Malcolm, Kathy and Matthew Muckle welcome you to their family-owned and run Coquetdale Holiday Park, in tranquil, beautiful Rothbury in the heart of Northumberland.
Coquetdale Holiday Park is the perfect location for those wanting to escape to their very own country retreat. This secret countryside haven is located just off the A1, fifteen miles north-west of Morpeth, twelve miles south-west of Alnwick and just over thirty miles from Newcastle.
What sets Coquetdale apart from all other parks in the region is the location. Set within 25 acres of privately owned land, with blissful panoramic views, the park offers its holiday homeowners the perfect country escape. Coquetdale is a caravan park that is located on the outskirts of a conservation area, overlooking the Coquet Valley. It is a glorious natural setting for your very own country retreat.
Coquetdale is a non-commercialised park and has a selection of new and approved used static caravans, holiday homes and luxury lodges available for sale with something to suit everyone. There are standard and premium grade pitches, and all of the holiday homes are from well known and trusted manufacturers with varied specifications to suit different tastes and budgets. In addition, all holiday homes come with a pitch guarantee and warranty.
- Unlimited Free Wi-Fi network with secure, private password for each holiday home owner
- CCTV network throughout the park
- Security entrance barrier with private access for each holiday home owner
- Adventure play park for older children
- Basketball court
- Tennis court
- Various dog exercise areas
- Reception is open from 9am to 5pm 7 days a week, and there is an evening ‘on-call’ facility
Additional facilities for premier pitches:
- Private parking bay
- Larger pitches
- Mains gas supply
- Sky HD TV
DirectionsFor Directions see our website: http://coquetdaleholidaypark.co.uk/contact-coquetdale-holiday-park/
For romantic ruins, visit Dunstanburgh Castle: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dunstanburgh-castle/.
Bamburgh Castle is fully restored to its original glory and boasts awesome sea views: http://www.bamburghcastle.com.
Alnwick Castle is famous for many reasons, but most recently was used in the Harry Potter films. In addition, it is the second-largest castle in England after Windsor Castle: http://www.alnwickcastle.com.
If ghostly ghouls and haunted castles interest you, take a look at Chillingham Castle: http://www.chillingham-castle.com.
Cragside House, Garden and Estate: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cragside/.
Wallington Hall: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wallington/.
There are many activities within the area, and some a little further afield. So depending on how adventurous you are feeling there’s plenty on offer. Coquetdale Caravan Park is within easy reach of the coast (15 minutes), Newcastle City Centre (35 minutes), the Borders (40 minutes) and Darlington (90 minutes). (All times are approximate and are based on car travel).
The local village of Rothbury provides a golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, bowling green and fishing.