Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site (REF : SEA)

Billendean Road, Spittal, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1QU

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Our northernmost site in England, a stay at Berwick Seaview 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 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.

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Silver

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Walking notes:

A walk into Berwick centre takes approx 30mins, where you can take the Lowry Trail, following in the fooseps of the famous artist who visited the area. There are also walks along the Northumberland Coastal Path, running 64 miles from Cresswell to Berwick taking in lanmarks such as Holy Island.

Supermarket notes:

The closest are Asda 1 mile, Tesco 1.7 miles and Morrisons 2 miles.

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Directions

Warning: Do not use Sat Nav for directions to site from A1. Do not use Cow Road as this narrow approach leads to a dead end/level crossing.

From A1 North: Ignore signs to Berwick Town Centre and at Morrisons roundabout stay on A1 - Berwick Bypass. In about 4.5 miles at roundabout turn left onto A1167 (signposted Scremerston, Tweedmouth, Spittal). Follow A1167 for 1.4 miles and at the next roundabout turn right (signposted Spittal) into Billendean Terrace. Continue 0.4 miles - site is on the right (0.25 miles past railway bridge).Caution: speed ramps on Billendean Terrace.

From A1 South: Leave A1 roundabout junction with A1167 (signposted Scremerston, Tweedmouth, Spittal). Follow A1167 for 1.4 miles and at next roundabout turn right (signposted Spittal) into Billendean Terrace. Continue 0.4 miles - site on the right (0.25 miles past railway bridge). Caution: speed ramps on Billendean Terrace.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
TD15 1QU
GPS:
Lat 55.75895 / Lon -1.99878
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OS field ref:
NU003517
OS map ref:
75
Handbook map ref:
H14

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Berwick town centre
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Berwick upon Tweed
  • Shop within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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delightful site

This was our first experience of a club site and was a long way from home, our arrival was delayed due to a breakdown, but we were welcomed when we eventually arrived, the pitch selection was a little confusing, but the site team were very helpful. The pitch was excellent, level with wonderful views out across the bay. The on site facilities, clean, well stocked, warm and good condition. The local information leaflets were very helpful, local advice was spot on and the site was a great base for further exploration, hiking and day trips to places like Cragside and Lindesfarne. The local beaches are spectacular, the walk out to the Lighthouse was interesting and we enjoyed exploring the town. There is a railway line very close - but to be honest, it was not intrusive or detracted from our visit, there was a short walk into the town, but plenty of good local shops as well as a selection of larger stores a short drive away. We will definitely make the long trip North again to visit as there is so much more to see on the general area.

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Strange location

We've stayed at many camp sites, but this was in a very strange location in the middle of an old housing estate. After saying that, many pitches had views of the sea and the wardens were helpful and friendly. The walk to the beach only took ten minutes, and whilst there were a couple of pubs within walking distance they looked as old and worn out as the housing estate. Our pitch was next to the railway line, so quite noisy. So ... jump in the car and you very quickly reach many beautiful places, including Holy Island and Lyndisfarne where you can spend a whole day exploring or sitting on the beach. You will also find many dog friendly pubs and restaurants close by - if you take the car.
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Football stopover 2019

We spent one night here in July at the end of our three week summer trip. My team was playing against Berwick Rangers on the Tuesday night and I decided to go to the game. We had pitch 13 which has a clear view over Spittal and Berwick upon Tweed. It is one of the smaller non awning pitches on the site but our motorhome fitted fine for the one night. This is our fifth visit to this site and as a bit of a train buff I like the close access to the railway and I’ve been on sites which has been noisier than this site. We’ve always had helpful wardens at this site during our previous stays here. Access to the site can be tricky if you have a large unit to manoeuvre but the view is one of the best we’ve stayed at. My only opinion of the site is the toilet block could do with being upgraded to the standard of other sites we stayed at this year. The shower cubical are small and still have those white plastic stools instead of a fixed seating area within the cubical. The Wi-fi coverage is top class and the site in general good. Berwick has many interesting places to visit with an abundance of other options not that far away.

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Euston on Tweed

We were disappointed with this site. It overlooks quite an industrial quay and the noise from the trains is regular and loud. Many of the pitches are very small and can be a fair walk from the one facilities block. Additionally the electric went off on two of our four nights, for a period of twelve hours on the second night, setting off an alarm in our van as the fridge was off for so long. The three grass pitches seemed to be a more generous size.
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A lovely site in a great location

We visited this site at the beginning of the month as part of our Northumberland tour. It's a fairly exposed site and as we have a campervan with a pop-up roof we asked for advice on a sheltered pitch. It was suggested we used pitch 22 and although it had a sea glimpse and not a sea view, it was lovely and sheltered for us. Yes, the train line runs behind the site but the trains have come and gone in a few minutes - in fact after the first day we stopped noticing them and the site was far quieter than others we've visited which are near roads. The facilities are spotless and the wardens very friendly and helpful. There are plenty of walking trails - The Lowrie Trail, Castle Walks and Castle Parks trail in the local area. This is a great site and one we would revisit if we are in this area again.

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01289 305198