Greymare Lookout

Greymare, Northumberland

Our romantic little hide away is quiet and private, off-grid, a wonderful view across the lake to the sea beyond, and the hills up behind you, and we hope you’ll love it.



– Log burner and brazier with seating.

– Towels, bed sheets, soap and toilet paper provided


– WC and hand basin

– Gas Shower


– Double bed, gas shower

– Bed linen provided


– No Wifi on site but you can access wifi via 4G hotspot

– No Tv in the lookout


– Kitchen with under counter fridge

– Breakfast bar

– Gas hob

– Microwave, toaster, kettle and cafetiere

– Cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery, glasses and drying rack

– Gass BBQ on veranda with table and chairs, 


– No Pets are allowed, there’s livestock on the farm and local wildlife on the water.


– No children are allowed, there is a body of water around.

Room Type


16 miles north of Alnwick, and 12 miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, turn off at DETCHANT . Turn first right to DETCHANT. Follow through village (20mph!), continue straight on until you reach Greymare Farm. Use lay-bys if traffic is coming.

Drive past farmhouse and cottages, and continue through gate leading to gravel road which you follow up the hill, until you get to Greymare Lookout. You will find a gate up on the track, and another into the site. Please shut both!

Explore the area

Book your stay

For more information about this glamping experience please visit Airbnb. Bookings can be made via Airbnb.

Local walks

We are surrounded by wonderful award- winning beaches, many historic castles including Bamburgh, Alnwick, Dunstanburgh, Holy Island (check tide table!) Walkers and cyclists will find many routes including  St Cuthberts Way, (which goes from Melrose to Holy Island), the Sandstone Way (for the more hardy cyclist) both of which use part of our track, and the National Cycle Route goes through Detchant.

Why not bring your walking boots and/or your bikes and explore the hills and surrounding area! The AONB and National Parks are not far, and worth exploring.

The Farne Islands can be reached by boat from Seahouses, and is a must for those who have never been there. Alnmouth, Amble, Craster (famous for the  Craster Kippers)  and Warkworth down southwards down the coast are lovely places to visit, with good places to eat.