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Haven Berwick Holiday Park Reviews

Haven Berwick Holiday Park Reviews

| On 07, Jan 2014

Berwick Caravan Holiday Park

With spectacular views north and south, over the North Sea, Berwick makes a stunning place to take your summer holiday. The region abounds with fascinating history, rugged coastlines and a wealth of quiet beaches and coves. This part of the country is perfect for those who want to get away from it all. Everywhere you look there is space and the scenery is wonderful wherever you look.

You can make your holiday at your own pace by booking one of the sites many types of caravans. There are actually seven grades of caravan to choose from ranging from the standard to the platinum. All caravans sleep either six or eight people and come with two or three bedrooms of which one is a double room. Two beds are cosy sofa beds in the lounge area. Each caravan has a well fitted kitchen and a separate loo and shower.

The standard caravans are perfect if you are planning to spend most of your holiday exploring the wild countryside in Northumberland. Cosy and functional is just what you need. If you would like a few more creature comforts and a little more space to enjoy them in then you can choose one the other caravans, perhaps the prestige or the Platinum range which are a full thirteen feet wide for a start. With a better standard of fixtures and fittings these caravans really do make a home from home for your holiday.

Facilities & Activities at Haven Berwick

It is hard to resist the attraction of the rugged scenery at Berwick including the pretty beaches /with their interesting rock pools that are a perfect way to spend a warm summer afternoon. If you are a little put off by the walk down the cliff path (it is a bit steep at times) then you can take advantage of all the facilities that Berwick has to offer.

Berwick offers indoor and outdoor pools that are both heated. To provide extra entertainment there is a water-chute on the indoor pool while the outdoor pool comes with a dancing water splash area that is sure to provide hours f fun for the children (OK – and Dad to). There is also an extensive range of water based activities which includes the free water confidence sessions and a range of activities that for a small fee includes Aqua Gliders, AquaJets, Turbo Paddlers and Water Walkerz. If the kids get tired of the pools (yeah – right!) there is also an excellent program of sports activities that includes an all-weather bowling green, a full 18 hole golf course next door to the camp where camp guests are welcomed and a series of organised sports activities including football and archery  coaching as well as Everybody Outdoors and Bungee Trampolines.

Mealtimes couldn’t be simpler with the self catering facilities in every caravan. The stores own SPAR convenience store has all the foodstuffs you need on hand which makes arranging meals especially easy. You can also chose to eat in Berwick’s own Mash and barrel bar and restaurant where they offer a tasty menu that is perfect for a quick breakfast, a simple snack or a full on three course meal in the evening. It just wouldn’t be a seaside holiday without fish and chips and Berwick has a traditional chippy where they serve only the freshest fish and during the summer season regular barbecues take place.

Beyond the Berwick camp there is the whole of North East to explore. Simply oozing with history – Hadrian’s Wall, Alnwick Castle, and Bamburgh Castle to name three, there is also a wide range of other attractions such as the Chain Bridge Honey Farm and the Farne Islands mean that everyday can be completely different to the previous one.

Why here?

  • Snowdonia National Park
  • Spectacular beaches
  • Wide range of accommodation choices
  • Good range of activities
  • Great swimming pools

Prices & Availability

Northumberland Holiday Guide

Wild and rugged is a very good way to describe the countryside in this part of England. There is a surprisingly rich selection of places to visit and things to do in Northumberland. You can find out more by clicking the any of the three links below.

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