Visit Cumbria on your caravan holidays and stay at Seacote Caravan Park, an excellent four-star family holiday park found just outside the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the England and Scotland border.
The park is open from March 1st until November 15th every year. Although the site is closed in the winter, permanent holiday home owners can visit the park and use their accommodation during the day at this time of year, but are not permitted to stay overnight.
In addition to having a large number of permanently owned caravans on the site, Seacote Caravan Park also welcomes touring caravan guests. All of the touring pitches found at the site are gravel hardstandings with spacious grass surrounds, while all pitches benefit from electric hook-ups.
Additional facilities at Seacote Caravan Park include toilet and shower blocks, as well as a chemical waste disposal point and a laundrette. All of these are located in the centre of the park meaning they are easy to access and just a short walk from every pitch. A grassy play area is provided for children to enjoy, although ball games are not allowed on the site.
Being in such a wonderful and unspoiled area, the park is the perfect location for guests that love the great outdoors and are looking to explore the north west of England and the lovely Scottish Borders region.
The port town of Silloth is about a five-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from Seacote Caravan Park. Here you'll find a few small supermarkets, plus a number of bars, pubs and restaurants, so if you're staying at this park you've not far to go if you want to top up your everyday essentials or if you'd like not to cook or do the washing up. On Sunday there is a lively market held in town, popular among locals and holidaymakers. There is an amusement arcade too, as well as two golf courses, the Silloth on Solway Golf Club and the Blitterlees Bank Golf Links, great if you want to enjoy a round of golf. The town's tourist information centre will help you plan your days out in the area.
Wildlife lovers and bird watchers enjoy spending time here, with the Solway Marshes usually proving the location of choice, especially for those looking to spot migratory birds and seabirds. You might also want to head to the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Discovery Centre to learn more about this area, the species found here and the family walks criss-crossing the area.
If you're spending your caravan holidays at Seacote Caravan Park, Carlisle is just a 45-minute drive away. Here you can tour the cathedral and the castle, enjoy shopping and eating out, or perhaps have a day at the races.
Or maybe you'd like to visit the Lake District to the south. Keswick, a market town in the Lake District, is less than an hour's drive from this caravan park. This is a beautiful area, whether you see it from your car, or you go walking, cycling, climbing, sailing, mountain biking or horse riding.
Indeed, you could also visit Scotland. About an 80-minute drive from this site is Dumfries, while Gretna Green, famously just over the border, is about a 50-minute drive away.
The Gincase Farm Park
Lake District Coast Aquarium
West coast Karting
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