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Waren mill

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Waren Mill, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, NE70 7EE

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The park itself has an idyllic location up on the headland above Budle Bay Nature Reserve with unbroken views across to Holy Island, Bamburgh and inland to the Cheviot Hills. The view of Bamburgh Castle from the vast sandy beach has to be one of the most iconic in Britain and it is unsurprising that this is such a popular location for film crews. But don’t forget to visit the Castle itself and the enthralling Grace Darling Museum in Bamburgh village too.
£30/night standard pitch

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Review by: valleyheights
Visit date: Jul 2020
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Stayed for 2 pre-booked nights and whilst not normally our cup of tea we enjoyed our visit (during post COVID-19 lockdown) and feel it is a great site for families.
Good facilities including drive over MoHo service point.
Bar and cafe look good
Would recommend
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Review by: gavinkewley
Visit date: Jun 2019
Unit type: Campervan
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7.25
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Quiet during the week. Clean, spacious and well organised. Would use again.
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Review by: zaksmum73
Visit date: May 2019
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Friendly and helpful wardens, although their estimation of the walk to the beach was WAY off!
Level serviced pitched on a corner -
Some pitches might have felt crowded as the site was busy and pitches are quite close together. A large site, with plenty of facilities - shop, playgrounds, nature trail, outdoor pool, small games arcade. But didnt feel too ‘commercial’ and was quiet after 11pm. Shops fresh stock was disappointing, and the nearest alternative co-op was in seahouses.
Nice countryside and sea views from the site and the family pods (wet rooms) are BRILLIANT
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