Beach Campsites in Northumberland

Gloroum Holiday Park : Bamburgh

Tel: 01668 214457        Website:

With its stunning views of Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands, it’s not surprising this area was voted runner up in the hit TV series, Britain’s Favourite View. Set in tranquil countryside, Glororum is a short walk from the picturesque village of Bamburgh. With unique World Heritage attractions including the island of Lindisfarne, wildlife reserves and protected beaches nearby, make sure you and your family have your own favourite place right here at Glororum.

Annstead Holiday Accommodation : Alnwick

Tel: +44 (0)1665 720387        Website:

Annstead Farm is a family-run 550-acre working arable and stock farm situated just yards from miles and miles of undiscovered, unspoiled sandy beaches on the spectacular Northumberland Coast, between the seaside villages of Beadnell and Seahouses.

Pot-a-doodle-do and the Wigwam Village : Scremerston

Tel: (01289) 307107         Website:

Situated near Berwick Upon Tweed on the spectacular Northumberland coast, the area encapsulates some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain. The Wigwam village is one of a kind in the region. Staying in one of the purpose built wigwams is a fun, different and comfortable alternative to traditional camping holidays for all the family.

Beachcomber Campsite : Berwick-Upon-Tweed

Tel: 01289-381217         Website:

Situated six miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, adjacent to the beach at Goswick Sands, which connects with Holy Island at low tide. There is no through traffic, the nearest neighbour being Goswick Farm,which is half a mile away. The site has a very informal atmosphere, where, apart from the serviced pitches where electric hook-up is available, campers and caravanners can find their "own spot". Even when full there is still plenty of room on site to spread out, so there is no need to feel on top of each other..

Springhill Farm : Seahouses

Tel: 01665721820        Website:

Springhill Farm is situated within miles of beautiful countryside, and is a haven to some of the most breathtaking beaches on the Northumberland Heritage Coastline. With the nearby fishing village of Seahouses providing a perfect gateway to the Fame Islands nature reserve. Bamburgh Castle can be seen from all the cottages as well as views of the Fame Islands, Cheviot Hills and open countryside. For walking and cycling enthusiasts, there are miles of coastal and hill, walk and cycle routes for you to discover. The surrounding area is steeped with history. Within a fifty mile radius you will come across countless castles, historic houses, gardens, battle fields, market towns, visitor attractions and much more.