Springhill Farm Holiday Accommodation, set in one of the most picturesque locations in Northumberland, is a short distance from the town centre and coastline of Seahouses, one of the most popular tourist towns in the stunning area.
Springhill Farm is a four-star rated family park, with pets allowed along for the holiday experience, too! The park is open all year for those looking to stay in the on-site camping pods, called ‘wigwams,’ or in the ‘Bunkhouse’ and from Easter to October for travellers with caravans and tents.
Holidaymakers have the choice of a serviced pitch with electricity hook ups or going without if they choose to, and toilets and shower facilities are available on the site.
The wigwams at Springhill Farm are simply brilliant, with full electric supply and central heating, as well as a fully equipped kitchen, outdoor garden area with their own private picnic table.
If you want something other than the camping experience, the Bunkhouse offers a range of quaint rooms, as well as a terrace and barbecue area, in addition to a communal seating area with television, DVD player, and other amenities.
Springhill Farm is one of the best holiday parks in Northumberland, with loads of open space and a children’s play area to keep the younger members of your party occupied.
Outside of the park, which also has a well-stocked shop, you will find a whole range of tourist attractions on the doorstep. A short drive up the coast will take you to the town of Bamburgh, which has a castle, golf club, and a great beach. A little further up the north coast will bring you to the Lindisfarne – Holy Island – crossing. Elsewhere, Northumberland National Park and the Scottish Borders are within easy reach, allowing you take in some of the most stunning landscape you could ever wish to see.
Arguably Northumberland’s most scenic site.
With great views across rolling countryside towards the sea and Farne Islands and with Bamburgh Castle to the north and the Cheviot Hills to the west, Springhill’s 50-pitch camping/caravan site and wigwams are in a prime location. Just over half a mile from some of the UK’s most breath taking beaches, the site is close enough to the village of Seahouses (one mile) to be within easy reach of shops, bars and restaurants. Bamburgh, with its stunning castle and quaint shops is just over three miles away.
CARAVAN & CAMPING SITE
Touring caravan, mobile home and camping pitches are well spaced apart in a large, grassed area with hard standing and electric options. Apart from location our site has all the facilities and extras you need to enjoy a first-rate and comfortable camping and caravan experience.
Caravan & Camping facilities:
50 pitches with grass and hard standing options, hard standing & grass pitches with or without electricity, motor homes welcome, female shower and toilet facilities, male toilet and shower facilities, family bathroom and baby changing area, disabled toilet bathroom, washing up area, microwave, ironing board and freezer, well-stocked information area, 24-hour emergency contacts, peak season reception area selling basic provisions, fire pits available for use, elevated BBQ allowed, wifi, children’s play area and picnic area, large grassed area for ball games, laundry with washing machines and tumble driers, dogs welcome (max 2 per unit).
Each wigwam sleep up to five are fully insulated with electric heating meaning wigwams stay cosy all year round. Inside, there are platform beds with mattresses, table, lights, small fridge and kettle, free wifi. All wigwam guests have access to a communal kitchen and sitting area with internet access.
Sleep 5 per Wigwam, lighting, electric sockets & heating in each wigwam, fridge and kettle in each wigwam, fully equipped communal kitchen, communal dining / sitting area with freeveiw television / DVD player, outdoor grassed area with a private picnic table, no bedding or towels supplied you must bring your own, laundry facilities, male toilet and shower facilities, female toilet and shower facilities, disabled toilet and shower room in the main toilet block, family toilet / bath and shower facilities with baby changing area in the main toilet block, information area, 24 hour emergency contacts, peak season reception area selling bread / milk and eggs, fire pits , BBQ's, children’s play area and picnic area, adjacent car parking, large grassed area for ball games, all electricity, heating , toilet and shower facilities are included in the cost, drying room, secure bike storage, dogs welcome (max 2 per wigwam). For more details have a look at our website
Smoking is not permitted.
Tourist Board approved
Springhill Farm Lookout Bunkhouse
For those looking for great value accommodation, which is a step up from camping, Springhill’s new Bunkhouse is the ideal solution. With its stunning views towards the Farne Islands and Cheviot Hills the Bunkhouse is perfect for groups, families or independent travelers looking for value for money yet comfortable accommodation without a compromise on quality. Just over half a mile from some of the UK’s most breath taking beaches, the site is close enough to the village of Seahouses (one mile) to be within easy reach of shops, bars and restaurants. Bamburgh, with its stunning castle and quaint shops is just over three miles away.
Sleeps up to 32, eight rooms each with two singles and one bunk bed, en suite shower facilities in each room, no bedding or towels supplied you must bring your own, elevated terrace and BBQ area with seating, large communal sitting room with communal dining area, freeview television and DVD player, iPod docking station, wireless internet, electric heating, fully equipped kitchen, secure bike storage, drying room, laundry area, sleeping bag / towel hire, car parking facilities, children’s play area and picnic area, large grassed area for ball games, well-stocked information area, 24 hour emergency contacts, peak season reception area selling bread / milk and eggs
Smoking is not permitted.
Tourist Board approved
This outstanding area gives you the opportunity to explore some of the best-known castles in England. Wake up each morning to views of Bamburgh Castle, recently voted one of Britain’s Favourite Views. There is also Alnwick Castle, the magnificent home of the Duke of Northumberland, displaying a fine collection of furniture and porcelain and have fun discovering the ruined 14th Century Lancastrian castle of Dunstanburgh. Other castles in the area include Chillingham, Eglingham, Etal, Harbottle, Lindisfarne, Norham and Warkworth.
North Northumberland has strong religious connections. For those who want to delve deeper into the religious history of our surrounding area, visiting Brinkburn Priory, a superb early Gothic church and Lindisfarne Priory on nearby Holy Island, the North’s original Cradle of Christianity, can do so.
Historic Houses & Gardens:
Open 365 days a year, the Alnwick Garden is one of the largest tourist attractions in the area, giving you the opportunity to visit one of the most splendid gardens throughout the seasons. Cragside House and Garden is something not to be missed either. This glorious Victorian house is set in its own grounds with a wonderful country park and surrounding woodland. Other houses and gardens in the area include Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens, Howick Hall Gardens, Wallington Hall and Gardens, Hulne Park Alnwick, Preston Tower.
Wildlife is one of the major attractions to the area. Directly opposite Springhill are the world-famous Farne Islands, a bird sanctuary which is home to hundreds of thousands of visiting seabirds and one of the UK’s largest grey seal colonies. Boat trips to the islands leave from Seahouses during the season (Easter – October). Watch red squirrels roaming the grounds of Alnwick’s Hulne Park or why not take a Puffin Cruise to Coquet Island off Amble, where thousands of puffins congregate during the breeding season. Inland find heather moors, rugged countryside and Sites of Special Scientific Interest with bog lands, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows.
Northumberland and the surrounding area has so much to do and see you will never be short of ideas.
For instance, why not have a family fun day at Whitehouse Farm
or Pot a Doodle Doo even spend a wet afternoon shopping at the countries renowned Metro Centre, Newcastle. For the more adventurous you could try action packed water sports such as kite surfing, kayaking or windsurfing on the well known beaches such as Beadnell Bay. The local area has been described as a “birdwatchers paradise” with the nearby Farne Islands, Coquet Island and Budle Bay being overcome with visitors each year flocking to see the ever changing range of birds throughout the months. Tides prevaying you could make the trip to the histric holy Island of Lindisfarne and explore the fortress of Lindisfarne castle, stroll along the beach to the working harbour and then onto the islands priory. For afters you could end your day at one of the local tradition watering holes such as The Ship Inn.
No matter what your interest, Northumberland has something to offer everyone.
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