From the A1 (North or South)
From the A1 take the turn to the B1342 signposted Belford Industrial Estate. It's the turning by the big grain silos (From North= left turn / From South = right turn)
Follow this road for 1.5 miles, over the Belford station railway crossing and around the bend
Look out for the brown signpost for Budle Bay Campsite
Right turn into the campsite
Continue over the white bridge and along the drive. Reception is the first building on the right, by the trees
From Bamburgh Castle / Village
The campsite is 2 miles from Bamburgh
From central Bamburgh Village, follow the signs for Waren Mill Village along the B1342, also signposted for the A1
Once you reach Waren Mill Village, turn left at the signpost for the A1. The Mill will be on your right just before you reach the turn
Budle Bay Campsite is the first turn on the left along this road
Please note: Please make sure your sat nav directs you to Budle Bay Campsite rather than "Waren Mill" or "budle farm"
If you are travelling by car, please make sure you arrive at Budle Bay Campsite before:
6pm Sat - Thu
We will try our best to accommodate you if you arrive late, but we can only do this if you call in advance to let us know and our priority must be ensuring the peace of other visitors to the site.
We close the front gate at 11pm to make sure our guests aren't disturbed at night. If you arrive after this time you will need to leave your car outside the front gate until it is opened in the morning.
On the bus
Budle Bay Campsite is along the X18 bus route between Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed.
You can find an up to date timetable for this bus here.