Berwick Holiday Park Surrounding Area

Berwick Holiday Park is at the hart of all the main attractions. You and your kids will not be board with so much to do.

Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle - is the second largest inhabited castle in the country and has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family. 

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle - once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria.

Berwick Upon Tweed

Berwick Upon Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed - just 3 miles from the Scottish Border, a coastal town with four sandy beaches. 

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle - continuously owned by just one family line since the 1200's. 

Heatherslaw Light Railway

Heatherslaw Light Railway

Heatherslaw Light Railway - Centred round the charming villages of Ford and Etal and nestled in the furthermost corner of north Northumberland.
 

Review


Was there for a week the place is beautiful the caravan we hired ( privately) was great 👍 the staff in the whole place were amazing ad friendly couldn’t do enough for you, would highly recommend it. Have even considered looking into buying a caravan there.

We have been coming to the holiday park on and off for 25 yrs and we have always enjoyed our stay here it’s a comfortable site and always plenty for the kids to do our grandchildren love coming here but this time it is just the 2 of us for chill out time as we do a lot of childminder duty for them and we need our time too we love to walk around the site and especially round the ramparts around the town we have seen a lot of changes over the years but it always feels like coming home to us as we love it here.

Stayed for the first weekend of October half term. The park never felt overly busy.
The location was why we selected it - its very close to Berwick which is a really interesting place to wander round, with the ramparts, independent shops and cafes, and riverside. The Lowry trail adds another interesting dimension. The two beaches are so easy to pop down to in the sunrises for a dog-walk stretch. Great seaglass finds, and rocks to climb on. The Coastal Path runs north to some spectacular coastline up to Eyemouth and beyond. We used the arcades, pool (scheduled 1 hour sessions, no slide) and Junior Segways, which were great. 

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