Out & About in Garrigill

Whether you are cycling the C2C, walking the Pennine Way, or looking for a tranquil holiday in an untouched Area of Outanding Natural Beauty in the North Pennines, EastView makes a perfect home from home.

A haven for walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and artists, there is much to enjoy in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the North Pennines.

The area contains many attractions, from the traditional 16th century village pub, museums, village art studio of Lionel Playford.

South Tynedale Railway operates between Alston and Kirkhaugh, and is England’s highest narrow gauge railway. Also tea rooms and shop.

Garrigill’s Wikipedia entry.

Ashgill Falls – Not far from Garrigill lies the spectacular waterfall at Ashgill. Well worth a visit, you can walk behind the wall of water for a spectacular view from within!

Alston – this nearby market town is home to a wide variety of specialist shops and art galleries as well as being the setting for a recent TV production of Oliver Twist


Cyclists are welcome at EastView

The C2C runs right past our door