Tarset Village Hall is located at Lanehead, a small hamlet at the southern end of Tarset in the Northumberland National Park - near the junction of the roads to Greenhaugh, Bellingham, Falstone and Donkleywood.
The hall is owned in Trust for the community and its day-to-day business is run by a Management Committee made up of volunteers from the community. It is a non-profit registered charity and is funded through hall charges, hall fundraising events, running the bar, The 100 Club and grants.
The hall provides a main hall, a meeting room, kitchen, bar and sound and video equipment. There is also a community garden and the community's defibrillator is also located at the Hall. Although mobile reception is patchy in the area at best, the hall also provides high-speed broadband to its users free of charge, so internet calling is possible, and there is an emergency-only landline located in the meeting room.