Pitch Types Available
Arguably Northumberland’s most scenic site
With great views across rolling countryside towards the sea and Farne Islands and with Bamburgh Castle to the north and the Cheviot Hills to the west, Springhill’s 50-pitch camping and caravan site is in a prime location. Just over half a mile from some of the UK’s most breath taking beaches, the site is close enough to the village of Seahouses (one mile) to be within easy reach of shops, bars and restaurants. Bamburgh, with its stunning castle and quaint shops is just over three miles away.
Touring caravan, mobile home and camping pitches are well spaced apart in a large, grassed area with hard standing and electric options. A site plan showing the site’s pitches can be viewed here.
Caravan and Camping site facilities
Apart from location our site has all the facilities and extras you need to enjoy a first-rate and comfortable camping and caravan experience.
Our facilities include:
•50 pitches with grass and hard standing options
•Hard standing pitches with electric
•Grass pitches with or without electricity
•Motor homes welcome
•Female shower and toilet facilities
•Male toilet and shower facilities
•Family toilet with bath, shower facilities and baby changing area
•Disabled toilet, bath and shower facilities
•Washing up area
•Microwave, ironing board and freezer
•Well-stocked information area
•24-hour emergency contacts
•Peak season reception area selling basic provisions
•Fire pits available for use
•Elevated BBQ allowed
•Children’s play area and picnic area
•Large, grassed area for ball games
•Laundry with washing machines and tumble driers
•A 1 ½ mile nature walk around the farm’s boundary and wildlife ponds
Camping and caravanning information
Large groups should book early to ensure your pitches are located together.
Dogs are welcome on site, however there is a maximum number of three per unit. As well as miles of walks around the local area, dogs are welcome around our nature walk that borders the park and on the surrounding beaches all year round.
Other Pets Welcome
Shop On Site
Washing Up Facilities
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Public House Or Bar Within - 1 Mile
Beach Or Coastline Within - 1 Mile
Evening Entertainment Within - 1 Mile
Fishing Available Within - 1 Mile
Golf Course Within - 1 Mile
Horse Riding Or Pony Trekking Within - 1 Mile
Internet Cafe Or Internet Access Within - 1 Mile
Restaurant Or Cafe Within - 1 Mile
Shops Or Market Within - 1 Mile
Tennis Courts Within - 1 Mile
Water Sports Within - 1 Mile
Other Facilities Nearby
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Whatever the weather or time of year there is plenty to do - right on the doorstep too
Castles: This outstanding area gives you the opportunity to explore some of the best-known castles in England. Wake up each morning to views of Bamburgh Castle, recently voted one of Britain’s Favourite Views. There is also Alnwick Castle, the magnificent home of the Duke of Northumberland, displaying a fine collection of furniture and porcelain and have fun discovering the ruined 14th Century Lancastrian castle of Dunstanburgh. Other castles in the area include Chillingham, Eglingham, Etal, Harbottle, Lindisfarne, Norham and Warkworth.
Priories: North Northumberland has strong religious connections. For those who want to delve deeper into the religious history of our surrounding area, visiting Brinkburn Priory, a superb early Gothic church and Lindisfarne Priory on nearby Holy Island, the North’s original Cradle of Christianity, can do so.
Historic Houses & Gardens: Open 365 days a year, the Alnwick Garden is one of the largest tourist attractions in the area, giving you the opportunity to visit one of the most splendid gardens throughout the seasons. Cragside House and Garden is something not to be missed either. This glorious Victorian house is set in its own grounds with a wonderful country park and surrounding woodland. Other houses and gardens in the area include Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens, Howick Hall Gardens, Wallington Hall and Gardens, Hulne Park Alnwick, Preston Tower.
Wildlife: Wildlife is one of the major attractions to the area. Directly opposite Springhill are the world-famous Farne Islands, a bird sanctuary which is home to hundreds of thousands of visiting seabirds and one of the UK’s largest grey seal colonies. Boat trips to the islands leave from Seahouses during the season (Easter – October). Watch red squirrels roaming the grounds of Alnwick’s Hulne Park or why not take a Puffin Cruise to Coquet Island off Amble, where thousands of puffins congregate during the breeding season. Inland find heather moors, rugged countryside and Sites of Special Scientific Interest with bog lands, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows.
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