Non Electric Camping Pitch

UK England North East England Northumberland Warkworth Walkmill Campsite

  • Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
One pitch in our flat tent area beside the river, at the bottom of a sloping field. All pitches measure between 40 - 45 ft, we allow dogs but they must be kept on a lead at all times in consideration of other customers. Firepits and Barbecues are also permitted as long as they are raised off the ground.

The Owner Says

Static caravan on site acts as an info centre and bathroom, with a hot shower, bath and toilet.

If you're booking a pitch as a single camper you will be required to pay £10 per night in total, so please add the £3 supplement on the extras screen.

About Walkmill Campsite

Suitable For

Tents, caravans, motorhomes, campervans, kids, and well-behaved dogs – yes.


From the top of the private farm track it's a pleasant 30 minute walk to Warkworth Castle (01665 711423). The impressive cross-shaped keep, rising above the River Coquet, dominates one of the strongest fortresses in England. It presides over the remains of a great hall, chapel, fine gatehouse and a virtually intact circuit of towered walls. Half a mile from the castle and accessible only by boat, stands a late medieval cave. Overshadowed by trees on the north bank of the River Coquet, Warkworth Hermitage is part of the Manor of Warkworth, built as a chantry chapel during the period 1332-49. Bicycles can be hired from Breeze Bikes (01665 710323) in Amble, whilst surf schools (with private lessons), coasteering and kitesurfing can all be experienced a little further up the coast. Further afield, historic Alnwick with its galleries, garden, Bailiffgate Museum (01665 605847) and magnificent castle (01665 511100), is eight miles (20 minutes' drive) away.

Food & Drink

Know your Knickerbocker from your Neapolitan? Then you’ll love Spurelli (01665 710890); a boutique ice-cream makers in nearby Amble. Located within The Old Chandlery, customers can stay and watch the world go by from the outside seating area. Take a tour around the ‘Town Trail’ and discover Amble’s hidden secrets as well as searching out bargains at the town’s Sunday market. The fish stalls sell wonderfully fresh seafood at good prices, whilst the Cumberland sausages from the butchers are also popular with the locals. Small convenience stores are found in Amble and there are two larger supermarkets in Alnwick, 15 minutes away.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 55 reviews


Fantastic camp here in September

Camped for 3 nights here mid week 2nd week of September. Pitches well spaced and site quite quiet. The showers & toilets were all very clean and well maintained & the shop was a godsend as the weather turned very hot so was able to buy bottles of chilled water. Met some lovely other campers too who were all very friendly and easy to get on with. Loved my time there and can't wait to go back next year. Hopefully the owner will extend their season into October or even November by then.
Sep 27, 2021 by Chog1010

Lovely quiet site

Lovely quiet site for relaxing, owners very helpful and welcoming, clean facilities and nice little touch to hire fire pits! 😎

Beautiful secluded site

Beautiful and peaceful campsite hidden away in the Northumberland countryside. We only stayed one night as we were walking on up the Coast Path but Claire was really helpful and ready to do anything to make our stay enjoyable
Sep 10, 2021 by R MAIR Verified Review

Beautiful site in a stunning area

Great site, really good size pitches and well maintained facilities. Claire and Nick are really lovely and very welcoming, the communication from first booking Oct 2020, which was cancelled due to pandemic, to rebooking this year was really easy. Thank you for providing a perfect setting xxxx
Sep 6, 2021 by Sarah ECCLES

Lovely, peaceful site with clean facilities

Spent two nights here and loved the tranquility of the site. Also the well thought out and well maintained facilities. Great to have use of a fridge freezer and the bathroom felt like luxury. Lots of hot water for the shower and everything was kept really clean. The shop was useful too. The owners have thought of everything and make sure you have a comfortable stay. The location is brilliant, so much to see and do close by. Would definitely recommend and hope to be back in the future :-D
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Walkmill Campsite is located at Walkmill Campsite (nr. Guyzance), Warkworth, Northumberland NE65 9AJ

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Getting There

From Warkworth, take the first left immediately after the bridge. Follow the road for a mile, over a railway crossing, and turn left towards Guyzance Brotherwick. Drive past Brotherwick Farm and continue for another ½ mile. Turn left at the bend, up and over a small stone railway bridge, and turn immediately right on to the farm track to Walkmill.