The Bunkroom

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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. With free wifi, the cosy but spacious upstairs bunkroom provides a welcoming retreat after a tiring but fulfilling day's activity on the Pennine fells. There are two comfy sofas on which to relax (one converts to a double bed) and eight single bunk beds and you can hire bedding if you're not bringing your own. For larger groups, 12 camp beds are also available in the main hall without the bedding hire option. 

Our charge includes shared 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. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept away from the camping field which is shared with a children's playground. For a safe and enjoyable stay, do please read our Overnight Fire Precautions and Village Hall User Guide.

Bunkroom charges per overnight stay (from 4.00pm to 10.00am) : £15 per person per night. Bedding hire (if required): £5 per person per stay. Camp beds in the main hall: £10 per person per night (no bedding hire available).  

You can check out availability and book your bunk online. There's no need to enter the name of each guest; just copy and paste the main guest name. Bookings which include use of the main hall camp beds must be made through the bookings secretaryPrefer to book offline and pay by cash, cheque or card? Our bookings secretary is here to help. If you're an organised group such as a school or youth organisation, we can invoice you if preferred. 


To cancel your booking for a full refund, please tell our bookings secretary at the earliest opportunity and at latest the day before you are booked to arrive. To change your booking or enquire about exclusive use of the bunkroom or have any booking queries, our bookings secretary will be pleased to assist. 

Where to dine


There's a big dining table in the bunkroom if you wish to self-cater using our kitchen facilities. The village post office stores stocks fresh and packaged food and drinks.

For groups of four or more, our Richard can usually rustle up a delicious cooked breakfast and/or evening meal. Just email him your proposed date(s) of stay and size of party at rich.greenough@googlemail.com to see if he's available.

Although we await a reopening date for our recently closed village pub, Alan our local taxi operator may be around to whisk you to the Miners Arms in neighbouring Nenthead or one of the several pubs and restaurants in the metropolis of Alston, four miles away: phone 01434-381644, evenings & weekends 01434-381761, mobile: 07957 901562. If unavailable, try Alston Taxis, Alston tel: 381386 mobile: 07990 593855


What do our guests say?
Great set up, enjoyed our stay here and appreciated the facilities, especially being able to make a hot cup of tea (RD)
Lovely facility for the village and hikers (AB)
Brilliant facility (WS)
Great option for the night (DS)
Thanks guys, you have a really nice village and we hope to get back over this way sometime (DE)
A lovely dry and warm shelter from the rain (JS)
Was looked after from the moment I entered the village looking like a drowned rat. 10/10 - you are all a credit to this county (SA)
My everlasting gratitude - excellent bunk house, great facilities (SG)
What a fantastic set up. Tim was so helpful and welcoming. The drying room amazing life saver (P&AC)
This is a wonderful facility. Thanks (JE)
Great stay in a great place, thank you. Much better than expected as a village hall (C&JW)
Fabulous place to stay, lovely and cosy. Will definitely recommend to other like-minded groups (EB Scout Group)