Northside Farm is an exclusive-use venue nestled in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside comprising a converted barn, a gin gang ceremony room surrounded by 70 acres of land, lakes and woodland area. The luxurious glamping site consists of 10 timber pods each with a firepit, four whimsical fairytale-style cottages, fully functioning luxury amenities and space for an additional tent or wigwam pitches.
The barn has a fully licensed wooden bar area adjoining to the floor- to-ceiling glass-fronted main reception space and ceremony room with flagstone flooring, exposed beams and brick walls. The venue offers quirky décor or can be left as a blank canvas to add personal touches.
Outside, guests can find manicured lawns used for the drinks reception or garden games in the summer, and a part-covered comfortable courtyard at the rear with a firepit for toasting marshmallows or having a barbecue buffet. Surrounded by the countryside, there’s room for marquees if requested and Northside Farm offers a ‘no restriction’ policy (as long as it is legal) for activities such as fireworks.
Ceremonies can take place outside on the lawn, inside the barn or in the circular gin gang, while the reception takes place in the barn with a capacity for 150 seated guests and opens up for more in the evening. It has a fully licensed bar to the side and an outside part-covered courtyard with a comfortable seating area.
The timber glamping pods (sleeps up to five) each as a private firepit. The addition of the four cottages (each sleep two) offers that little bit of extra magic to a perfect day and extra camping accommodation can also be arranged. The children’s park includes a zip wire, and the grounds are animal and wheelchair friendly.
Northside Farm delivers special and personal weddings that span across several days so that no part of the proceedings are rushed or overlooked. The premises offers exclusive use for up to three nights; couples get a relaxed experience and more time to spend with friends and family.
Check out: www.northsidefarm.co.uk
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