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Seacote Park

St Bees, Cumbria

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Seacote Park is a four-star family holiday destination found on the picturesque Cumbrian coast. Open all year, Seacote Park is a residential park while also providing luxurious holiday homes for hire, as well as welcoming guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents – which means there is something here for everyone.

Seacote Park also has a sister site, called Beachcomber Park.

All the holiday homes for hire at Seacote Park are modern and fitted with all essential conveniences and appliances, with central heating and other utilities provided at no additional cost.

Grass pitches are available for tents at this campsite, while touring caravan and motorhome guests can choose from a full hardstanding pitch, or a hardstanding pitch with adjacent grass for an awning. There is no additional cost for using awning pitches, while electric and water hook-ups are also included for no extra fee.

Seacote Park has a modern amenities block that houses toilets and showers, along with a laundrette. There is a small shop adjacent to the park where guests can buy groceries, holiday essentials and gifts to take home for loved ones. There is no bar or restaurant at this campsite, but guests are welcome to use the Seacote Hotel during their stay. The hotel is a short seafront walk from the park, and has two bars and a restaurant. Live entertainment is also provided at the hotel, while one of the bars has a dart board and pool tables, and broadcasts sporting events on a large TV screen.

If you're staying at Seacote Park for your camping, motorhome or caravan holidays in Cumbria, there is plenty for you to do in the local area. Those that love the outdoors will find the St Bees Head Heritage Coast area to the north, which has a selection of walks offering amazing views out across the sea, as well as a wealth of opportunities for finding wildlife and bird watching.

Keen walkers can take advantage of gentle or challenging terrain close to the park, depending on where they wish to head, with all routes providing a great experience and offering much to see. Or head down to the beach after exploring the cliff tops. Families love days out on the beach!

The village of St Bees itself is a beautiful location and only about a 15-minute walk from this holiday park. There's a golf course open to the public, a 12th century church, plus shops and eateries, meaning you can top up your holiday supplies or perhaps enjoy a meal out – you won't need to worry about the washing up, either!

A short, 10- to 15-minute drive to the north brings guests to the popular port town of Whitehaven, where there is plenty to see and do. In addition, this campsite is a short drive west of the Lake District National Park. Be inspired to explore the biggest national park in England, on foot or on your bike – bicycle hire is also available, or you could try an electric bike to take the strain out of cycling. Or how about climbing, kayaking, canoeing or sailing? When you visit the Lake District, you can take in the region's many towns and villages, as well as the ancient stone circles such as Castlerigg, the Cockpit, Swinside Stone Circle and Burnmoor Stone Circles.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Water hook-ups, Drainage hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Bar, Restaurant, Cafe

baby changing facilities


Accommodations:
49 Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, 66 Holiday homes (for rent), 60 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Tennis, Games Room, Snooker/Pool

The Seacote Holiday Parks enjoy an enviable situation. Directly in front of the Park lies St Bees beach. The sand stretches as far as the eye can see and beyond it, across the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man can be seen silhouetted on the horizon.

Much of the Park is sheltered by the gigantic rocky outcrop of St Bees Head. This towering headland provides many forms of recreation, whether you choose to explore the rocks and pools around its base or take the cliff top path and enjoy its dramatic views out to sea and inland towards the Lakeland fells.


Seacote Park (www)

The Beach
Cumbria, North of England
United Kingdom
CA27 0ET
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