Glororum is a caravan park in Bamburgh, Northumberland, set in peaceful surroundings on the glorious Northumberland Coast, 20 miles south of historic Berwick upon Tweed on the Scottish Border and 40 miles north of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne
Minimum of three nights bookings over bank holiday periods
Please note we no longer accomodate tents; touring & motorhome pitches only.
The closest touring and caravan holiday park to Bamburgh, Glororum is a hidden gem of a country park.
Enjoying enviable views of Bamburgh Castle and within easy reach of one of Britain's finest beaches, it's hardly surprising that Glororum is among North East England's most sought after holiday parks.
This beautifully maintained park with its superb onsite facilities and fabulous location is hard to beat. Just a mile from Bamburgh with is picturesque village green, stunning castle and popular restaurants, quirky pubs and shops.
Just one mile from Bamburgh village with its famous castle and mile upon mile of beautiful beaches, Glororum Holiday Park is a gem of a park tucked away in the beautiful north Northumberland countryside.
Hard standing pitches with electric and water hook-ups are bordered with mature trees with views towards Bamburgh Castle and the Cheviot Hills in the distance.
Boasting superb facilities for tourers, there's a modern shower and toilet block, food preparation area and on site shop.
With plenty of space for everyone to stretch out, relax and enjoy themselves, the kids will love the fun outdoor play area and sports pitches
At this park:
Closest caravan holiday park to Bamburgh
Castle & Cheviot Hills views
Outdoor children's play area
Small on-site shop
Modern toilet and shower block
Hard Standing Pitches
Dedicated Accessible Facilities
Drinking Water Taps
Chemical toilet disposal point
*Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and pet owners must clean up after their pets. Dangerous breeds are not permitted.
1st March - 30th November
Extra person per night (Children under 10 free) £3
Awning (per night) £3
Dog (per night) £3
* Prices per night include x1 touring/motorhome & 2 adults
A deposit of one night's stay is required at the time of booking. Full payment is due 28 days before your arrival date. Bookings made within four weeks of your holiday date must be paid in full at the time of booking; please enclose the full amount with your booking form.
We regret that we cannot refund any monies paid, either by way of deposit or balance, due to cancellation at any time, for whatever reason.
Three nights minimum booking applies during Bank Holidays (Friday to Monday).
Within easy reach of Holy Island, The Farne Islands, Cheviot Hills and many historic castles, including Alnwick Castle, with its magnificent landscape gardens enhanced by spectacular water features, and where the world famous Harry Potter stories were filmed. Nearby there are endless choice of walks, from the beautiful award winning beaches to the magnificent views in the Northumberland hill country.
There is also more places to visit, such as:
- Bamburgh Castle
- Alnwick Castle
- the Village of Bamburgh
- Cragside House and Gardens
- explore the island of Lindisfarne
- The Bunker
- The Grace Darling Museum
Trips to Farne Islands, walking
Based on 2 review(s)
Scotland 09 May 2013
Just returned from a bank holiday weekend and had a great time. Received a warm welcome by the warden who was helpful and personally took us to our pitch to help with the caravan. The toilet block and showers have been rebuilt and are modern, clean and warm. All pitches are now hard standing and electric hook up/water. The added bonus of a skate park for older children is great and there is a play park. The shop is ok not the biggest I've seen on campsites but Bamburgh is only one mile away. There is also an excellent garage and restaurant/bar at the top of the main A1 road which we enjoyed a very reasonably priced Sunday roast.
scotland 01 Aug 2011
First impressions of site are good - well maintained grounds. But when you get to the facilities for tourers they are shocking. There are two showers that you can hardly turn around in let alone take you and your children into. The lights dont come on till its dark so as soon as you shut the door your in darkness. The toilet area is stuck in a time warp which is fine if they were kept clean but they arent.
All in all i would not recommend this site.
Property manager response (13 Jan 2020)
The touring facilities and toilets have all been updated in the last couple of years and are a much needed improvement. Thank you