Easington Farm Caravan Site is set within a working mixed organic farm. The site comprises a grass paddock with hard surfaced roadways and spacious hardstanding pitches. The site enjoys exceptional views out over the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and its castle.

Open all year round

Caravan and Motorhome Club members only

Certificated Location (CL)

 

Price: £16.00 per night​

Payment methods: cash, bank transfer or cheque​

Dogs are also Welcome

CARAVAN & MOTORHOME STORAGE AVAILABLE

Size of site: 5 touring pitches on 1 acre​

Type of pitch: hardstanding, enhanced EHU with drinking water, electric hook up​

 

 

Earliest arrival time: 1 PM​

Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM​

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM​

Amenities:

 Cable TV
 Tea coffee facilities
 Shower
 Kingsize Bed
 Towels provided for use in the hut (please bring your own beach towels)
 All bed linen, handwash, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, toilet paper, kitchen roll, washing up liquid
 Hair Dryer
 Laptop-friendly workspace
 Fire extinguisher
 Carbon monoxide / Smoke detector
 First aid kit
  • Excellent mobile phone signal
  • 4G all major networks
  • Lawned site​
  • Distance to nearest beach: 2 miles ​
  • Golf within 1.5 miles ​
  • Pub within 1.5 mile​
  • Shop within 1.5 mile​
  • Town/village within 1.5 mile​
Each pitch extends to 10m x 10m in total comprising 10m x 4m hardstanding with an additional 3m of grass either side. Each pitch has its own dedicated water and electrical hook-up points. Home grown organic eggs are usually available on-site too.
The location is an ideal base providing easy access to explore the Northumbrian Coast and Countryside direct from your door with direct access onto to the Northumberland Coastal Route which passes the site and makes a good walking or cycle route to local attractions including several listed below.​
The Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way footpath actually pass through the farm within short walking distance of the site. The A1 Trunk Road is also within 1 mile giving excellent access to the greater area. Other local attractions are close at hand including Budle Bay (1 mile), Bamburgh Castle & Beach (4 miles), Seahouses (7.5 miles) St Cuthbert’s Cave (6 miles walking, 8 miles driving), and the Sandstone Way cycle route (5 miles). Other very popular destinations include the Holy Island of Lindisfarne (8 miles), Chillingham Castle and Wild Cattle (10 miles), Northumberland National Park (11 miles) and Alnwick Castle and Gardens (17 miles), all within 20 minute drive.​
There is a Co-op / Post Office shop in Belford (1.5 miles) which is very well equipped as well as several pubs and a fish and chip shop. There is also a Co-op in Seahouses together with fresh fish sellers. For other shopping and leisure needs Berwick upon Tweed (15 miles) and Alnwick (17 miles) are very good, both can be reached directly via the A1 Trunk Road. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in proximity.​
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For the walkers:

St Cuthbert’s Way, St Oswald’s Way and the Northumbrian Coastal Path can all be joined at their various stages near to the village of Belford. Further inland, the Cheviot Hill range provide excellent walks and viewpoints from where you can enjoy 360 degree views of the picturesque landscape.

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For the cyclists:

The 120 mile Sandstone Way cycle route is a fabulous way to see more of the area. There are also numerous country lanes and bridleways to explore.

Shopping

Shopping:

The hut is situated approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Belford where you can pick up your every day essentials from from the well equipped village Co op/Post Office. Alternatively a more extensive range of amenities, including large supermarkets, can be found in Berwick-upon-Tweed or Alnwick, both only a 20 minute drive away.

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City visits:

The city of Edinburgh is easily accessible by being only 45 minutes away by train from Berwick Railway station. Newcastle can be accessed by car within one hour.

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Getting around:

A car is advised due to the rural location. There is parking space for 1 car adjacent on the pitch. If you require space for an additional car please let us know and we will endeavour to accommodate you.  The site provides direct access on to the Coastal driving route between Alnmouth and Lindisfarne and various places between.

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Eating out:

From coffee shops to fish & chip take aways, to pub lunches, fine restaurants and everything in between, there are so many places to choose from in the various towns and villages near by so there is always something for everyone!

 

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Freerange Organic Eggs on site.
Easington Farm Caravan Site is set within a working mixed organic farm. The site comprises a grass paddock with hard surfaced roadways and spacious hardstanding pitches. The site enjoys exceptional views out over the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and its castle. Each pitch extends to 10m x 10m in total comprising 10m x 4m hardstanding with an additional 3m of grass either side. Each pitch has its own dedicated water and electrical hook-up points. Home grown organic eggs are usually available on-site too.
The location is an ideal base providing easy access to explore the Northumbrian Coast and Countryside direct from your door with direct access onto to the Northumberland Coastal Route which passes the site and makes a good walking or cycle route to local attractions including several listed below.​
The Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way footpath actually pass through the farm within short walking distance of the site. The A1 Trunk Road is also within 1 mile giving excellent access to the greater area. Other local attractions are close at hand including Budle Bay (1 mile), Bamburgh Castle & Beach (4 miles), Seahouses (7.5 miles) St Cuthbert’s Cave (6 miles walking, 8 miles driving), and the Sandstone Way cycle route (5 miles). Other very popular destinations include the Holy Island of Lindisfarne (8 miles), Chillingham Castle and Wild Cattle (10 miles), Northumberland National Park (11 miles) and Alnwick Castle and Gardens (17 miles), all within 20 minute drive.​
There is a Co-op / Post Office shop in Belford (1.5 miles) which is very well equipped as well as several pubs and a fish and chip shop. There is also a Co-op in Seahouses together with fresh fish sellers. For other shopping and leisure needs Berwick upon Tweed (15 miles) and Alnwick (17 miles) are very good, both can be reached directly via the A1 Trunk Road. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in proximity.​
Open all year round ​
Certificated Location owned by a Caravan Club member​
Price: £16.00 per night​
Payment methods: cash or cheque​
Size of site: 5 touring pitches on 1 acre​
Type of pitch: hardstanding, enhanced EHU with drinking water, electric hook up available ​
Earliest arrival time: 1 PM​
Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM​
Latest departure time: 12:00 PM​
Minimum stay 2 nights (applies weekends)​
Electric amperage: 16​
Lawned site​
Distance to nearest beach: 2 miles ​
Golf within 5 miles ​
Pub within 1 mile​
Shop within 1 mile​
Town/village within 1 mile​