Hidden away in the northern reaches of the North Pennines – an area of outstanding natural beauty – Williamston Barns provides an exclusive holiday retreat for groups of up to 8, or larger parties of up to 14.

These historic barns dating back to 1863 have been meticulously restored to retain their original beauty while offering all the comforts of today. The Barns provide open plan living space with oak flooring and under-floor heating throughout and original stone walls. Stunning kitchens are fully equipped with range cookers – and all bedrooms have king size or twin beds with marble en-suites.

Nestled against the side of Williamston moor, the Barns look out across uninterrupted pastures towards our own stretch of river, the South Tyne. We are centrally located for you to explore the dramatic hills and lush river valleys of the area, and our tailored itineraries will take you to Hadrian’s Wall, local tarns, waterfalls and viaducts.

Or stay closer to home – our 1000 acre estate provides you with access to plenty of trails, where you may see Red Squirrels and a huge variety of birdlife. Enjoy walking through the valley to the local pub for lunch, or set out along other local pathways or the Pennine Way. At the end of the day, you can enjoy a freshly prepared dinner delivered straight to your kitchen or a delicious supper in our nearby pub.

Come for a week or a long weekend – dogs are welcome too.

0. The Barn

The Barn – Sleeps up to eight people in four kingsize en-suite bedrooms and can be combined as a single unit with the Cowshed to accommodate larger parties of up to 14 people.

0. The Cowshed

The Cowshed – Sleeps up to six people in three kingsize en-suite bedrooms and can be combined as a single unit with the Barn to accommodate larger parties of up to 14 people.

Stay with us

Stay with us

Williamston Barns offer you the chance to unwind in relaxed and comfortable accommodation. We can sleep 6, 8 or 14.

Explore

Explore

Enjoy one of our farm walks or walk some of the Pennine Way. Visit Hadrians Wall ....what do you want to see?