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Blackadder Holiday Park

The Park is in a most picturesque setting, in a natural valley on the banks of the river Blackadder enjoying a sunny and sheltered South Westerly aspect with pleasant views towards open countryside. Wildlife abounds on the river bank and in the surrounding area. With friendly village amenities immediately on hand, a country lifestyle is only forty minutes away from Scotland’s capital City, catering specifically for discerning clients looking for peace and tranquillity, we are a Quality park with a four star grading, in an ideal location to unwind. It offers a brilliant, relaxing holiday away from loud and busy cities.

Open from:
1st March to 10th January (approx.)

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), 20 Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Washing up facilities, Bar, Restaurant

Village amenities, shops, inns, & cafes whithin 50yds of park entrance.


Accomodations:
Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Holiday homes (for rent), 120 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis

Attached to a small attractive country village nestled in the beautful Borders region of southern Scotland, Greenlaw is the ancient County town of Berwickshire. A selection of Inns are only 100 metres away providing quality meals and services at affordable prices. Regular functions including Scottish country dances are hosted as well as social evenings at the bowling club.There are various parks and recreational areas including an adventure playground and tennis court.
Steeped in history, with castles, historic houses, nature reserves, gardens and famous battlefields including Flodden right in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders, the Northumbrian coast is close to explore. The major cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle-upon-Tyne all a comfortable distance and more locally, shopping at Duns, Kelso, Berwick-upon-Tweed and Galashiels.
The Scottish Borders is steeped in history with battle sites, castles,country estates, houses and Gardens.
There is fishing on the park on the Blackadder, and the Whiteadder, Tweed and Teviot are close by. There are four golf courses within ten minutes as well as a driving range, and ample equestrian, walking and cycling oportunities in the vicinity.

- Clay Pigeon Shooting School
- Lawn Bowls


Blackadder Holiday Park (www)

Bank Street, Greenlaw
Borders, Scotland
United Kingdom
TD10 6XX
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Overall rating

4.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

5.0 stars

We absolutely loved our three day break at Blackadder. We wanted to take our in-laws on a last minute short break. We love to pitch up anywhere in our motorhome but we couldn't expect our in-laws to sleep in the motorhome so I looked for a caravan park that offered statics for hire which was no more than 90minutes away from home. Blackadder suited us perfectly and manager/owner Linda could not have been more helpful in organising the break for us. The static caravan was honestly like a home from home long gone are the days of cold, draughty static vans. This had a wonderful fitted kitchen, family shower room and even the main bedroom had a small dressing area and ensuite. All double glazed and residential insulation ensured the in laws had a warm and comfortable stay. Superb. We all loved them so much we may look at buying one. The site was very peaceful and quiet (again a bonus for us) and had the river Blackadder running through the middle-the static lounge window overlooked the river so we saw plenty of ducks and herons but alas not the otter which is occasionally spotted. Greenlaw is just a 10minute easy stroll where you'll find a butchers, a premier shop and the Blackadder Pub and Restaurant. We'll definitely be back as the site was just what we needed and very reasonably price. Thank you Linda and your team for 3 wonderful days.

LOTHIAN

3.0 stars

A well kept site with a river running through , only downside is that the touring pitches are somewhat surrounded by static caravans and makes it not feel as private as other sites. The touring facilities are very good and the site staff are helpful. The village of Greenlaw does not have much in the way of either shops or eating establishments and both hotels are rather tired in appearance and unappealing . The small off-licence / grocers is very well stocked and run by the most helpful and friendly people. In summary, a decent enough site but not for a longer stay as somewhat limited in things to do and see. Greenlaw Riverside Caravan Park, Borders, Scotland