It's really hard to fault this site. A little on the expensive side, but the added facilities (pool, gym, spa) more than make up for that.
The place is spotless and fully serviced touring pitches well laid out.
It's an ideal base for touring the Northumberland coast, Bambrough, Lindisfarne, Craster, Alnwick to name but a few. Miles and Miles of golden sands, although it can get a little busy at the height of the season.
The word is out on this great place and is becoming so popular you really need to book well in advance to secure a pitch.
This was our first visit to Seahouses and we loved it! Although the site itself didn't have sea views it was so close to the beach that it didn't matter. We had lovely walks along the harbour and the beach. We found a great little pub close to the harbour with a roaring fire (and let us bring our little dog in too!) There are plenty cafes and takeaways and shops to stock up, all close by. It was a lovely little place. On the site, you have unlimited access to the pool, sauna and spa - we didn't have time to make use but they looked excellent. However what stands out about the site is the toilet/shower block. It was the very best I have seen - cosy, cheery, spotless with super showers and even a bath. They were well maintained and remained spotless throughout our stay. A great wee site to visit!
Excellent in every way. I booked on line and the system was very efficient. All the details required to enter the site were forwarded by email together with a map.
The site is very impressive and spotless. The grounds, the pitches, the pool, the gym and the bar were all top class. The touring pitches are very generous and ours was fully serviced, as I believe, they all are. I particularly enjoyed the pool since it was plenty big enough to have a good swim.
The food in the bar area was great although you have the facilities of Seahouses 3 minutes walk away. There are plenty food shops, restaurants, pubs etc. The beach is 2 mins away and the coastline stunning. You can take a lovely walk on the beach to Bamburgh.
Although a big site for caravan and lodge hire these did not feel on top of you and everyone has plenty space around them.
We have just got back from our third trip to Seafield. It is our favourite site in the UK!
It is primarily a static caravan site with only around 20 pitches for tourers and campervans; all fully serviced. These pitches are located at the front of the site, close to the Ocean Club while the statics stretch on forever up the hill. There is a good childrenís play area in the middle of the site although this is a fair walk from the pitches.
The fees appear very expensive on first glance, but this includes use of the Ocean Club with its indoor pool and gym. This was very popular in our family with my young son particularly keen when they bring out the large floats, toys and balls for a Ďplay hourí.
The washrooms are like no other I have seen on a campsite. The showers are more like a hotel room shower, complete with small towel to step out onto. Only 2 in the Gents but since these are only for the touring pitches, they are rarely both in use. They are absolutely immaculate, including a room with a bath for young children and also a bath in the Ladies (so Iím told!), all with underfloor heating.
The site is on the northern edge of Seahouses, literally a 1 minute walk away, with all its associated amusements, shops and take aways. The Spice House Indian by the mini roundabout gets my particular recommendation.
It is a lovely area for a holiday with stunning beaches. We found a great secluded beach just north of Bamburgh near the lighthouse. Head along The Wynding from Bamburgh village centre. It has great rocks for the children (and Dad) to climb on and there is an interesting white stag painted on the rock side - nobody knows why!
Bamburgh Castle itself is well worth a visit, with an archaeological dig going on in the grounds while we were there. One of the archaeologists saw us watching, came over and gave us a fascinating tour and commentary. There are some lovely back lanes for cycling too. Slightly further afield, Holy Island is recommended, as is Alnwick Castle.
A fantastic site which appears pricey on first glance but is well worth it.
Call me a snob if you will but we normally don't stay at so called holiday parks for various reasons, but our recent stay at Seafield has changed our mind! This park is delightful and the facilities are first class. OK it's a little on the expensive side but you get free use of the leisure club which was also first class. Seahouses is a pretty little fishing village with fish and chip shops aplenty plus other retail outlets for your necessities. We cycled for hours around the quite country lanes which is right up out street. I would not hesitate to return.
Been to this park on many occasions. The facilities are the best I have been in with regards to the washroom. Power showers with private roomy cubicles)and clean toilets. The snacks in the Ocean Club are always nice and fresh, although is quite busy to sit down at times. Location great for walking.
If I wanted to criticize anything then I would just say that some of the pitches don't give much privacy if wanted, and no spaces really for young children to play as the road path linking all pitches is the same road all cars go up and down to their statics too, and you tend to get lots of young children when busy up and down on this roadway with scooters passing your pitch constantly.
A must to visit however, and still waiting to find clean modern facilities at another campsite like this. Also a suggestion to the site would be make it a cheaper option by giving people the choice if they want to incorporate use of the Swimming Pool etc in their stay hence why quite expensive initially.
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