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Seacote Park

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7.00

Satnav Quick Search ID: S27247S

St Bees, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, CA27 0ET

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01946 822 777

Open from Jan to Dec

. Seacote Holiday Parks nestle on the West Cumbrian Coast, on the edge of the breathtaking Lake District National Park. Guests will find that the beautiful location is matched by a relaxed atmosphere and excellent facilities. Campers and holidaymakers on the Park will cherish the peace and quiet and spectacular surrounding scenery. You're sure to enjoy a warm welcome and a memorable stay
Low season
Tourers & Motorhomes: £18.00 per night. / 1 person tent: £10.00 per night, 2 - 5 person tents: £15.00 per night, 6 - 8 person tents: £18.00. / Gazebos: £ 10.00 per night.

High Season
Tourers & Motorhomes: £21.00 per night. / 1 person tent: £10.00 per night, 2 - 5 person tents: £18.00 per night, 6 - 8 person tents: £21.00, / Gazebos: £ 10.00 per night.

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12m above sea level

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Review by: fwinder
Visit date: Sep 2020
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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5
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very dated toilet block
2 areas for tourers bottom one by the beach with the sea views ok
top one further up the site not nice at all
wouldn't go again sorry
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Review by: tuckie
Visit date: Sep 2020
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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9.5
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Totally agree with last review fantastic spot we were on plot 3. Amazing waves to watch as tide comes in. Walked up the cliff walk views amazing over Irish sea and over to Isle of man. Walked into town which took 15 mins or so. Four pubs to try we liked the Queens as had a sunny beer garden. A small grocery shop on street aswel. Definately come back next time in area.
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Review by: wettim
Visit date: Aug 2020
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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7.5
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We have stayed at Seacote on a number of occasions and almost always stayed on the front hardstanding pitches facing the sea. What a beautiful view! There are about 12 fully serviced pitches facing the sea, with another touring area, again fully serviced, and a camping field at the back. The site isn't too secure, having installed a new barrier at the entrance, which is always open, anyone can and does just drive in. There is also a path down to the seafront with no gate on where members of the public walk through the site. The toilet block is awful, with dirty ripped lino in the showers and rusty radiators. We come to this site purely for the location, which is wonderful.
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Review by: zee79
Visit date: Aug 2020
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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7.5
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Stayed August 2020. Was the only site we could find on the cumbrian coast for the dates we wanted! Pitch was on a slope, even with levellers, still sloped. The pitches opposite us, flooded when it rained heavy. Area was nice, easy access to the beach. Beach not too busy. Nothing else around though. A big public carpark is at the entrance of the site, which was really busy through the day. Icecream van there. Didn’t use toilets or showers. But elsan point was disgustingly dirty and no drain for grey waste! Should have been small drain at pitch, but was blocked with mud. Electric hook up and water at pitch worked well. pole to tie dogs, which was good. Pitch size was decent. Wifi on site.
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Review by: harveysd
Visit date: Jul 2020
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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7.75
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Had a pitch right by the seafront so amazing views. Excellent cliff walks available, not much of note about St Bees itself. Facilities dated and limited in number for the number of tourer spaces but EHU and water on our pitch.
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Review by: bruno2103
Visit date: Sep 2019
Unit type: Campervan
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6
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Site is right on the sea front and is mainly static caravans. The toilet and showers are very dated and could do with a refurb !!!!
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Review by: cartyl
Visit date: May 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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6.75
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Haven't stayed but visited village today. Really close to the beach which has a cafe. Sandy beach at low tide. Dogs allowed on beach. A couple of pubs that do food in the village. Railway station ( no trains on a Sunday) gives access to Whitehaven and on up the coast north to Carlisle and South on the coast to Barrow. There appears to be two areas for touring vans one overlooking the beach and the other at the back of the site. If you want the beach view you may want to check when booking.
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Review by: mike7692
Visit date: Feb 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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6
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About 12 large pitches, where we were, overlooking the beach & up to St. Bees Headland. Park is geared up for static caravans with what seems only 1 dated toilet
block that we didn't use. It was a trek from the pitch & also where the CDP is.
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