Felton Fruit Farm - Everything you need to know about this Northumberland Hidden gem!
Updated: Aug 11, 2022
NOW CLOSED UNTIL JUNE 2023.
I have received so many messages this year about the fruit farm, I would just like to point out that we do not own the farm or have anything to do with the farm. This is a family lifestyle blog, we visit places and review them, share our thoughts with the readers. I don't have a contact number to give out for the farm when I share this Blog Post that is when the farm is open.
The info you need is in the post below including opening times.
We have been visiting Felton Fruit Farm for many years now, in my opinion it is one of the best Fruit picking farms we have been to. The fruit is of high quality and there is always loads to go around and the prices are fantastic. We always have loads of fun when we go and these are the kind of memories we want to be making as a family.
What can you pick?
No need to Book. You can just show up.
No entry fee, No parking fee.
Plenty of car parking space
Portaloo in the car park
Small hut to get your baskets and then you go back to the hut to weigh and pay.
Hand sanitiser available
Straw down in between the rows to make it easier to walk.
Large field perfect to sit and have a Picnic
Dogs have to stay in the car park.
Today we paid £12 for two full baskets of Strawberries and a full basket of Raspberries
10am - 5pm 7 days a week!
How to find Felton Fruit Farm
The fruit farm is not actually in Felton village. It is a few minutes away, on the opposite side of the A1.
Travelling up the A1 from Newcastle, continue past Morpeth. 8 miles past the A697 turn off, you should start to see the strawberry signs, poking out of the hedges on the left. Take the next left, signposted for Rothbury/Weldon Bridge/Howdens/West Moor. The fruit farm is around one mile along this road, on the left.
For Sat Nav, postcode NE65 9QE will take you onto the right road.
In The Village
General store/post office
Lots of walks to enjoy