Cresswell Road, Cresswell, Northumberland, NE61 5JT
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Cresswell Towers is situated at the end of a seven-mile stretch of the glorious sandy Druridge Bay beach and is perfect for relaxing family getaways. Take a relaxing walk along the coast and discover historic Northumberland before heading back to park to unwind in the heated indoor pool and spa bath.
Youll find everything you need to make your holiday just perfect with relaxed family entertainment, sports court, amusements and delicious food and drink available in The Tower Tavern.
Open 16th March 29th October 2018
Star Tots for 4 year olds and under
Star Landers for 5-10 year olds
Park Live for live evening entertainment
Live evening entertainment
Heated indoor pool
Tasty food options in The Tower Tavern
WiFi available within selected facilities. Premium service available for a small charge
There is a wide range of accommodation available to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. All of our holiday homes are fully equipped and there is also the choice to upgrade to models with double glazing and central heating.
Follow the A19, followed by the A189 to Ashington until you see the signs for Ellington. At Ellington, stay on the road and you will find the signs for Cresswell Towers Holiday Park.
Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
Entertainment+ Passes £3.75 per person per £9.50 break, £4.75 per person per £15 break - Passes FREE on breaks starting May 21, Jun 4, 11
Dog Friendly £25.00 per dog
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Jul 6, 9, Aug 31; £6 per person per break May 25, 28, Jul 13, 16, 20, Oct 22
A 700 hundred-year-old castle simply brimming with enchantment - delve into a dragon's lair or learn to ride a broomstick exactly where Harry Potter did! Little ones will love dressing up in medieval costumes, before heading off on an adventure and learning historic crafts along the way.
Northumberland boasts some amazing beaches, the Clyde coast is 2 miles from the holiday park and is full of beaches with islands dotted along the coast, a great place for families of all ages.
Any trip to Northumberland must include a visit The Holy island of Lindisfarne, which is the foundation of England's Christian heritage, standing on the rocky outcrop which forms the island is the striking 16th Century Lindisfane Castle.
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