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At the heart of our organic farm, surrounded by fields of wildlife-friendly flowering meadows, the Piggery has the luxury of modern country style and an abundance of space.

Step from the door of the Piggery into our award-winning farm where nature is cared for.

Lofty ceilings, great wooden beams, exposed stonework and a handmade king-sized four poster bed come together in this new, environmentally-friendly conversion. Four 18th century farm-worker's cottages have been combined to create a beautiful spacious home, flooded with sunlight from floor to ceiling windows. Discover a Northumbrian winter’s cosiness; snuggle down before the wood burning stove and nestling into the peace of this three hundred year old building.

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Our environmental work has influenced this renovation; there’s an air source heat pump and underfloor heating, rainwater harvesting, eco-friendly decorations and many more green touches to be discovered throughout.

The Kitchen
The huge kitchen area is the perfect space to plan a day adventuring over morning coffee. Dawdle at the kitchen island, bathed in light spilling from the double glass entrance doors, and enjoy the traditional farmyard scene beyond; a goose waddling past, a peacock preening from its tractor perch, or a sheep peering out from the old farm buildings opposite. Up in the kitchen rafters is a reclaimed (and very useful) ceiling airer, and in the room below a retro fridge freezer echoes the past. In contrast, the washer drier, microwave, oven and hob are firmly in the modern day.

The Living Space
Flowing from the kitchen, the living and dining area is a bright, open space. This building was recently our farm classroom and, with a nod to its long history, we’ve incorporated school desks, a restored pew, ‘rescued’ wooden storage box and tongue and groove panelling. Snuggle into the sofa before the wood burning stove watching a pizza fizzle in the small oven above the fire, then turn down the lights, uncork the wine, and enjoy a romantic dinner for two at the large dining table.

The Bedroom
Beyond the wide oak doors stretching across the room’s width, is the bedroom with its craftsmen-made traditional pine furniture. The king-sized four poster invites you to cuddle into the luxury of a deep feather duvet dressed with natural organic cotton bed linen and enjoy a cosy night’s sleep.

The Shower Room
At the far end of the building, through a long cloakroom with a plethora of pegs for your outdoor wear, is a spacious shower room. A big old-fashioned shower head and wall panelling add a retrospective twist to this modern room with his and her’s wash basins. After emerging from a warm steamy shower, gently scented with the earth-friendly toiletries we provide, you’ll find our lovely natural organic cotton towels at hand.

Glass doors open from the living room onto a small grassy seating area. Catching the morning light, this is a place to enjoy a lazy breakfast surrounded by birdsong. Young espalier ‘Elstar’ apple trees, chosen as a link to the 200+ fruit trees we’ve planted on the farm, form a border with the farmhouse drive beyond. By evening the setting sun bathes the front of the Piggery. From seating on the gravelled area at the edge of the farmyard you can enjoy the last of the golden light and watch the gentle life of the farm. It’s a quiet steading – Tom works alone managing the organic livestock and fields, but as the seasons change, so too do the dynamics of the yard. As the weather turns wintery, our gentle organic Beef Shorthorn cows are brought down to the courtings, and by early spring the sheds are overflowing with new born lambs and ewes-in-waiting. On warm summer days the yard is deserted but for a few peacocks lazily pecking around and, at times, a disgruntled Freddie the donkey who falls poorly if he eats too much grass.

Centuries of farmworkers will have viewed the changing seasons from this row of stone cottages and set off for a day caring for the land. We hope that you will revel in the lovely countryside around, exploring this place that is so special to us, and take time to discover the history and work that has shaped the farm of today. Step from The Piggery into the magic of Hunting Hall.


A holiday at Hunting Hall offers a wonderful diverse landscape to explore. The Holy Island Causeway, a National Landscape, is only five miles away and there are long stretches of deserted sandy beaches with the dramatic coastal castles of Bamburgh, Lindisfarne, Warkworth and Dunstanburgh. Inland, towards the Cheviot Hills, the countryside becomes much wilder and there are some breathtaking walks through valleys and over heather topped hillsides. Northumberland has bustling market towns, picturesque villages, stately homes and museums. It's a county of huge skies, wild spaces and hidden treasures.


Additional Information

  • Deposit: 33.00%
  • Check In Time: 16:30
  • Check Out Time: 10:00
  • Child minimum age: 18


The Piggery at Hunting Hall

The Piggery at Hunting Hall

Sleeps: 2

The Piggery is at the centre of Hunting Hall, our organic Northumbrian farm. The cottage stands at the edge of the quiet, traditional farmyard and is...

The Piggery is at the centre of Hunting Hall, our organic Northumbrian farm. The cottage stands at the edge of the quiet, traditional farmyard and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. We've won many awards for environmental conservation work and have created a farm trail to help guests explore all we do for wildlife. The trail meanders along an ancient pilgrim's track, past ponds and small woodlands, through flowering meadows and wildlife seed mixes. There's even the site of an Iron Age settlment to explore!

We hope that visitors to the farm will spend a little time sitting by a pond edge, watching bees buzzing over fields of flowers, or enjoying birdsong in a small spinnie. It's a very precious place to us! 


£480 - £795

Per week



£480 - £795

Per week
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01289 388652

Hunting Hall
Karen Burn
Berwick upon Tweed
TD15 2TP


Additional Directions Information

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 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 and entrance on the left.

The farm road bears to the left at the bottom of the hill. Please drive with caution, this is a blind bend. Follow the road up the hill and bear right into the farm.

Park in front of The Piggery (the building with the red pantile roof) next to the gravelled area at the double glass doors.


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