Escape with the family to the delights of Riverside Rothbury. An idyllic countryside retreat, hidden in the beautiful dales of Northumberland.
Riverside Rothbury is the perfect base for your family holiday, whether you choose to stay on site and spend quality time with your loved ones.
At Riverside Rothbury we are offering our customers to be part of this exclusive ‘owners only’ park. We have 65 bases with fully developed pitches, inclusive of a private driveway, piped gas, satellite television, wireless broadband and the centre of Rothbury is only a 5 minute walk away. We also offer complimentary golf at the Rothbury Golf Club which is a great opportunity to continue your leisure pursuit or start a new venture and experience the world of golf for the first time.
All our superb Holiday Homes are of a high standard. We have a selection of new and pre-owned stock available to view.
You will meet the best service and advice from our friendly, outgoing staff which are based on the park 7 days a week to help you on your journey to finding the perfect Holiday Home on this fabulous park.
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Please note we are an 'owners only' park and we do not rent.
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Free Use Of Rothbury Golf Club
Only a short drive from Rothbury Riverside you can find the Cheviot Hills, Alnwick (including the fantastic castle and walled gardens, Wallington Hall and not forgetting the Northumberland National Park and its fascinating and captivating abundance of wildlife.
Cragside House is 'the palace of modern magician' inventor Lord Armstrong with a garden of breathtaking drama whatever the season. The area is an excellent central point for exploring the historic - and some very dramatic - castles, stately homes and the stunning Northumberland coastline that many say is its most attractive feature, especially the long, un-crowded sandy beaches. The 40 mile stretch of coast from Amble to Berwick-upon-Tweed has been officially designated as both a "Heritage Coast" and an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". For that sheer sense of open space, Northumberland is simply unrivalled in England.
Just get in the car, jump on a bike or get your walking boots on (and don't forget your camera!) for a truly magnificent day out. There are also many attractive fishing villages and little seaside resorts to visit. Hadrian's Wall and the Scottish Borders are within easy reach, and the bustling city of Newcastle, with its famous Metro Centre (the largest shopping centre of its type in Europe) is only 45 miles away.
And for other leisure, shopping and tourist attractions or just for something to do on a rainy day, there's something for everyone - the Sea Life Centre at Tynemouth, Centre for Life in Newcastle upon Tyne, the Hancock Museum, many galleries and museums and in Alnwick, Barter Books, one of the largest antiquarian bookstores in the UK.
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