Foulden Hagg

Foulden, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scottish Borders, TD15 1UH

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Our CL is set on a working arable farm just 4 miles from the A1 and 5 miles from the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

The site is a free draining lawned field, with a large area for each pitch all with electric hook-up, plenty of space for cars and awnings, its peaceful location is ideal for either holiday or short stays and easy access to the A1 makes it an ideal stop off when travelling North or South

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Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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1 acres

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Postcode:
TD15 1UH
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GPS:
Lat 55.7956 / Lon -2.116162
OS field ref:
NT920568
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Recent Stay

Foulden Hagg
We arrived in the site and it was well set out with named good sized pitches. They were well spaced with access to water and EHU for each pitch. The site is well maintained. Whilst it does not bother us that much there were 7 units on the site We did not meet the site owner and when we left I went to pay. Unfortunately I disturbed the lady in the bungalow next door to the site as I had not used the waste disposal facility where the directions to the site owners house were pinned to the door. The advertised price of £12 is incorrect and we were charged £15

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Motorhomer

Reviewed on 10/07/2021 20:30

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A great stay

Foulden Hagg
This is a great location, we stayed a week and the owner was really helpful, especially when our gas ran out! It is important to bear in mind however the actual CL is not the site in the picture, as has been noted in another review. So at times there were seven and more units in the field, which was not a problem as there is plenty of space, but anyone unhappy with more than five should make it clear when booking they want the actual CL and not the general site. We had a great view to the Cheviot hills from the van, and the general area is lovely. The Northumbria coast and 'big three' castles are easily accessible. The owner puts little signs up directing you to the pitch, but if you prefer another this is not a problem. There are several drinking water taps, although I was not keen on the waste disposal 'shed' as it felt claustrophobic to me, and the actual drain is waist-high. That is just me personally of course. We would certainly return here, which tells you everything really.

Aggie Pirate

Caravanner

Reviewed on 24/06/2021 22:21

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Foulden Hagg
We spent a few weeks at foulden hagg and had a wonderful stay.The owners where very helpful and friendly nothing was to much trouble,the site is well kept lovely and clean.So much to see and do in the area with wonderful beaches,very highly recommended we will return.

David and Susan

Reviewed on 11/09/2020 17:20

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Foulden Hagg
We spent a few days here earlier this month and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. It was a very peaceful site and had a large field next to the site for dog walking. The owner was very friendly. It is a short drive to Berwick and there are numerous places of interest nearby.

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Motorhomer

Reviewed on 17/08/2020 20:52

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Foulden Hagg
This may seem strange but I’m not sure if I’m reviewing this CL or not! Bear with me as I will explain at the end of the review. We booked this CL at very short notice and were lucky enough to get a pitch for the seven nights requested. Upon arrival we were directed to our pitch which was nice and large with ample room for a caravan, awning and car. Ample hook up and water points are within easy reach and fire extinguishers are placed at regular intervals. The pitches are slightly sloping and lawned with grass cuttings collected which makes for an enjoyable pitch. As for the views they are exceptional giving a panoramic view across the Cheviot Hills and beyond. The only negative is the lack of a rinse hose at the chemical disposal point which makes for awkward bog cleaning. The area has many places of interest to visit but by far the highlight of our trip was the magnificent coastline especially between Berwick & St Abbs. St Abbs itself is a must see and I can also recommend Burnmouth & Coldingham Bay. Now for the twist in the review which I mentioned at the beginning. When we were due to pay we asked John if he required our CC number on the back of the cheque, to which he replied no as we had not stopped on the CL but on his own private site! We were a bit surprised as we thought we were staying on the CL but he informed us that the CL was in a different field. As we left the farmhouse we did notice a second CL sign on a different gate! To add to the confusion the photographs of the CL on the CC site were where we were pitched which apparently isn’t the CL. Confused? Yes so are we! But to be fair we enjoyed our stay, we had a very warm welcome and John was very polite

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