Caravan Touring at Ord House Country Park
19 Aug 2022
If you have been considering a caravan touring holiday for your next UK break, look no further than Ord House Country Park. Delivering a warm welcome, five-star on site facilities and fully kitted out touring pitches; there’s no better place in Northumberland.
Northumberland is one of the North East’s biggest adventures, with breathtaking beauty and unlimited attractions. With a touring holiday at Ord House Country Park there are many pristine beaches, bustling market towns, and extraordinary historical sites to visit.
Ord House Country Park positions itself beautifully in Berwick-upon-Tweed and is open 12 months of the year for caravan touring holidays and owners with holiday homes. So there are no limits on when you can holiday, it’s entirely up to you!
We offer a range of spacious seasonal and casual touring pitches, including electric hook up pitches and fully serviced pitches available on request. It’s quick and easy to get set up and enjoy the park facilities nearby attractions in no time.
With that in mind, get in touch today to book your touring pitch place at Ord House Country Park and enjoy the holiday you deserve.
If you are the proud owner of a furry friend, you will also be happy to know that we welcome dogs in all of our parks. At Maguires Country Parks, we are a family and this includes four-legged creatures!
What’s more, if you fancy a delicious pub lunch or a heartwarming evening meal with a pint of bubbly beer, Ord House Lounge Bar & Grill is open for downtime when you need it.
There is also plenty to keep the little ones entertained if you’re setting off on a family break. They can enjoy time on the playground or the soft play area meeting new friends and making memories while you take time for yourself in the Adults Only Lounge.
Nearby you can take in the fresh North Sea air with a walk on Spittal Beach with the dog and follow the Northumberland Coastal Path, heading south towards Holy Island. There are also opportunities to take a boat trip from the River Tweed to go dolphin spotting.
The Farne Islands also offer the chance for wildlife spotting. If seeing the seabird is your goal, we recommend touring between mid April and late July to see the largest number of birds. You might also get the chance to spot white seal pups on the islands from late October.
Book your touring spot with Maguires Country Parks. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable team who will be happy to help you plan your next getaway.