A view of Dunstanburgh Castle in Northumberland.

Summer holidays in Northumberland

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    Summer holidays in Northumberland are the perfect way to unlock a hidden gem for a few days away from the hustle and bustle. Sights like Holy Island, the Farne Islands and Hadrian’s Wall glisten that little bit brighter in the warmer months, and our Berwick and Haggerston Castle holiday parks are both ideal as a base. Get your loved ones together and book your Northumberland summer holiday now.

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    Views of St Abb's Head over Pettico Bay in Northumberland.

    Summer Haven Holidays in Northumberland

    3 nights from £269
    Berwick-upon-Tweed Beach, Berwick-upon-Tweed 

    Summer Haven Hideaway Holidays in Northumberland

    3 nights from £219

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

    • Indoor and outdoor pool
    • Nearby beaches
    • Walk to Berwick
    • Family restaurant
    4 nights from £59

    The park boasts seven lakes, remnants of a castle and great facilities and activities, all close to the wild Northumberland coast.

    • Indoor pool
    • Seven lakes
    • Near Bamburgh
    • Golf course
    4 nights from £49
    Crammel Linn, Brampton
    Holy Island boat trips
    Hadrian’s Wall

    Three great things about Northumberland

    A rural landscape like no other

    As England’s least crowded area, Northumberland really is the epitome of peace and quiet, so much so that Northumberland National Park covers a huge area spanning 25% of the entire county.

    Enchanted offshore islands

    The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is accessed by a causeway that reveals itself when the tide is low, and the Farne Islands are a sanctuary to wildlife. What’s even better? Both sets of islands are a stone’s throw from our holiday parks!

    The remnants of Roman history

    Hadrian’s Wall is a physical reminder of the historic border between Roman England and Celtic Caledonia. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is reason enough to visit Northumberland with us.

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