East Cawledge Park

Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2HB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

East Cawledge is a secluded CL site, all with hardstanding and 10 Amp electricity
Ideal for walkers - public routeways from site - Dogs welcome.
Within walking distance of Alnwick town centre including pubs, restaurants, Alnwick Castle and Gardens. Lots of local attractions such as Holy Island, Farne Island and Bambugh Castle.
We are only half a mile from the A1 giving easy access to Scotland/England.
We also have a Farmhouse style Band B with 3 letting rooms.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
NE66 2HB
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Lat 55.400195 / Lon -1.682521
OS field ref:
NU202118
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Newcastle (40 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Alnmouth
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Excellent CL

We stayed on this site in September with our motorhome and two dogs. It is exceptionally well located being so close to the A1 and the beautiful town of Alnwick. We had a little trouble finding out where to pitch but the lady owner was very friendly and helpful when she appeared. The pitches are all level hard standing with grass. It is basically a quiet site although traffic sound is evident it isn't a problem. The area round about is good for safe dog walking. We did try the Hogs Head for a meal but wasn't impressed but the Fish & Chips Shop in Alnwick is excellent and not to be missed. Alnwick has parking bays for motorhomes. We would highly recommend this site.
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Motorhomer - great site for visiting Alnwick

Quiet site with friendly owners and great facilities. Easy walk, little over a mile into Alnwick and big Sainsbury's only about 10mins away. Would return. Thank you

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Relaxing stay

We have just returned home after a 4 night stay , feeling relaxed , met the owner on arrival she was very pleasant and easy to talk to . No complaints, looking forward to our next visit but no room at the inn for at least the next 2 months but that goes for most sites due to Covic 19 .
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Just back from a lovely weekend and have no faults about the site. When I made the booking the owner was lovely and said to pitch where I wanted and to either pay that day or the next. Site easy to find. All pitches are hard standing and wide. When I payed the owner gave me some ideas of where to go for lunch. Sainsbury is a 10 minute walk from the site. Alnwick a 30 minute walk and there is a McDonald’s 5 minutes walk from the site. There is also a lovely hotel the hogs head and had a lovely meal there and not to expensive.Lots of places to walk the dog. Will definitely return and would recommend

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Good but not excellent

First impressions were that it was a bit small but it turned out to be ok. We were in the far corner in which the grass remained soggy despite some lovely weather, I think because the site slopes that way and is in shade. Hard standing appears to made of ore rocks that could do with being crushed and compacted to give a better base. Excellent for dogs with a superb woodland walk right outside. This leads to many other interconnecting routes. It was amazing to see the owner taking his numerous dogs out for daily walks without any leads at all. There was a strong wi-fi signal visible but was secured so I think it may have been for the B&B which if it was it would be a boon if it was accessible to caravaners, even for a small additional charge. The peace was only slightly spoiled by the noise from the industrial estate across the small valley, a minor issue. The toilet disposal point is no worse that those at bigger sites as long as you get your outlet pipe in the hole you see less than you would normally! Suggestion for the owner is to install an actual toilet assembly with a flush in the location of the disposal point like I had seen on another site. The beach to the south of Alnmouth is the best we have encountered, even better that Cornwall. Superb. Head south out of Alnmouth and on the left you see some sand dunes. After about a mile look for a small wooden public bridleway sign on the left, directing you down a very unmade track to Buston Links which had my 4X4 bouncing around; at the end is free parking and even on the Bank Holiday Monday when we first went it had hardly any cars there, and even less after the BH. Not the owners fault but some people need to be a bit more tolerant of socialising as we don't all go to bed at 10pm when on holiday. You also meet some very nice people in such closer knit sites, see you soon Vicky and Phil. Overall we would certainly recommend this site.
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