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Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site

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, and one of our top caravan sites in Northumberland, a stay at Berwick Seaview Club Site combines the spectacular scenery of the esteemed county 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.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

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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Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site
this is our 2nd visit to Berwick sea view and we were not disappointed to return the Staff we so friendly and when they found out my wife had a disability the provided us with a pitch very close to the facilities block so she didn't have far to walk , they even came and checked in on us to ensure we were ok and settled in, its the little touches like this that make a massive difference to people and this certainly made a difference to us, and we were very grateful for it. the site its self was spotless and the facilities very good and it is ideal for buses from just outside and its a nice little walk into Spittal or Berwick and if your beach loves the beach is only a 10 minute easy walk away. Thank you again to all the staff

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Great sea views

Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site
Stayed here for 2 nights in early September 2021 on our Motorhome. This is a lovely site with most pitches having a sea view. It's about a mile walk into Berwick upon Tweed along a quiet riverside/estuary road and over a pretty bridge. The near by village of Spittal has an excellent beach for dog walks (approx 1/2 mile to get onto the beach). There are plenty of walks nearby, and 1/2 a mile a way there is a small retail park with an M&S FoodHall and usefully for us an Argos (as our toaster broke). The site staff were very friendly and helpful, and the facilities were well kept.

GaryCoedfryn

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Reviewed on 14/09/2021 12:55

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Relaxing stay on a lovely site

Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site
A delightful site which we thoroughly enjoyed. Staff couldn’t have been more friendly. The grass is immaculate, cut daily; showers clean, hot and draft free at all times of day; bins are emptied regularly. There is a train line at the back of the site but it didn’t bother us. Being close to the beach was a big positive as we were able to walk from the site to the beach quite easily and there within 10 minutes. Downhill on the way and uphill on the way back which may be a struggle for some. There is a bus stop nearby but the town is walkable although we didn’t actually walk it. Enjoyed exploring the area including St. Abbs, Eyemouth, Holy Island, Barmouth and Kelso among others. Would not hesitate to return.

Iambus

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Reviewed on 10/09/2021 20:55

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1st visit to Berwick - you will not be disappointed

Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site
First time visitor to Berwick and we hade a great 4 nights stay here. site is located on a hill overlooking the sea with lovely views, site was rather compact but had a great pitch one down from the railway wall, which you hardly notice as the trains are super quiet. Excellent wardens who kept facilities spotless and were very helpful about the local area. Everything locally is in walking distance from the site. Take a walk into Spittal and discover the local bakery where we stopped off daily for their goodies before heading off for walks and shopping. Nice promenade in Spittal and a short walk back over the low bridge into Berwick. Ramparts are not to be missed and we found a lovely coffee shop in the visitors centre run by some nice ladies who served nice latte and cakes at really good prices. We also walked to the castle along the river and up to the gardens near the train centre, bit of a steep hill but manageable. Nice array of smaller shops and if you need to a quick train journey into Eninburgh. Supermarkets are in close proximity to the site about 10 minute walk and we had lunch in M&S a few times, a longer walk past the railway station will take you to Morrisons and you can catch the bus back into town near the site. We will return and spend a bit more time on the coastal paths next time.

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Reviewed on 02/09/2021 15:01

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Magnificent Berwick on Tweed.... The Fortress Town

Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site
Just returned from two days at this..... our favorite North East site . The unusual layout and stepped layout give many pitches a great view out over the Tweed Estuary and although some mention the East Coast main line... its quiet from 11pm ish to about 6 30 am . Trains are at low speed coming into or leaving Berwick so no bother really . The site and wardens are top class and with 100 pitches and a difficult entrance they do a great job to look after members, Nice little pub called The Albion just 200 yards away which welcomes caravaners and a great walk along the beach towards Spittal and the sea front leading onto lovely cliff walks heading south , Main reason we just love Berwick site is walking round the ( very underrated !! ) magnificent Fortress Town of Berwick. An easy 20 minute walk from site. Down to The Albion then along the river past the RNLI to the Old Bridge. Then cross the Bridge which leads on the right to the River side walk and takes you past gun placements history boards and the LS Lowry trail .Further round you get a fantastic view of the Garrison and ramparts which, in credit to Berwick Council is just preserved and free to walk round . You can feel the history in the air. The walk comes round to the High Street in town where you can shop plus pubs regular market and places to eat . Only down side is the number of closed shops in main area. Shame really when this lovely little place and should be a thriving tourist magnet ( maybe too many supermarkets built nearby) I really dont understand why Berwick upon Tweed is not a World Heritage Site ?? . We suggest you dont miss coming here to see what is clearly one of Northumberlands "jewels in the crown" . Great Camp site, great walks, history on tap ,peaceful at night . Fantastic wardens . Only problem is its difficult to find a pitch so book early !!

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Reviewed on 31/08/2021 15:17

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Site information

With our campsites busier than ever right now, we'd really appreciate your support with a few things to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable summer. Please be mindful of site arrival times (as they do vary), keep children and pets close by and within sight, and ensure you keep your speed below 5mph. Thank you!

All internal shared facility areas, including toilet and shower blocks, wash up areas, laundry rooms, drying rooms and information rooms will be fully open, however in order to continue to protect our staff, we will still be requiring social distancing, and the wearing of face coverings in our reception areas for the time being.

Remember, you only pay 5% VAT until 30 September 2021, then 12.5% VAT from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 on Club campsite prices! All you need to do is book your holiday as normal, and the discount will be applied to the appropriate rate when you pay on site.