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We are inclusive and everyone is welcome to visit. Children and dogs are very welcome. 

We are in a rural  historic environment  with a courtyards, gardens, fields, steps, mud, and some rugged terrain, and this makes some access difficult for wheelchair users and those with physical or mental disabilities. Please enquire if you have any questions.

We endeavour to assist with hearing, sight, neurodiverse, mental or physical impairments where ever possible. Some areas may not be accessible to everyone who feels that they are not able to go to that part of the site, but we have videos on Youtube Cragend Farm for you to see the site before you visit. There are also some videos on social media.

There is Virtual Tour East Cottage for our self-catering cottage and Virtual Tour Silo for our tours on Youtube to give you a taster of what it is like here.

This website is full of information about Holiday Accommodation, Farming with Rare Breeds and sponsorship, our history and Listed Building information, Northumberland Tourism and Bio-Mass sustainability.

This ancient farm farm was re-modelled and transformed by Northumbrian Industrialist Lord William Armstrong of Cragside in 1880’s. It has a unique history thanks to this great innovators vision for engineering and science including a Grade II* Agricultural Site.

About the author

Lou is the owner of Cragend Farm with her husband Shaun, and deals with everything from Holiday Accommodation inquiries to egg collection from the chickens; she is the social media and web design finger-tapper.

Find Out More About Cragend

Cragend Farm has a interesting and diverse history, from technical innovations to historic buildings. Tied in closely to the neighbouring Cragside Estate home of Victorian inventor and industrialist Lord Armstrong.