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Travel to Hunting Hall

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By Rail
The nearest station to Hunting Hall is Berwick upon Tweed. You could then cycle, take the bus or a taxi to the farm.

By Bus
A two hourly bus service runs from Berwick Rail Station (Service 505) to Beal. It is a 2 mile walk from Beal to the farm. Follow the directions given at the bottom of the page from the A1 to the farm.

By Bicycle
If you cycle from the station take the A1 South and then follow the directions given at the bottom of the page. Bicycles can be hired from Tweed Cycles, Bridge Street, Berwick upon Tweed. Telephone: 01289 331476

Cyclists and Walkers
Hunting Hall is an ideal base for walkers and cyclists. The National Cycle Network Route 1 and the St. Cuthbert's Way pass 2 miles from the farm. Cycles can be stored safely in a lockable, brick outhouse.

By Car
There is ample parking at Hunting Hall for your car. If you travel using a satellite navigation system you will discover that our postcode leads you to a neighbouring farm - therefore it's safest to ensure you have directions to Hunting Hall from the A1.

From the A1

  • Travel along the A1 until you reach the Lindisfarne Inn at Beal. Turn WEST (inland) directly opposite the turn off for Holy Island. The road is signposted 'Kentstone'.
  • Follow the road up one side of a hill, down the other, past Kentstone farm and keep going until you reach a T-junction at which you have to give way.
  • Turn right and then immediately left.
  • A short way along this road at the first bend you will see the Hunting Hall sign on your left.
  • The farm road bears to the left at the bottom of the hill.
    Please drive with extreme caution, this is a blind bend.
    Follow the road up the hill and to the right into the farm.

Please telephone Karen Burn at the farmhouse on 01289 388652 when you arrive in the farmyard.