Waren Caravan & Camping Park

Waren Mill, Bamburgh, Northumberland, NE70 7EE

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Campsite Details

01668 214366 / 01668 214224
8 March - 2 November
£15.00 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.0 4.0 247 Reviews

Family park with splash pools Stunning views, ‘coast & country’ setting Proximity to Bamburgh Castle, beach and Holy Island

An idyllic location, Waren Mill is nestled within acres of woodland on the headland above Budle Bay Nature Reserve, with stunning coastal views of Holy Island and Bamburgh.

The park itself has an idyllic location up on the headland above Budle Bay Nature Reserve with unbroken views across to Holy Island, Bamburgh and inland to the Cheviot Hills. The view of Bamburgh Castle from the vast sandy beach has to be one of the most iconic in Britain and it is unsurprising that this is such a popular location for film crews.

One of the must do things, is to drive across the causeway to the special and quite unique Holy Island of Lindisfarne, the birthplace of the magnificent Lindisfarne Gospels. Wildlife lovers won’t want to miss a visit to one of Northumberland’s stunning coastal nature reserves including the Farne Islands.

A short hop inland takes you to the bustling medieval market town of Alnwick and to some of the country’s top attractions, including Alnwick Castle, the location for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films. Alongside is the Duchess of Northumberland’s marvellous horticultural creation, the Alnwick Garden where you can dine amongst the treetops in one of the world’s largest tree houses.

A visit to nearby Howick Hall and Garden, the home of Earl Grey tea, is highly recommended for garden and tea lovers. To the north, the famous walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed has a fascinating, rich history and all along the coast you can enjoy traditional seaside towns and picturesque villages such as Seahouses, Craster and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, home of Britain’s first permanent coastal sculpture The Couples. The independent spirit of Northumberland is just waiting to be discovered.

On site you can enjoy:

  • Splash pool
  • Nature trails
  • WiFi
  • The Witch & Worm family pub & restaurant (free WiFi)
  • Takeaway
  • Children’s play areas
  • BBQ hut to hire
  • Licensed shop & bakery
  • Games room with pool hall
  • Modern laundrettes
  • Information point
Camping Pod
Caravan
Holiday Home
Lodge
Motorhome
Seasonal Pitch
Tent
Adult Only
Bar
Bus Service Nearby
Coastal
Dog Friendly
Electrical Hook-ups
Entertainment
Family
Fully Serviced
Games Room
Gas
Laundry
Motorhome Waste Empty Point
Online Booking
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Restaurant
Shop
Showers
Takeaway on site
Toilets
Wheelchairs
Wi-fi

Trip Advisor Reviews

Touring Weekend Visit 09/03/2019
3

We were looking forward to visiting this site because of the family facilities. It’s in a lovely spot but with no local village within walking distance so you are tied to the site with small...

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Lost its personal touch. 23/01/2019
2

I have been visiting this park for several years now and have enjoyed every moment until our last 2 visits late summer and halloween 2018.The staff ie the warden and the touring park receptionist no...

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Great Caravan Holiday 14/10/2018
5

Just back from a great weeks holiday @ this caravan park we stayed in a two bedroomed caravan our van was one of the best I have ever stayed in. Over the last few years we have stayed in quite a few...

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