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North East of England
The North East of England is a truly special region of the UK. It is a place where history meets the future and where sprawling cities meet national parks and rugged coastline.

From our point of view the North East is also a special place due to the caravan holiday parks that can be found throughout. From small parks surrounded by beautiful countryside to large parks near to the coast and from parks on the edge of urban areas to caravan parks next to castles.

North East Holiday Parks

Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in the North East of England.

Company Park Name/ Location Review Info
1 Haggerston Castle, Berwick-upon-Tweed Review Book | More Info
2 Berwick HP, Berwick-upon-Tweed Review Book | More Info

North East of England Caravan Holidays

There is a fantastic range of caravan holiday parks just waiting to be found in the North East of England and the good news is that here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you all you need to know to find the very best caravan holiday park for you and your family.

We bring you are reviews, the facilities on park, accommodation options and information on how to book a holiday on the park.

For many park, we also bring you fantastic special offers and more.

Counties

The North East of England is made up of the counties of Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and the Tees Valley.

Northumberland is an historical county made up of mostly rural areas but it is also home to many historical sites and the popular seaside town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The county is the northernmost county in England and has a fascinating history of wars between both England and Scotland.

County Durham is another historical county found in the South of the region near to the North Yorkshire boundary. The city of Durham is the county town and this popular city is a great destination for holidaymakers. Take in the views from the Cathedral, enjoy a walk along the banks of the river or simply enjoy the atmosphere of this historic town full of great bars, cafes, restaurants and shops.

When most people think of Tyne of Wear it is the big urban areas of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gateshead and Sunderland that comes to mind. That’s because this county of the North East of England is different from the rest as Tyne and Wear is mostly an urban county in a region famed for its coastline and countryside.

That’s not to say that the county doesn’t have its own places of natural beauty but for most it is the culture of the regions cities that draw you to Tyne and Wear.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne is one the UK most vibrant cities offering a great range of bars, cafes, restaurants, shops, museums, sporting venues and nightlife to rival any UK city.

Gateshead is home to the incredible Metro Centre whilst Sunderland is a city enjoying a new lease of life after numerous regeneration schemes.

Located on the border with North Yorkshire to the South and County Durham to the north, the relatively small county of Tee Valley is made up of 5 authorities, Darlington, Hartlepool, Middleborough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton-On-Tees.

The region is mostly flat and urban is nature although there are some areas of idyllic countryside especially along the River Tees where the High Force Waterfall is well worth a visit for any holidaymaker to the region.

Cities

The region can be further broken down by the 3 large conurbations in the North East; Teesside, Wearside and Tyneside.

It is these areas that are home to the large cities in the North East of England which are all found in the southern parts of the area.

Middlesbrough (Teesside), Sunderland (Wearside) and Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Tyneside) are the largest cities in the region with Durham one of the most famous thanks to its iconic Cathedral and historical university. Other large settlements include Darlington, Gateshead, Hartlepool, South Shields, Stockton-On-Tees and Washington.

Coast

The North East of England is home to a fantastic coastline that is just waiting to be explored. From ragged and rocky to sandy and open, the choice of beaches, cliffs and coves are only limited by how much you want to explore.

From the Cleveland Way, through the Tees Valley up to the Durham Heritage Coast even the mostly urban southern sections of the region offer an idyllic countryside fill of local nature.

In Tyne and Wear fantastic beaches and seasoned resorts can be found just to the north of Newcastle in and around Whitley Bay whilst to the North the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Beauty really does live up to its name.

Seahouses, Bamburgh and Berwick are also popular with holidaymakers and offer the chance to enjoy history with the pleasures of exploring a sandy beach.

But of course, it is the caravan holiday parks themselves that draw people to the region on a caravan holiday in the North East of England and thankfully that is an area where the region excels.

Whilst it’s true the North East doesn’t have the sheer number of caravan holiday parks of some parks of the UK it lacks nothing in quality. From smaller parks in rural areas to all action parks by the seaside.

The North East of England offers caravan holiday for everybody. If you are after a larger holiday park operated by the bigger companies, the seaside town and resorts of Whitley Bay, Hartlepool and Berwick-upon-Tweed are the best places to look whilst the countryside around towns and cities such as Durham and Newcastle offer a peaceful and relaxing location to explore the region.

No matter what type of caravan holiday park you are after here at CaraHols.co.uk we can help you find the right one for you. We understand that it can be difficult to find a caravan holiday park that suits all in your family. Whilst parents may want a quiet base to relax from the stresses of life, kids want an all action park with facilities and activities to fill each day of the holiday.

For many it is of course the cost of the holiday that determines the park but the great news with a caravan holiday park is that you pay per accommodation and not per person.

We review many caravan parks from the region, bringing you details on the onsite facilities, the accommodation options as well as details on how to book holiday and what special offers are available.