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For the ideal Northumberland base then look no further than Barmoor. At the hub of Northumberland and the Scottish Border’s many attractions there really is something to suit everyone nearby. From the tidal Island of Lindisfarne just five minutes drive away, to the quintessentially English village of Bamburgh and its mighty castle just 20 minutes away and the glorious Cheviot Hills within sight of the park entrance. The hardest part is deciding what to do first. Barmoor is ideal for walkers and cyclists with countless beach, hill and country walks close by. Golfing enthusiasts can play at several great courses on the doorstep such as Goswick, The Hirsel, Bamburgh Golf Clubs. And if they can tear themselves away from the abundance of natural life with the park grounds, bird watchers will delight in the world famous Farne Islands home to 100,000 nesting birds or why not take in the dawn chorus at Ford Moss a site of special scientific interest just five minutes away from the park. For the budding amateur archaeologists the park is able to organise places on Field Walking, Metal Detecting and Archaeological Digs that happen in the locality. If fishing is your hobby, the world famous Tweed and its tributary The Till are nearby.
Doctor's surgery - 8 miles, Dental practice - 8 mile, Mobile Post office - 1 mile, Nearest shop - 1 mile, Nearest supermarket - 8 miles, Nearest bus stop - Park entrance, Nearest train station - 8 miles
Bridgend is an exclusive development of beautifully appointed residential park homes. Situated on the outskirts of the friendly border town of Wooler, you will enjoy country living combined with security and a leisurely lifestyle. Park Home living at Bridgend has a special, relaxing atmosphere, allowing you to leave the snarling traffic, unruly children, litter and graffiti of city living behind. The plots are generous and well landscaped. Staff maintain the communal grounds of the estate and all year round security and maintenance is included, so you can leave your home unattended knowing we are there to look after your property. Adults only, garages and natural gas. Size of park: 75 residential homes.
From idyllic countryside and stunning beaches to medieval castles, Northumbria really has everything you need to relax and get away from it all. The region offers spectacular landscapes, the national park is home to a rich display of wildlife, whilst the expansive coastline provides unique opportunities to view some of the UK's rarest birdlife. If you enjoy shopping head into Newcastle or visit the Metro Centre, only 20 minutes away, where you will find all of your favourite high street shops. Those who enjoy golf will be delighted to find an 18 hole championship course at Burgham Park and Leisure Club less than 500 metres from the park.
Set in Northumberland and surrounded by mile upon mile of gorgeous beaches, Haggerston Castle Holiday Park offers an enviable Holiday Home lifestyle. Explore spellbinding Alnwick Castle, home of Hogwarts School or Witchcraft and Wizardry, turn the pages of time at the Heritage Centre on Holy Island or visit the imposing Bamburgh Castle.
On the Park, there’s an array of award winning 5-Star Park facilities for you and your family to enjoy, as well as the wealth of spectacular local areas to explore. The Luxury Spa Complex invites you to recharge and revitalize yourself, while the Owners’ Only Lounge offers a retreat for our Owners to escape to.
Show home for sale: Olympia Single
Whitfield Estate is well-known for its beauty, its fine trees and its wildlife: in fact some 7000 acres of the estate are internationally recognised as being of outstanding importance both for birdlife and for botanical interest.
We’re in the middle of some of the best walking, riding and cycling country and 10min drive from Allendale, well known for walking and righting and there are plenty of local golf courses within easy reach.
Show homes available to view: Tarragon 45x20. Please call first for viewing times.
Small South facing country park, surrounded by woodland. Ideal for exploring Northumberland. Local villages Ovingham and Wylam boast excellent pubs serving delicious home cooked food. We have our own bus top just outside our entrance which makes getting into Newcastle or the beautiful market town of Hexham very easy. We are 20 minutes walk from Prudhoe railway station which makes the Metro Centre in easy reach 15 minute train journey.
The park has its own fishing along privately owned banks of the river Tyne. Permits are available from reception. We have a giant chess board and plenty opportunity for wildlife and bird watching – badgers, deer, squirrel, fox, woodpecker, red kite…. the list goes on!
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With a Homeseeker park home you can benefit from a range of further optional money and energy-saving features offered by some parks that will not only help save the environment but also the money in your pocket! These features include:
A water-butt system that collects rainwater from your roof for 101 uses such as watering the garden, washing your windows and car or giving your dog a drink.
A plumbed-in systems that recycles water from your shower and hand basins for use by your toilet flush system.
In the right location this eco-friendly system utilises renewable energy stored in the ground to provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating your Homeseeker park home. The only energy used by ground source heating systems is electricity to power the pumps which nevertheless deliver three or four times more thermal energy (heat) than is used in electrical energy to drive the system.