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:
11 March 2022 - 31 August 2022

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

Facilities:

  • • 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

    Cycling is the perfect way to explore Berwick-upon-Tweed, with plenty of cycle routes from Berwick into the Borders as well as along the coast to the south.

     

    The town is central to loads of smaller, local circular cycling routes, that allow you to explore the coast, the castles and even include some food heritage trails. Check out a variety of routes through Mouth of the Tweed with details of rides from 8 to 44 miles!

     

  • Walking Walking

    The most obvious walk in Berwick is a complete circuit of the ancient town walls. Starting from Castlegate car park, it’s approximately one and a half miles long and lets you take in spectacular views of Berwick’s bridges, river and coastline.

     

    Perhaps the most famous of walking trails is the Lowry Trail, where you can follow in the footsteps if Manchester artist L.S Lowry, renowned for his matchstick-men painting, who frequently visited the town and created more than thirty pieces of artwork during his trips.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Go wildlife spotting on an exciting boat trip with Berwick Boat Trips. Not only do you get to see Berwick-Upon-Tweed from a different viewpoint, as well as taking in the beautiful panoramic views of the coastline, there is also the opportunity to spot sea birds, gannets and hopefully even seals and dolphins.

     

    In the centre of Berwick is The Maltings Theatre and Arts Centre which host a wide range of productions and film screenings throughout the year, suitable for all tastes.

     

    Located in the Ravensdowne Barracks, the Berwick Museum and Art Gallery was the first purpose-built army barracks in England and were in use up until 1964. The gallery is made up of over 300 pieces including must-see paintings from Degas, Boudin and Daubigny, whilst the Museum contains artefacts from the Medieval, Neolithic and Bronze Age.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    Take a stroll over the Old Bridge and head to Lock, Stock ‘N’ Burgers, a mouthwatering treat of a restaurant that brings a little bit of America to town.

     

    15 minutes walk from the campsite is the Radio Rooms, a grassroots venue and events space that opened in 2019, to showcase up-and-coming artists as well as offering tasty food and a wide range of drinks.

     

    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.

  • Family days out Family days out

    When the sun is shining, a day at the beach is an absolute must! The stunning sandy Spittal beach is family-friendly with shallow waters even at high tide. Explore more of the golden coastline and continue on south to Cocklawburn and Bamburgh beaches.

     

    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.

     

    Located just to the North of Berwick, with easy access from the A1 is Conundrum Farm. They have a Farm Trail that is full of interesting animals to meet and feed, including a pet barn and a pedal tractor circuit.


* 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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