Please dispose of your COLD ash in the metal ash bin not in the long grass.

  • Footpaths - Please keep to our two footpaths - the designated dog walk and the nature walk.  Please do not wander around the fields stick to the way marked path. 

  • Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and exercised only round the dog walk or on the way marked nature walk. 

  • Members must recycle their rubbish and deal with waste water and chemical waste (green chemicals only).

  • Dogs must be kept on a lead of no more than two metres at all times and never be left unattended.

  • Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.

  • Generators and amplified music are not permitted.

  • Camping units are not permitted to be left unattended overnight unless agreed with Site Owner.

  • Day visitors are only permitted with the prior agreement and must leave by 8.00pm.

Departure Day

  • Members must vacate their pitch/pre-erected structure on the day of departure by 1pm for the camping pitches and 11am for the glamping accommodation.

  • Vacated pitches/glamping units must be left clear of all personal property and refuse.

  • Refuse - 

  • Pitches must be left as found, all rubbish to be disposed of correctly in the appropriate bins.  Rubbish collection is very expensive for us - do not leave us with your broken chairs, mattresses or tents.  Maximum of 1 bag of rubbish is permitted per pitch.

  • Absolutely No Glass - We discourage the use of glass due to the site being on grazing land but if you do have any glass please take it away with you. The nearest recycling point is in the car park of The Sun inn on the way into Morpeth.  We do get fined if any glass is found by the council in our bins.

If the behaviour of a Member, or that of their children or dog(s), causes nuisance to other Members, or there is persistent violation of GCC Rules herein, we will ask the Member to cease the behaviour/violation, or leave the site immediately without refund.