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Looking for a location that’s both lovely and lively? Try Whitley Bay Holiday Park - it’s in a terrific spot on the Tyne and Wear coast, and your holiday memories could include walking on water in an inflatable dome, toe-tapping to a live band, or even learning to fire a crossbow...
The park is only five minutes’ stroll from the beautiful sandy beach, and has a brilliant outlook over the white tower of St Mary’s Lighthouse set against the sparkly blue sea. There’s an indoor pool, a good bar and restaurant (plus takeaway food), “Sparky’s Krew” children’s clubs for different age groups, an outdoor play area, indoor amusements centre and a great programme of entertainment at the on-site Lighthouse Showbar.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Medium (26-50 pitches)
- Coach stations
Whitley Bay: Park Avenue Coach Stop
— 1.6 miles
1.6 miles North Shields: Northumberland Square Coach Stop — 3.7 miles
3.7 miles South Shields: Keppel Street Coach Stop — 4.7 miles
- Train stations
Cramlington Rail Station
— 5.6 miles
5.6 miles Brockley Whins Rail Station — 7.2 miles
7.2 miles East Boldon Rail Station — 8.3 miles
- Ferry ports
North Shields Ferry Terminal
— 4.2 miles
4.2 miles South Shields Ferry Terminal — 4.7 miles
4.7 miles Newcastle International Ferry Terminal — 4.9 miles
Newcastle International Airport
— 10.0 miles
From South: A1 North to the Washington services. Take A19 through the Tyne Tunnel (toll payable). Take the signed coast road. Follow the A1058 to Tynemouth seafront. Turn left at seafront and drive until you see St. Mary's Lighthouse. The Holiday Park is on the right.
From North: A1 South to just past Morpeth, A19 signposted to the Tyne Tunnel. Take the slip road signposted to Whitley Bay. Follow the signs for the caravan park.
At low tide, you can toddle across the stone causeway to St Mary’s Lighthouse to climb the 137 steps for spectacular views of the coast, or to go on a rock pooling expedition with an expert (they’ll fish out weird and wonderful creatures you would never have spotted yourself). There’s a small maritime museum and a good cafe, too.
Aside from the golden sands of Whitley Bay, this part of the North East is blessed with many other Blue Flag beaches, and at Cullercoats Bay there are smugglers’ caves to explore, to boot...
Newcastle and Gateshead are absolutely crammed with things to do, whatever floats your boat: marvel at the world’s only tilting bridge, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, visit the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, get hands-on with the imaginative exhibits at the Life Science Centre, which also houses a planetarium, or come face-to-face with a life-sized T-Rex at the Great North Museum: Hancock. For those who are feeling flush, the Metrocentre is heaven for shoppers - and long-suffering offspring will find plenty of indoor and outdoor play areas and activities to keep them happy, too.
- Seaton Delaval Hall (1.8 miles)
- Stephenson Railway Museum (3.5 miles)
- Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum. (4.9 miles)
- Seaton Delaval Hall (1.8 miles)
- Souter Lighthouse and The Leas (7.5 miles)
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