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Beadnell Bay Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Northumberland   (Browse area)
NE67 5BX   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01665 720586

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Pitches: 150
Open: 26th March - 2nd November 2015

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 76 Reviews
              8/10 from 76 Reviews

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Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Patbill 4 reviews from this member

This was our first visit to this site but certainly won't be our last. The stewards were very welcoming and the site was clean and tidy. It was a short walk to the pub which served very good food. We walked into Seahouses along the beach and caught a boat to the Farne Islands and saw puffins, guillemots and seals.

Date of Visit: May 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Jimmy1980 28 reviews from this member

We booked a 6 night stay at Beadnell bay during the May half term. The site was quite easy to get to - a few bendy roads but not a problem if you take it steady. We arrived and received a friendly greeting before being shown to a couple of large hard standing pitches and being able to select which one we wanted. The entrance has a barrier with access code. The toilet block is large and clean also with an access code. The toilets and shower block could do with some minor updating but apparently it is going to be getting a large refurbishment soon. There is a path directly into seahouses and Beadnell and takes about a 40 minute walk to get into seahouses. The beach is directly opposite and easily accessed from the site. A minor criticism is there is no child's play area, quite surprising considering the size of the site but there's miles of beach to entertain them with rock pooling! A few reviews mention road noise. We were at the front of the site and didn't notice much noise at all. Previously pitches were adjacent to the road side but the national trust has stopped them doing this and now all pitches are further in, behind the wall - so presume this is why we found it nice and peaceful. The chemical toilet disposal is slightly cramped as it is cupboard sized, although after the first time I managed to empty and rinse it quite easily! This is a lovely site, with great walking/cycling route into Seahouses and great access to the beach. If you're staying here try Élan pizzeria - pizzas are amazing, fish and chips from one of the many restaurants in seahouses and have a drink in the Bamburgh Castle Inn - lovely views and real ales! Will definitely return!

Date of Visit: May 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Waggyfromderby 18 reviews from this member

Facilities are not good enough. Some say they have been updated. Well, they should complain to whoever updated them. My main complaint is the showers, they are too narrow for a start, the waste water runs the wrong way, under the shower curtain to the area where you need to dry yourself. Try putting clothes on without getting them wet! Impossible. I stored mine in a loo, and sneaked across with my towel shielding me to dry and change in somewhere dryer. The toilet cubicles too are too narrow for a large but not overweight person. A good redesign needed.

We booked a hard standing and had to put awning on it as well as campervan, but the gravel was not compressed enough so no grip for the tent pegs, even though we have Rock Pegs knocked in by mallet, with the consequence that any strong wind pulls them out. The site is very open and windy, but this is due to the opening of the new field away from the road. A very good hedge has been planted and will give good protection when it grows. The facilities are far too far away from this new area.

The location is good with a beach that runs between Seahouses and Beadnell just over the road.

A good bus service will take you to many places along the coast such as Craster 12 miles away by road but luckily only 7 miles along the coast if you walk back, plan your lunch at the SHIP INN and Brewery at Low Newton which is also on the coast a couple of miles from Beadnell.

The Craster Arms in Beadnell offers good food, Real Ale and is dog friendly and you get 20% off your food bill on production of your camping and caravan club card.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mary Alex 2 reviews from this member

The Good Points

Pleasant lady on reception. We were shown to our pitch by the assistant warden who helped us to push our camper into position and gave us some tips on the area.

The beach was just across the road for a pleasant walk. The local shop just another few minutes walk away.

Very good bus service hailed from just outside the site.

Took a boat trip to the Farne islands which was wonderful and exceeded our expectations

The Bad Points

There is only 1 facilities block for 150 pitches with male and female using the same entrance which always seemed to 'smell'. As it is by reception it is a long way to walk when you have been pitched next to the road.

Water and everything just seemed to be a long way from our pitch which is unusual for a C&CC site

The Wifi signal was non existent on our pitch. As I use internet banking I had no option but to park close to reception and try and get a slightly better signal.

There seemed to be more dogs on site than humans but maybe we were just unlucky as we also had neighbours for 3 nights who talked very loudly until midnight.

We left the site a day early and definitely would not return again.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Brendanr2004 324 reviews from this member


Situated on the main road between Beadnell and Seahouses, and just metres from the dunes and excellent sandy beaches. Two good pubs in Beadnell - 5-10 minutes walk. Convenience store and chippy just over the road. Excellent base for exploring Northumberland's coast.


Large flat site which has been updated in recent years with EHU and hard standing pitches. Showers etc. Of usual CCC high standards. Great team of friendly staff.

An excellent site!

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Chestnuts 13 reviews from this member

When we arrived, we had booked in advance asking for electric, but after the warden had taken us to our pitch, no electric hook up. We were told there was none available, but if one came up they would tell us. Within 30 minutes the warden came back to tell us there was one now available. Which was great. We were very impressed, Loved the site we had no problem with noise from road, really didn't notice it. The down side was the showers although kept lovely and clean, the water is far to hot which you can't regulate and they were far to small. A child in the next shower cubicle to mine was crying as the water was so hot. My husband was not impressed when the water didn't seem to go down the waste channel but came back over his shoes. Does the waste channel need unblocking? The surrounding area is lovely Bamburgh castle is well worth a visit also Seahouses where we had the best fish and chips. I would love to stay there again.

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