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We have a puppy called Dax. He is a Border Collie and will be our new sheepdog, when he is old enough. We will start training him in dog manners straight away but the sheep dog training doesnt start until he is at least 6 months old. ...

Staying at Cragend Grange Kick off your shoes, put your feet up and make yourself at home. Our stunning Northumbrian bedrooms have something for everyone. Whether you want a traditional rustic farmhouse style room with high beams and packed with history, or a luxurious large suite with a private entrance and boutique style furnishings, there is something for you. Bed & Br ...

Cragend Grange has Bed and Breakfast rooms available and Shaun & Lou prepare healthy and substantial breakfasts to set you up for a busy day in Northumberland.  Our menu may consist of some of the following, and they are licensed as Produced in Northumberland suppliers of many food items, such as local sausages and eggs. Fresh Fruit (in season) Homemade Granola Porridge ...

Green Award for Sustainability We have been accredited with a  Green Award for Sustainability at East Cottage for doing our part to help the environment and recycle, remain carbon neutral/negative and energy light. We make every effort to make the cottage as comfortable as possible without waste or excess and hope you enjoy your part in saving our planet by staying with us ...

This is Toby the Parsons Jack Russell who came to stay with us from Devon. In the 2018 contest for Best Dog it is a close call but we think Toby may have the prize!...or is it the husky or the ridgeback or the collie????? So many gorgeous visiting dogs to choose from. ...

We were thrilled to have Dexter and his owners to stay last week. Dexter is 10 months old and a beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback who made our labrador look tiny. He had some gorgeous runs on the beach and in our fields. ...

Tilly and Wynn came to stay with their fabulous owners on what has been one of the sunniest weeks so far this year. Simon, Rhys and Linda have been looking at gardens in Northumberland and visiting castles and beaches. There certainly are plenty of those to visit in this amazing county. ...

This lovely whippet is called Nell and she came to stay with her family during half-term. She had a great time racing around our fields with our Labrador Bert. We are happy to welcome dogs to our holiday accommodation and there are lots of fields and walks to go on without taking the car. ...

This is Roxy a Patterdale Terrier who came to stay with us from London after a visit to Scotland - hence her high fashion tartan collar. Her owner is also in the Fashion business with Hope & Ivy a beautiful brand of feminine dresses and outfits for every event. ...

Lily came to stay as part of the Bride Grooms wedding party, owned by the Best Mans parents. Thank you for coming to stay at Cragend Grange. ...

We have had the most wonderful week staying here! East Cottage has been a complete pleasure to stay in - it is beautifully set out - a real home from home, and using the wood burner and range has been a complete treat! Cragend Farm is set in the most beautiful of settings - we have thoroughly enjoyed exploring Cragside Estate - the dogs have never had so much exercise. Bamburgh Beach, Holy Island and Dunstanburgh Castle, have also been amazing places to visit. A brilliant stay!

S & R, Devon

This is a very comfortable, unfussy, well equipped house. We found lots of enjoyable walks and places to visit within easy reach. Perfect. The easy access to walks in Cragside were a delight.

T & M, Cara the Kelpi

Cragend Farm sells seasoned wood, in a variety of sizes for use in wood burning stoves and open fires.
The logs are available in "easy to lift" log bags or delivered in bulk loads and stacked if required.

Carry Bag (soft wood) £17
Carry Bag (hard wood) £20
Sack Barrow (soft wood) £32
Sack barrow (hard wood) £35
Cubic Meter (soft wood) £82.95
Cubic Meter (hard wood) £96.60
Delivery extra. Please contact us for more information.

Seasoned Logs for sale

Shaun & Lou Renwick are keen to harness the farm's natural resources, using wood to heat their water, to cook with on a wood burning range, and to heat the houses on the Farm. Even if your house is not equipped to totally run on wood there are things you can do to make sure you are using the best quality wood for your fires.

Why use Seasoned Wood?

Seasoned wood is a definition for 'wood drying'. About 5% of the energy of the log is wasted through evaporation and heating the water vapour of damp logs.

Moisture effects the burning process with unburnt hydrocarbons going up the chimney, which can in time create 'sooting' in the chimney, with the possibility of a chimney fire, all of which requires specialist sweeping.

Drying the wood before burning reduces moisture content in the wood before it is used for burning,

Air drying is the most traditional method, and it takes time. usually over and above 2 years! The fire will use less energy to burn the log if the water content is below 20%. Therefore is can give OUT more energy in the form of heat!

Cragend Farm endeavours to provide their customers with the best seasoned wood possible.

if you would like further information on the process of burning wood please contact us and we will be happy to help.

Why seasoned wood?