The Bunkroom

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Garrigill Village Hall Bunkroom is a great place for an overnight stopover for walkers and cyclists, ideally situated for the Pennine Way and C2C cycle route. With free wifi plus USB charging ports, our cosy 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 or use your sleeping bag. For larger groups, we can provide up to twelve camp beds in the main hall but without the bedding hire option.

Your booking 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. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept off the camping field which adjoins a children's playground. For a safe and enjoyable stay, do please read our Bunkroom User Guide - and in summer months don't forget your midge repellent!

Bunkroom charges per overnight stay (from 4.00pm to 10am) is £18 per person per night. Optional bedding hire is £5 per person per stay for freshly laundered pillow, pillowcase, fitted sheet, 10.5 single quilt with cover, your bed being made up for arrival. For larger groups we can also offer camp beds in the main hall: £10 per person per night. You'll need your own sleeping bag. It's simplest to book and pay online in advance. To make a booking on the same day you intend arriving, you'll need phone us on 01434 647516 to check availability.

Please contact our bookings secretary if:                             #you need to change your booking or enquire about exclusive use of the bunkroom or have any booking queries;                    #you need to cancel your booking for a full refund. Please let us know at the earliest opportunity and at latest the day before you are booked to arrive;                                                              # you're a larger group needing use of the hall camp beds;       #you're an organised youth group like a school, Scouts or DofE, as discounts are available (ask for the promo code) 

Where to dine The bunkroom has a large dining table if you're self-catering using our kitchen facilities. The village post office stores stocks fresh and packaged food and drinks. If you'll be arriving outside opening hours, you may be able to place a grocery order in advance - phone 01434 381257 to enquire. Our village pub, the George & Dragon, is currently undergoing a major makeover with a view to reopening late autumn 2022. In the meantime, Alan our local taxi operator may be around to whisk you off to the the several pubs and restaurants in the metropolis of Alston, four miles down the road. Phone Alan on 01434-381644; evenings and weekends: 01434-381761; mobile: 07957 901562. If unavailable, try Alston Taxis: 01434-381386 mobile: 07990 593855. It's best to check taxi availability before your visit.