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From the A1 take the C115 road (about 8 miles north of the Morpeth turn off)towards the sea. Signposted Widdrington, chevington Moor, Acklington, Amble We are 3 miles along this road - just keep going straight ahead.
From the A1068 look for Widdrington Village heading towards Amble. At the roundabout turn left, signposted Eshott. Go past the lake and some houses on the right. Go on for a further 1/4 mile. We are set in woodland. In summer, look for a Northumberland flag and lots of colourful bunting.
Druridge Bay, an 8 mile stretch of unspoilt beach and a site of special scientific interest, is only 3 miles away. The Druridge Bay Country Park with its lake and water sports facilities, walks, cycle paths, beach, information centre and cafe is a five minute drive away.
Only 3 miles from the A1, Seddons Caravan Park is the perfect centre for exploring Northumberland. The Northumbrian Coastal Route can be joined at Widdrington Village. Or why not visit one of the many splendid Northumbrian castles all within easy travelling distance.
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