Berwick Holiday Park is at the center of all the main attractions. You and your family will not be board with so much to do, come rain or shine.
Alnwick Castle - is the second largest inhabited castle in the country and has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family.
Bamburgh Castle - once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, and a great place to visit.
Berwick-upon-Tweed - is the northern most town in England and only around 3 mins from the park. The town is small enough to walk around yet large enough to spend a day there, a coastal town with four sandy beaches.
Chillingham Castle - continuously owned by just one family line since the 1200's.
Heatherslaw Light Railway - Centred round the charming villages of Ford and Etal and nestled in the furthermost corner of north Northumberland.
Grace Darling Museum - is dedicated to and run by the RNLI, Grace Darling in 1838, she risked her life rescuing nine survivors from a shipwreck. She with her father rowed out to the ship wreck in heavy seas to recue he nine men. Grace Darling with her father had always run and been around the lighthouses for most of their lives. She’s known as a national heroine. You can view her personal items, letters, photos and artefacts from the rescue.
Boat trips in Seahouses - a must do while on your holiday is a trip on the sea, see the land from the sea and a great opportunity to take some great pictures. A choice of boats and the choice of even going fishing for a few hours. See how many sea birds you can find, look out for some seals splashing around in the water.
Castle Windmill - is an 18th century windmill at the North End of Bamburgh Castle. Originally used to grind corn and feed for the local people.
Holy Island - is only a short drive away from the park, the island is only small and can be access by car over the walkway – you must look at the tides. Home to the Lindisfarne Priory which was founded around the 7th century and it was once one of the most important religious centres in England. Lindisfarne Castle, built in the 16th century, and now a great tourist attraction.