Highburn House Country Caravan Park is a wonderful caravan park, found in a picturesque location on the edge of Northumberland National Park. Highburn House makes an ideal base for anyone who would like to explore the countryside of northern England as well as the leafy Scottish borders area.
This holiday park offers a number of great plots for guests with motorhomes, tents and touring caravans, and there are pitches with electric hook-ups available. Static holiday homes and holiday cottages are also available for hire on the site.
The area is well sheltered by trees and all touring pitches offer amazing views of the countryside and surrounding region, offering perfect looking landscapes at sunrise and sunset.
Facilities available on-site include shower and toilet blocks, washing up, and laundry facilities.
Highburn House Country Caravan Park is close to the popular market town of Wooler, where guests will find a range of local shops and other amenities to ensure they are comfortable and remain stocked up on all their essentials during their stay. There are also plenty of country pubs close by serving local ales and foods for the whole family.
On the site, guests will find a children's play park great for youngsters to run around in, while close by there are great opportunities for lively family activities such as hill walking, canoeing, and sailing.
Guests looking to stay at Highburn House Country Caravan Park and relax can enjoy bird watching or fishing at their leisure.
There is plenty of space on the site for ball games and general relaxation, so guests who want to stay at the park and enjoy the surroundings can easily do so. Numerous footpaths lead off on a variety of routes from the park and will take guests right into the very best of the surrounding landscape.
Away from the campsite at Highburn House and Wooler there is plenty to discover in Northumberland and in the surrounding area. Visit the Northumberland Heritage Coastline, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is considered to be one of the best undiscovered tourist hotspots in all of Europe. Guests can find everything from Roman ruins to more recent constructions of castles and fortresses. A drive across the sea to Lindisfarne (Holy Island) is a unique day out and is a must do for anyone staying in this part of the world.
The park is also close to another market town, Alnwick, which sits a short distance from the A1 motorway and is easy to get to. In Alnwick guests can enjoy the Alnwick Gardens attraction, while a walk around the town will introduce many friendly pubs and locally owned and run shops.
Northumberland National Park offers many additional activities for families to enjoy including horse riding and climbing, with things to do almost every day of the year. Guests looking to explore a little further should head to the Scottish Borders for villages such as Coldstream and Kelso, while the great transport links in the area means days out in Edinburgh and Newcastle-upon-Tyne are also possibilities.
If you're looking for a wonderful base for your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Northumberland, Highburn House Country Park is an amazing place to stay!
Calor and camping gas exchange on site.
We are only a short walk [400mts] from the main shopping area in the market town of Wooler.There are castles, Farne Islands,Holy Island, golf courses, pony trekking, rock climbing, Chillingham wild cattle, fishing, gliding, light railway, and the Scottish border and more all inside 10 miles of our park.
Gliding Club, Rock Climbing, Tennis.
Based on 2 review(s)
08 Apr 2016
The site is very welcoming if you are prepared to respect other users within the site. A new park has recently been built which has a multitude of activities to wear the kids out. A babbling stream with the added attraction of the roaming wildfowl gives all the chance to play pooh sticks and feed the ducks at the same time. Good clean well kept facilities with showers, toilets and laundry. Ask at reception and they sell bbq's and freeze cooler blocks for those without electricity for minimal charge. Family run and very spacious with no over crowding. If you want a wild time and haven't got respect for others then you will be asked to leave as this site prides itself on its reputation as a family based park.
northumberland 29 Mar 2011
this is a basic site that would suit couples rather than families as the so called play area is well out dated with only two swings in the touring area and two swings and a poorly maintained slide in the static area. you are not greeted with the best welcome compared to other sites we have visited. all in all an ok site for peace and quiet and the best positive review we can give is that there is ample of space between caravans.