We have lovingly restored the two canal boats trying to keep their original features whilst making them comfortable.
They are very much situated in the corner of a field of a working farm, so I make no apologies if you are wakened by the farmer shifting sheep at 6am! Or if the combine is still going at 10pm, most of the noise and action happens in the farm steading which is half a mile away.
On the farm we grow cereals, make silage, keep sheep, cattle and pigs, alongside 14 windmills. There is a gravel road available to holidaymakers, you are welcome to take a picnic to the top of the hill and enjoy the even better views out to sea and over to the Cheviots.
No vehicles are allowed beyond the canal boats but pushbikes are, we don’t recommend road bikes. Please stick to the roads and do not disturb the crops, cattle and sheep grazing in the fields either side.
To book a stay in one of our barges, please check the avaialability calendar below
Two small double beds and two single 2ft beds.
TV with built in DVD player in living area and also in second double bed berth.
Shower(with underfloor heating), 2 sinks and 2 WC’s
Kitchen area electric cooker, fridge with freezer box, microwave, toaster, kettle
Electric Heaters and hot water.
Towels and bed linen provided.
Fire Pit – with starter pack of logs provided.
Lots of parking
No smoking and sorry no dogs
There are steps in and out of Miss Ellie so sorry not for the infirm, we do have the Reading Rooms at the bottom of the hill which is very comfortable, suitable for wheelchair users.
To get to Miss Ellie and Moonraker, if coming from the South you turn left of the A1 at North Chalrton, drive up through the Hamlet of North Charlton and after half a mile you don’t go around the bend instead go straight on over the cattle grid onto gravel road, turn right at first chance and follow the road, you cant miss the boats on your right hand side.
From the North you turn right into North Charlton.