Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site

  • 18/03/2016 to 03/01/2017
  • Open to Members & Non-members
  • Earliest arrival time 13:00

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  • 4 out of 5
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  • Billendean Rd,Spittal,Berwick-Upon-Tweed,Northumberland,TD15 1QU
  • 01289 305198

Pitches (what are these?)

  • Total pitches 99
  • Hardstanding 84
  • Seasonal 5
  • Tent 1
  • Max length = 9 metres

Our northernmost site in England, a stay at Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site combines the spectacular scenery of Northumberland with visits across the border to Scotland. You can enjoy stunning views of the sea and busy town of Berwick from this hillside site, which also overlooks the river estuary. The caravan park is only a 30-minute walk into Berwick, with its Elizabethan ramparts, shops and diverse places of interest.

Driving along the quiet roads around Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site, you will discover mile after mile of unspoilt and safe beaches, small castles, Peel towers and inspiring locations such as Holy and Farne islands. The caravan site is great for children too, with the clean golden sands and seaside resort of Spittal very nearby offering safe bathing and play facilities. The nearby Ford and Etal estate has a functioning steam train, many craft workshops and castle nurseries, adding up to a great day out for all the family. The nearby Goswick Golf Club is highly rated as one of the best links courses in the north of England.

The proximity of the A1 road also makes this site convenient for exploring north east England or south east Scotland.

Tent camping

Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site welcomes tent campers and has tent pitches available to both members and non-members. Pitches can be booked online or by phone - To do this and to find out further tent camping information, take a look at the Berwick Seaview tent camping page...


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01 Oct 16 - 20 Oct 16 Adult: £5.60 Child (5-17):£1.90 Pitch: £6.50
21 Oct 16 - 29 Oct 16 Adult: £6.80 Child (5-17):£1.90 Pitch: £7.70
30 Oct 16 - 06 Nov 16 Adult: £5.60 Child (5-17):£1.90 Pitch: £6.50
07 Nov 16 - 21 Dec 16 Adult: £5.60 Child (5-17):£1.00 Pitch: £6.50
22 Dec 16 - 03 Jan 17 Adult: £7.70 Child (5-17):£2.70 Pitch: £9.90


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  • Parent, baby and toddler washroom facilities
  • Facilities for wheelchair and walking disabled
  • Dog walk on site or nearby
  • Beach/coast within 5 miles
  • Significant historical or cultural interest nearby
  • Motorhome waste disposal
  • Laundry facilities
  • Tent campers welcome
  • Toilet block
  • Part hard standings
  • Within 5 Miles of National Cycle Network
  • Fishing within 5 miles
  • Golf within 5 miles
  • Watersports within 5 miles
  • Wi-Fi internet access

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Berwick in the autumn (who could ask for more)

5 out of 5

Arrived on the 16th Sept for eight nights, found the location to be excellent and the staff both helpful and friendly. we had one of the perfect pitches (No77) which give us glorious views of the harbour and surrounding sites, all of which allowed us to unwind and relax like you should whilst caravanning! The trains passed often in the weekdays less so on the weekend we found them enjoyable, we would guess both direction and train length from the noise which we sometimes could confirm by looking over at the Rail aqueduct seeing the trains going into Berwick. We would recommend this site to all, however children may not agree. we are looking forward to coming back soon. Thanks for the lovely welcome.

A Great Town and a Great Touring centre for Northumbria

5 out of 5

The route to this rather special site from A1 is straightforward. The site rises fairly steeply from Billendean road, and is contoured into several terraces. We stayed for 7 nights in September 2016, on a site at the top level in the northenmost cul de sac. Here the access drive is relatively narrow, the pitches not deep, and there's not a great deal of wiggle room. Views from many pitches, over the Tweed estuary and the North Sea, are magnificent. A gate pass is needed for vehicular access and also for exit. A bus stop outside the site is served by bus B6 which takes you to central Berwick. The helpful wardens will give you a bus timetable. Asda and Tesco supermarkets are not too far away. Although "Site Full" notices were up, the very good amenity block coped without a problem. Behind our pitch ran the east coast main railway, but we didn't find the rush of passing trains unduly noisy or intrusive. Berwick itself is mighty interesting, with its special walls walk. The site is superbly placed for virtually all the outstanding attractions of Northumbria, and in addition there are some great unspoilt sandy beaches nearby. Futhermore, the scenic east coast of Scotland is just a few miles away. We had a great week and would love to return someday.

