Northumberland’s Wild With Consent concept continues into the autumn

Motorhome parked up in Northumberland

A concept connecting caravanners to landowners for overnight stays in Northumberland has been such a success that it’s being extended into the autumn.

Wild With Consent has availability at a number of exclusive off-grid locations in October, offering caravanners and motorhomers the opportunity to enjoy the glow of the season in some of the county’s most picturesque spots.

Unlike conventional pitches, Wild With Consent gives single leisure vehicles the chance to reconnect with nature off the beaten track on private land.

Each location is situated close to the sea within Northumberland’s area of outstanding natural beauty.

Caravanners and motorhomers can choose a spot from:

Dunstan Hill – Wake up with a view of atmospheric Dunstanburgh Castle right from the window of your leisure vehicle.

Elwick – Fall asleep listening to the sounds of seals in the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, with the island just across the water from your camp.

Greymare Farm – Watch the sun go down over Lindisfarne Castle and take a walk to nearby St Cuthbert’s Cave, as you walk in the footsteps of the saints.

Scremerston Town Farm – Walk to Cheswick Beach and enjoy home-cooked meals and cakes from your hosts.

Wild With Consent is exclusively for leisure vehicles and does not cater to campers in a tent. Its charm is the ability to experience a unique setting without any other visitors around.

Sites start at £25 a night, with super premium locations charged at £100.

Grace Fell, founder of Wild With Consent, started offering the service this summer, but decided to continue it into the autumn as there seems to be demand for a longer staycation season this year.

She is a seasoned camper, travelling around in her Iveco campervan, which has been dubbed Tubs.