Holidays in Northumberland

Holidays in Northumberland

Northumberland caravan holidays and holiday parks

Welcome to England’s northernmost county, occupying an area brimming with history. Northumberland holidays have peace and quiet at their heart, with the county also being the country’s most sparsely populated. It’s won awards for its credentials, being voted the best UK county to visit at the 2018 British Travel Awards. Guests head on a Northumberland caravan holiday as a base for adventure and exploration. You’ll find serene stretches of coastline all to yourself, tying in with some of the most unspoilt countryside you’ve ever seen.

Our two Northumberland holiday parks welcome guests with open arms. Berwick sits by the sea on the English-Scottish border and Haggerston Castle is home to the remnants of the structure itself. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Northumberland.

Haggerston Castle self catering holidays

Get close to the spectacular views and walks of the Northumberland coast, in a wooded wonderland.

  • Tower Bar

  • Bamburgh Castle & Beach nearby

Berwick self catering holidays

Wonder at the amazing clifftop views of the coast, take your pick of castles to explore and walk the wild coastline at Berwick holiday park.

  • Pools

  • Nearby beaches

Frequently asked questions

The northernmost county in England, Northumberland borders Scotland to the north, marked by the remnants of Hadrian’s Wall which remains a huge tourist attraction today. 

Northumberland has the largest number of protected night sky areas in the whole of Europe, making it a magnificent place to holiday and see the stars shining gloriously. 

The county was previously known as Northumbria and in this time in was the largest independent kingdom in what is now Britain. The glory days were in the post-Roman period around 700 AD.

With windswept seas marrying with an untouched wild coast, Northumberland’s rural nature really does separate it from most other places in England. Beauty spots are often left for you and the family to enjoy in peace, giving the relatively small population of Northumbrians. 

The area’s strategic importance is visible in the form of castles that dot the coastal landscape, from Alnwick to Lindisfarne. Hadrian’s Wall is the icing on the cake of this history-lovers paradise. 

Being relatively far away from any of the UK’s biggest cities also gives Northumberland a unique regional identity that adds something extra to any time away from home here.

There’s no shortage of scenery on a Haven break in Northumberland, with our two holiday parks occupying some of the most spectacular places along the county’s coast. Haggerston Castle Holiday Park is built around the remnants of the castle itself and overlooks the enchanting Holy Island a mile or so off the shore. A 15-minute drive takes you to Berwick-upon-Tweed, England’s most northerly town. Between here and Hadrian’s Wall is our Berwick Holiday Park, another place where memories that last a lifetime are made.

See the best experiences on our round-up of things to do in Northumberland. Here are some of our other favourite ideas: 

Places to visit in Northumberland 

Best beaches in Northumberland

29 May 2023: The Northumberland County Show @ Bywell Castle, Stocksfield 

July 21 – July 24 2023: The Starfish Festival @ Druridge Bay Country Park, Morpeth 

Early September 2023: Lindisfarne Festival @ Lindisfarne (Holy Island)