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Budle Bay Campsite, 5 minutes from the sea, offers the option of touring caravan and camping pitches, two basic bunkhouses and in May 2012 we will be able to rent our new Eco Hut's.
With Lindisfarne Island, The Farnes, The Coastal Cycle Route, Alnwich Castle and the coastal splender of this area of Outstanding Natural Beauty all lie on the doorstep of the site. Budle Bay Campsite itself is in a quiet location just inside the village of Waren Mill, 5 minutes from the A1.
We are friendly, low key touring caravan and camping site in a picturesque tree lined Northumberland valley some 200m from Budle Bay itself and only 2 miles north of the spectacular village of Bamburgh with its coastal castle dominating the 16 miles of golden sand dunes and beaches.
The campsite has 80 touring pitches and plenty of space for tents. From October 2011 we have been upgrading the site improving our touring pitch facilities with new electrics, building new roads and water points.Work will be carried out in all areas of the site and include a new childrens playground. However despite the improvements we are determined to remain an affordable, friendly, low key, family orientated site.
We have seasonal pitches starting £1250 and we have some vacancies for the season 2012. Please email for details.
Our season starts in March 2012 and you can be assured of a warm welcome and a relaxed atmosphere at Budle Bay Campsite
Nearby attractions and activities
Alnwick is 21km or 13 mile south of Budle Bay on the A1 here you have the Alnwick Castle "Hogwarts where Harry Potter was filmed" and the famous Alnwick Gardens and tree house.
Nearby is an Iron Age fort, and much of the area is a designated site of scientific interest.
At the landward end of Budle Bay in an area of outstanding natural beauty and within the Lindisfarne Nature Reserve renowned for the incredible variety of migratory and indigenous birds and other wildlife found on its shores, is one of the top three bird watching sites in the country
Attractions near Budle Bay Camp and Caravan Site
- Bamburgh Castle (2.4 miles)
- Lindisfarne Castle (4.7 miles)
- Lindisfarne Priory (4.9 miles)
- Lindisfarne Castle (4.6 miles)
- Dunstanburgh Castle (11.2 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Activities near Budle Bay Camp and Caravan Site
Belford - Swinhoe Circular (2.3 miles) Walking
Bamburgh - Budle Bay Circular (2.4 miles) Walking
Bamburgh Castle (2.5 miles) Beach - Excellent Water Quality Beaches Surfing
Overall rating based
very quiet and secluded staff are very freindly toilets and showers old but very clean
tankbob (Mature couple, 1 review, 2 photos)
Liked: the wellcome you get is second to none the wardens alan and jane are very helpfull and are working very hard to keep the site neat and tidy they have turned a part of reception into a small shop which is a godsend to backpackers.this site is family freindly and peaceful.we only started camping again in our 50`s this year and we have been here twice and we will kepp coming back ...
Disliked: nothing at all.
From the manager...
Thank you for your comments Bob. Alan and I love to see you and your family. Take care and see you next month.
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First camping trip
adc1969 (Family with older children, 1 review, 0 photos)
Liked: Warm welcome and easy to find. The site is ideal for visiting other places and days out.
Disliked: As this was our first family camping we stayed local. On arrival a little shocked by the thick grass and bumpy surface. We were offered three pitches and decided to go to the opposite end away from the facilities.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Indoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Tipis, yurts, or wigwams
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Bamburgh (Northumberland): The Grove Bus Stop — 2.1mi
Belford (Northumberland): Market Cross Bus Stop — 2.3mi
Seahouses (Northumberland): Memorial Bus Stop — 4.8mi
- Train stations
Chathill Rail Station — 5.2mi
Berwick-upon-Tweed Rail Station — 15.2mi
Alnmouth Rail Station — 15.4mi
- Ferry ports
- Belvedere Ferry Landing — 40.4mi
- Newcastle International Airport — 39.1mi
Budle Bay Campsite is 2.5 miles east off the A1 along the B1342. From the South travel along the A1, passing Alnwick and 10 miles further North as you approach the first turning to Belford take a right turn onto the B1342. Continue along this road for 2.5 miles and you will clearly see the site on your right just before the village of Waren Mill. From the North go through Berwick upon Tweed and 15 miles further on at the 3rd mention of Belford, take a left turn onto the B1342. We are along this road. We can also be reached by following the Coastal Route and turning left just after the village of Waren Mill. We are 120m on the left.
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