This park is on a lovely part of the Northumberland coast. Just walk down some steep steps to the sea and you'll soon be skipping across the sand - or foraging in rock pools for starfish and other sea creatures. There's a beautiful 18-hole golf course right next door to our park. Or you might want to pack your camera, explore the coastal path and work up an appetite for lunch!
There is always something to see and do for all ages, from your toddler seeing sand for the very first time and learning to swim in one of the swimming pools to you trying your hand at tennis or simply relaxing whilst youre entertained by one of the shows
• New for 2017 - Refurbished ShowBar
• Berwick-upon-Tweeds history is right on our doorstep
• 18-hole golf course right next door
• Sloping clifftop location offering stunning sunset views, with not one but two sandy beaches below
The Brigs of Tweed bar and restaurant
• Day and evening entertainment
From the North - On the A1, follow signs for Berwick Upon Tweed. At Morrisons / MacDonalds roundabout follow signs for Berwick Upon Tweed and take 2nd exit. At next mini roundabout continue straight across down North road and passed the Shell garage on the left. At next mini roundabout take 1st exit onto Northumberland Ave and the park is located at the end of the avenue.
From the South - Stay on A1 and follow signs for Edinburgh until you get to the Morrisons / MacDonalds roundabout. Follow the signs for Berwick Upon Tweed, take the 3rd exit at the roundabout. At next mini roundabout continue straight across down North road and passed the Shell garage on the left. At next roundabout take 1st exit onto Northumberland Ave and the park is located at the end of the avenue.
If programming your SAT NAV device, please use Postcode: TD15 1NE. This will guide you directly to Berwick where you will be able to follow the signs for directions to the Park.
The nearest train and bus station is in Berwick-upon-Tweed which is less than a mile from the Park.
All of our accommodations have a kitchen with utensils, crockery and glassware; shower room and TV. Linen can be hired for just £7.50 per bedroom per stay.
Comfort: are 10ft wide and sleep up to 4 in a two bedroom and up to 6 in a three bedroom. Comfortable and well fitted, Comfort caravans have heating in the lounge area. Bed linen is available for hire but beds will not be made up. Check in time is 4pm.
Comfort plus: have all the features of a Comfort caravan but come with the added benefit of multi room heating. Plus, if bed linen is hired, beds will be made up for your arrival. Check in time is 4pm.
Comfort extra wide: are 12ft wide and sleep up to 6 in a two bedroom and up to 8 in a three bedroom. Extra spacious, modern, featuring higher quality fittings and stylish interiors. If you hire bed linen, beds will be made up for your arrival. Earlier check in time at 3pm.
Premier plus: luxurious, ultra-modern, 12ft wide caravans with stylish fittings, central heating throughout and double glazing. The very best caravans on offer! They sleep up to 6 in a two bedroom and up to 8 in a three bedroom. Bed linen is included and beds will be made up for your arrival. Earlier check in time at 3pm.
Dogs are accepted at this park in a limited number of accommodations across all caravan grades at £25 per pet (max 2 per accommodation) subject to availability on a first come first reserved basis. Please call Haven when you have received your holiday confirmation to add your pets.
The first purpose built barracks in England dating back to the 18th century. With two museums and a 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition. There's plenty here for the whole family to enjoy.
Follow the farm trail and feed the friendly animals. Little ones will love the Pet Barn and Pedal Tractor Circuit.
Learn everything there is to know about bees and honey making. There are plenty of treats for you to buy in the shop, from delicious natural honey produced on the farm to honey and beeswax beauty products. We love the Vintage Museum here too.
Take a boat from the harbour town of Seashouses where you can explore these 28 islands (15 of which can be seen at high tide). You may even spot a few grey seals lounging around.
This spooky castle couldn't be more suitably named, dating back to the 12th century there are dungeons, torture chambers and many more ghostly rooms to explore. Why not take a ghost tour? Not for the faint hearted.
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