Trains? what trains?

5 out of 5

If anyone says they don't hear the trains they are either deaf or dead. The site and wardens are excellent some pitches have a beautiful view others look at trees. 5.38 was the first train in the morning and a further 8 trains till 09.00. The albion pub is very dog friendly and serves a lovely pint. 2 nights was long enough for me
Navigateur commented 27/09/2016

Some of us like trains and would not be in the least troubled by them passing. However, dogs are another matter!

Things to do nearby


  • Public transportPublic transport is available at the site entrance.

  • WalkingA walk into Berwick centre takes approx 30mins. There are also walks along the coastline to Holy Island, the Lowry trail is close by and takes you all around different areas of Berwick where Lowry spent a lot of his time.

  • CyclingThe nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 1, Tynemouth to Berwick (Coast and Castle Cycle Route).

    Our cycling route maps have been developed with the help of Sustrans as a great way to help you explore the local area on two wheels. They include a detailed map, step-by-step directions and useful route information. Pick one up for free from Reception on site or download below.

    Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site cycling route map

  • Nearby Sustrans cycle routes

Local amenities

  • Town (Berwick-Upon-Tweed)

  • Supermarket (The closest is the Co-op a mile away, near the Swimming Pool in Tweedmouth.)

  • Places of worship (There are C of E and United Reformed churches in Spittal.)

Attractions and events

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  • Attraction
  • Member offer
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed Tourist Information Centre

    Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland

    Distance: 0.8 miles
    Member offer

    From the top of the Elizabethan Town Walls you can take in the spectacular views over the River Tweed including Stephenson's famous viaduct bridge, hailed as one of the finest in the world.

  • Berwick-upon-Tweed Museum and Art Gallery

    Berwick-upon-tweed, Northumberland

    Distance: 0.9 miles
    Member offer

    The museum is housed in the historic Berwick Barracks and contains collections of fine and decorative art and local history displayed in innovative ways.

  • Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks & Main Guard

    Berwick-upon-tweed, Northumberland

    Distance: 0.9 miles
    Member offer

    Among the first purpose-built barracks in England, Berwick Barracks now host several attractions.

  • Pot a Doodle Do

    Scremerston, Northumberland

    Distance: 1.7 miles
    Member offer

    A creative experience with a range of crafts - something for all ages. A guiding hand for those who need it. A cafe and restaurant with home baking and a country shop.

  • Pot a Doodle Do

    Scremerston, Northumberland

    Distance: 1.8 miles
    Member offer

    A creative experience with a range of crafts - something for all ages. A guiding hand for those who need it. A cafe and restaurant with home baking and a country shop.

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  • Earliest arrival time: 13:00
  • Postcode: TD15 1QU
  • GPS co-ordinates: Lat: 55.75895 Lon: -1.99878
  • OS ref: 75 : NU003517
  • Sites directory map number: H14
  • Plan a route to this site


    From North on A1: to avoid town centre, on approaching Berwick at Morrisons roundabout continue on A1 Berwick Bypass. In about 4.5 miles at the roundabout turn left onto the A1167 (signposted Scremerston, Tweedmouth, Spittall). In 1.5 miles at roundabout turn right into Billendean Terrace (signpposted Spittal). Site on right in 0.5 mile (0.25 mile past railway bridge). Caution: speed ramps on Billendean Terrace. Some noise can be expected from adjacent railway line.

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