Northumberland Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
Whilst Northumberland has lots to offer holidaymakers one of the biggest draws from our point of view to the region is the fantastic caravan holiday parks found throughout.
Whist it is true that the North East of England doesn’t have quite as many large all action style parks as other regions, there are still a number of good ones to be found but where the region really excels is in the small-medium holiday parks and the quiet relaxed parks that offer nothing more than an idyllic location to relax before exploring.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we review a wide range of holiday parks found in Northumberland to make the process of booking your next holiday as simple as possible. Simply read our guides, our reviews and follow the links to check availability and costs.
Northumberland Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in Northumberland.
|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|
Northumberland Caravan Holidays
The county town of Northumberland is Alnwick, a market town hallway between Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Berwick-upon-Tweed that is famous for its Castle. The castle brings in thousands and thousands of visitor’s due thanks largely to featuring in numerous TV programmes and films including Blackadder, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Harry Potter.
Morpeth is another town steeped in history and thanks to its location near the A1 and near the East Mailline train line, it is a popular place to stay and explore the region.
Whilst not in the county itself, Northumberland makes a day visit to either Newcastle or Edinburgh a simple experience with the East Coast Mainline running straight through the county near to the A1 which goes straight to both cities. This allows you to mix a relaxing holiday surrounded by the coast or countryside of the region whilst still been just a short train ride or drive from the culture, restaurants and attractions of these 2 fabulous cities.
For many holidaymakers, the rugged coastline of Northumberland is the major draw to the region. It gives the perfect place to relax, explore and enjoy the natural beauty of the 100 miles of Northumberland coastline that has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
For caravan holidaymakers, it is the market and historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed where most make their base for a holiday in the region thanks to many of the county’s leading caravan holiday parks been found in and around the town.
Berwick also offers a great mix of urban and rural with shops, cafes and restaurants mixing with cliffs, beaches and open fields.The key features of the Northumberland coastline include Almouth, Bamburgh, Beadnell, Budle Bay, Cocklawburn Beach, Craster, Dunstanburgh Castle, the Farne Islands, Lindisfarne and Seahouses.
This mix of historical sites, beauty spots and villages are all worth exploring and draw holidaymakers all year round.
Northumberland is a county full of large sways of open countryside, rolling fields, hills with most of central Northumberland been part of the Northumberland National Park.
No matter is you just want a place to explore and forget about the stresses of life or if you are an experienced hiker, Northumberland’s vast rural parts has something to offer all visitors.
Whilst the county may not offer all action holiday resorts, which in its self is a major attraction of the county for many visitors, that doesn’t mean there is nothing on offer in the county for caravan holidaymakers.
It is the natural beauty of the region and its long history that once again offers the majority of attraction for visitors, with stately homes, castles, religious sites, coastal boat rides, museums and local wildlife that can be enjoyed throughout the county.
Arguably the most iconic attraction in the county is Hadrian’s Wall, the historic border between England and Scotland.
Holy Island near Berwick-upon-Tweed is a hugely spiritual place even for non-Christians and with the nearby Bamburgh Castle and Streethouses, this is one part of the region well worth visiting.
Alnwick Castle in the South of the County is a great place to visit to soak up the history of the region and makes for an ideal stopping point for those heading up to the Scottish borders.
The Northumberland coast and the Area of Outstanding Beauty that most of it fits into is an attraction all of itself, whilst you don’t get the wide and long sandy beaches so often associated with a trip to the seaside, the rugged nature of the region coast makes for its own attractions as you are never sure what you will stumble across next as you explore the coastline and it also offers shelters to a wide range of wildlife including large mammals such as seals.
Fishing is also a major attraction of the county with many of the country’s leading salmon fishing rivers found in the borders region between England and Scotland.
When looking to book a caravan holiday in Northumberland there is a lot to think about, from choosing the right location to choosing the right holiday park. Then you the costs and accommodation to think about and sometimes it can all seem a bit complicated.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you guides on all of the leading holiday destinations in the region as well as our reviews of the best caravan holiday parks. We bring you information such as what accommodation is on offer, what facilities, attractions and activities the park as and who the park best suits. We then bring you direct links to check availability and the holiday cost to make the process as simple as possible.
If you are looking for a caravan holiday in Northumberland, you are in the right place. To start either follow the links above for our guides to the different resorts or use the table above for further information on the leading holiday parks found throughout the county.