Coquet View

Warkworth, Northumberland

5.0 stars out of 2 review

Open from
1st March to 31 January
Warkworth, Northumberland, North of England, NE65 0SW
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Last updated
17 Sep 2020
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Coquet View Park is the ideal location to relax, nestled on its own beach in the quaint stone village of Warkworth. For sheer sense of space and landscape diversity, Northumberland is like no other region in England. It provides a timeless reminder of some of this country's most important historical periods.

There is something for all age groups and plenty of tourist attractions in the surrounding area.

More about the parkHide
  • Family park
  • Pets allowed
  • Children's play area(s)
  • Designated / private parking
  • Drainage hook-ups
  • Electric hook-ups
  • Laundry
  • LPG stockist
  • Visitor parking
  • Water hook-ups
  • Wireless internet

- Tennis Court
- Access to Beach


Coquet View (www)

Beach Road, Mopeth
Northumberland, North of England
United Kingdom
NE65 0SW

Nearby attractions

  • Beach
  • Boat launch [On-site]
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Water Sports
  • Gym access

Stroll to Dunstanburgh Castle on the Northumberland Coast

Visit Alnwick Castle and its Alnwick Garden

Explore all the Northumberland Heritage Coast

Enjoy many activities, such as walking, cycling, bird-watching and golf

The Park is ideally situated as a base for your holiday home, whether it is for a week or just a couple of days. To the north you can find Newton, Beadnell, Seahouses, Bamburgh, Lindisfarne (Holy Island) and Berwick upon Tweed; inland you can visit Alnwick, Rothbury and Wooler.
Take advantage of the footpaths that lead you to Dunstanburgh Castle - a wonderful walk, hardly touching on the roadway at all. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the heughs, the bracing breeze along the shoreline or best of all, nestled up in a sand dune with a picnic basket and the one you love!! Walking further takes you to the harbour village of Craster (location for ITV's 'Distant Shores') where you can sample the famous Craster Kippers.Our particular part of Northumberland, known as the Heritage Coast or the Secret Kingdom, is renowned for its numerous castles, excellent beaches and diverse picturesque scenery.The Alnwick Castle and Alnwick Garden are a 10 minute drive away and with the cascading water features, are well worth a visit. The Treehouse is now open too!Our wonderful coastline offers endless opportunities for guests who are keen walkers. We have a small supply of maps and books that are available for use and we are happy to suggest routes. Should you happen to get wet, we can dry you out!

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5.0 stars

Great park lovely area very peaceful and quiet stunning views over the beach

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