Situated in one of England’s most idyllic corners, this naturally landscaped park offers you unsurpassed views of the Northumberland Coast and proudly holds the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation. Sheltered Budle Bay nature reserve, a bird watching haven, is just a short walk away. Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island are close by whilst endless golden beaches and miles of sand dunes afford exhilarating walks and the opportunity to relax.
This park has:Outdoor heated splash poolBar/restaurantWi-Fi access (in bar/restaurant area)Games roomChildren’s play areasNature trailPanoramic picnic areaLicensed mini marketLaunderette*
Real reviews, from customers like you.
We were pleasantly surprised at the beautiful location of this park and the great facilities for children. The accommodation was clean and well equipped. There is a shop on site that is well stocked with a variety of essentials. The park is a short drive from the stunning Bamburgh castle and beautiful beach. If you need a break where you want to get back to basics and to nature then this is the place to stay!!
Loving site, impressive caravans and helpful hardworking staff.
First time at this particular park, went for a long weekend. The camp and accomodation were excellent and, despite the lack of entertainment (not an issue for us) we are planning to spend a week in the park later this year. Excellent park and surroundings for dog walkers, and have no hesitation in reccomending the site.
A brilliant wee week booked late.
Fantastic site and location. Been coming here for years.
Fab caravan park, didn't use the outdoor pool as it was out of season. Perfect
Loved it so much we bought one of their holiday homes!!
I would stay again but I was not happy about all facilities being close eg shop for a full day and games room and club room as it spoiled our whole holiday accommodation was however fantastic and staff were helpful although we only met a few as closed
Simple accommodation which had everything we needed.
Site is clean and well maintained. We had a problem with the boiler and a member of staff was out within half hour to fix it. The site is handy for Seahouses, Bamburgh, Berwick and Holy ~Island. My only niggle and it is a slight niggle is that the on-site pub was not dog friendly (generally most pubs in the area are dog friendly but are a 3 mile trek to the campsite). I can understand dogs not being allowed in during high season when children are about but we went in September when they had gone back to school and on some evenings there was only us sat shivering in the beer garden - no one else in the pub. Otherwise a lovely holiday. We shall be going back.
We had a fantastic time. The staff were very helpful and the surroundings were beautiful .
Caravan furnishings were a little tired looking although the shower was very good and towels were provided. Not too clean in some places. The park was poorly lit at night. Some strange combinations served in the restaurant and chef not very flexible to requests. Ended up with a serving of beans in a plastic basket with a veggie burger floating on top one night !
we visit waren mill every year. the site is beautiful, the Edwin caravan was lovely.
We enjoyed our holiday, and loved Northumbria, but would not stay at Waren park again. It was fine for one trip, but the facilities were a little underwhelming, especially the tiny pool.
Caravan was clean and well situated but only complaint is that there were six of us staying and only capacity for four people to sit and eat at the dining table leaving two of us to eat off our laps on the settee.