Garrigill Village Hall is a great place for an overnight stopover for walkers and cyclists, especially if you're doing the Pennine Way or the C2C cycle route. The cosy but spacious upstairs area of the village hall provides a welcoming retreat after a tiring but fulfilling day's activity on the Pennine fells. There are comfy bunk beds for up to eight people and you can hire bedding if you're not bringing your own. The main hall is available for larger groups of up to 30 - a number of camp beds are available but no bedding is provided. The charge includes use of the well-equipped kitchen, showers and toilets.There's a spin dryer, dehumidifier and hanging rails in the drying room for drying wet kit overnight.There are also camping facilities and a covered cycle shelter with securing rails.
Availability and booking
More often than not, there will be spaces available on the night(s) you wish to book. To see what's available or to proceed with a booking, please phone the Bookings Secretary on 01434 647516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The secretary will confirm the cost and whether any damage deposit is required. Apart from such deposit, you can pay the hire charge on arrival either by cash or cheque in favour of "Garrigill Village Hall".
To confirm your booking, would you please complete and print a booking form here. Be sure to read our terms and conditions of hire before you sign and return the booking form along with a damage deposit cheque, if applicable.
Overnight stay approx. 4.00pm to 10.00am - £12 per person per night
Bedding hire: £5 per person per stay
Exclusive use of bunkroom
If you'd like exclusive use of the bunkroom, don't forget to mention this to the Bookings Secretary, as this can normally be arranged at no extra charge for parties of 4 or more. Although there's a fixed charge of £48 for three or less persons wanting exclusive use of the bunkroom, it's often the case you'll have the bunkroom to yourselves in any event.