Haggerston Castle Holiday Park surrounds multiple lakes

Three reasons why Haggerston Castle is the pitch-perfect place to buy a caravan

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Looking for a memorable holiday home spot? How about one that’s in the grounds of an actual castle?! There are 132 new pitches in development at Haggerston Castle, so your lakeside holiday home dream could soon become a reality. Here are three reasons why buying a caravan at Haggerston Castle could be just the ticket for you. 

These new pitches are filling quickly. If you want to secure your place, book a guided visit with our team today and experience the wonderful Haggerston Castle Holiday Park. 

1. The park experiences

The owners-only Badger Lodge is the perfect spot to relax and take in those lake views, or indulge in a spot of waterside dining (the deck here is a real sun-trap). And why not treat yourself to a massage or beauty treatment at the on-site spa salon? 

There’s a heated pool with private access times for owners, the much-loved Oodles amusement centre, and family-friendly dining at the Mash and Barrell as well as an on-site Burger King. And you know the entertainment will have you wanting to get up and dance with the whole family!

2. The surroundings

2. The surroundings

Did we mention those lakes? Take a stroll around them at your leisure, while away the hours on our boating lake, or take a woodland walk or pony trek – the choice is yours. Haggerston Castle is conveniently located for exploring the beauty of rural Northumberland, and offers easy access to Alnwick, Berwick upon Tweed and more. 

3. The things to do

3. The things to do
Holy Island's mysterious Lindisfarne Priory

If castles are your thing, you’ve come to the right place. Impressive Alnwick Castle is less than a 30-minute drive away, and its vast grounds and fun activities make for a great family day out. The nearest town to the holiday park is Berwick upon Tweed, a coastal market town with a great calendar of events, from comedy nights to opera and an annual food and beer festival. And no Northumberland visit is complete without a visit to Lindisfarne, also known as Holy Island, a tidal island steeped in local history and with lots of green areas and secluded beaches to enjoy with all of the family (including the dog). 

These new pitches are filling fast! 

Does Haggerston Castle sound like the pitch-perfect park for you? Don't miss out on your space! Book your visit with our team today