Berwick Seaview

Billendean Road, Spittal, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1QU | Telephone: 01289 305198 | View Map

  • Hadrians Wall
    Hadrians Wall
  • Bamburgh Castle
    Bamburgh Castle
  • Sunset Seaview over Berwick
    Sunset Seaview over Berwick
  • College Valley and The Cheviot
    College Valley and The Cheviot
  • Etal Castle
    Etal Castle
  • Kite surfing action
    Kite surfing action
  • River Tweed
    River Tweed
  • St Cuthberts Cave
    St Cuthberts Cave

Open Dates:
12 March - 31 October 2021
11 March 2022 - 31 August 2022

Earliest Arrival Time: 1pm
Latest Departure Time: 12pm


  • • Wi-Fi
  • • Wash room / toilets
  • • Non-electric tent pitch

Why stay here

Overlooking the North Sea and River Tweed estuary, just shy of the Scottish border is our site at Berwick. Discover miles of grass-lined, sandy beaches and ancient landmarks across the Northumberland National Park – uncover it all in this pretty and historic region.

To book a tent pitch please call the site directly on 01289 305198.

Accommodation at Berwick Seaview

Site details

Facilities on site

  • • Wi-Fi available
  • • Wash room / toilets
  • • Dish washing area
  • • Laundry facilities
  • • Car parking
  • • Pitches are: grass, non-electric
  • • Site shop: No but there are supermarkets less than a mile away

Wi-Fi fees may apply.

To book a tent pitch please call the site directly on 01289 305198

Activities & experiences nearby

  • Cycling Cycling

    Mountain bikers love the Sandstone Way. This stunning 120 mile route starts at Berwick-upon-Tweed travels south, along the coast and then hugs the Northumberland National Park.


    Surrounding us are smaller, local routes that allow you to explore the coast and castles – some include food heritage trails.


    For the National Cycle Network, Route 1 (the Coast and Castle Cycle Route) is nearest. Alternatively, take Route 76 will take you up to Edinburgh - View Sustrans cycle map

  • Walking Walking

    Get to know the area by walking the beautiful coastal route towards Holy Island. Alternatively, there are trails you can follow in and around town such as the Treasure Trail and the Lowry Trail.


    Eight miles from us are ancient stone circles, Duddo Stones or if you want to stretch your legs and take on Northumberland National Park, Wooler is a 25 minute drive away and a great point to start from.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Fancy some thrilling, outdoor sports, such as rock climbing, canoeing and sea kayking? Contact Adventure Activities Northumberland and they can organise this for you.


    When you’ve exhausted your energy reserves, take wander down into town and pick up a treasure trail from Grieve's Stationers – not only is it a fun way to get to know Berwick-upon-Tweed, if you complete the trail you could win a cash prize.


    Berwick is also great for trying out craft classes and workshops, such as the old art of felt making for beginners or pottery painting where you can make your own plates, bowls, cups, models and mosaics.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    Choose from a cluster of cosy town pubs such as The Albion Inn, 10 minutes’ walk away, the atmospheric Barrels Ale House who often host live music or The Curfew, a micro-pub with local ale on tap.


    Enjoy views across the river at The Maltings, an airy and modern café serving anything from popcorn and local ice-cream, to marinated olives and a three-course meal – the also run live events, workshops and screen films throughout the year.


    Further afield in Etal is the charismatic Black Bull thatched pub or the Ship Inn, a stone and wood-panelled tavern on Holy Island.

  • Family days out Family days out

    When the sun is shining, a day at the beach is calling. The beach here at Spittal is sandy and family-friendly. If you want to explore, the golden coastline continues south to Cocklawburn and Bamburgh beaches.


    Bamburgh Castle stands proudly on the mainland shore and invites visitors to wander beyond its medieval walls, to discover its past through exhibits, regular events and games.


    Holy Island and the Farne Islands are only a few miles off the coast. You can get to Holy Island’s Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve and impressive castle by road when it’s not submerged by the sea – it takes minutes to cross, just keep an eye on the tidal timetable.


    Chain Bridge Honey Farm is an interesting visit. Find out why bees are so important, observe an active hive behind glass and stock up on your favourite honey products like moustache wax and runny honeycomb.

* Price for 1 adult and 1 pitch. There will be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Full terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

Billendean Road, Spittal, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1QU
Telephone: 01289 305 198 

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Berwick town centre
  • Nearest train station: Berwick upon Tweed
  • Car hire available on site: No

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