Highburn House is a family run park, which is set on a small working farm. The Park is scenically situated with its central running stream and panoramic views overlooking the Cheviot Hills and valleys. Wooler is well known as the outdoor capital of Northumberland.
There is a spacious area for campers or tourers with or without electric hook-up, which is bordered with trees. We also welcome dogs though they must be kept on a lead, bearing in mind our cattle, sheep and lambs in the neighbouring fields.We are only a short walk (1/4 mile) from the main shopping area in the market town of Wooler, which has everything from local foods ,butchers,bakers,speciality shops ,restaurants,and cafes or just a quiet drink at the many public houses. There are footpaths from the Park which lead directly onto Humbleton Hill site of past Border raids and battles, then beyond onto many more paths and bridleways leading to interesting ponds, wildlife areas, woods and all parts of the Cheviot Hills and valleys. For more information please phone or E-Mail Robert or Jill for a brochure or visit our new website at:www.highburn-house.co.ukCaravan/Camping Park Rates available on application and in brochure.