Berwick Holiday Park enjoys a lovely location close to the North Sea coast in Northumberland, a short distance outside Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Part of the Haven Holidays group, this a great holiday destination for families, as it really is a hop, skip and a jump from the shore. You'll find a range of holiday caravans for hire at Berwick Holiday Park – from the Standard models to the Platinum models, all provide comfortable holiday accommodation to suit your requirements and your budget. Gas, electricity and water are included in the price, and every caravan has a modern fitted kitchen and a cosy living space.
Come rain or shine, there's lots to keep the family busy at Berwick Holiday Park. There is an indoor swimming pool with a water slide as well as an outdoor swimming pool (open from May until August), a packed entertainment schedule, kids' clubs and evening shows. Or how about enjoying some golf on the park's very own 18-hole course? You could also try archery or fencing, enjoy bowling or football, or reach for the skies on the bungee trampolines.
You might like to pay a trip to the Mash and Barrel, the on-site bar and restaurant, where you can peruse the menu and enjoy a break from cooking, whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner. But that's not all, as there is also a fish and chip shop here, plus the park hosts traditional summer barbecues, too. And, of course, because visitors come here for a self catering holiday, there is a well-stocked shop at this park, so you can top up your holiday essentials and groceries without needing to go far. There is also a laundrette and a cash point.
Perhaps you'd like to venture further afield and, if so, there are lots of things to do in Northumberland. If you'd like a wider range of shops, supermarkets and eateries, head into historic Berwick-upon-Tweed itself. The town has, for centuries, been a battle ground between Scotland and England, as it sits so close to the English/Scottish border, so the castle and the walls are well worth visiting and have many a story to tell – guided and self guided tours are available to help you get the most from your trip.
If you'd like to visit Lindisfarne on Holy Island, it is only a 30-minute drive south and is a magnificent destination for a day out, the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve also worth visiting. There's also Bamburgh Castle, a little further down the coast.
Alternatively, you could cross the border and visit Scotland. Just a short drive up the A1 you'll cross into Scotland, while about a quarter of an hour's drive away is the small town of Eyemouth. Keep on going up the A1 and about 40 minutes after leaving Berwick Holiday Park you could be in Dunbar.
With its wonderful cliff top location, giving you the chance to enjoy a memorable, glorious sunset, Berwick Holiday Park might be the perfect, family friendly holiday destination for you and your loved ones.