Highburn House Country Holiday Park is set in the Cheviot Hills on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. We are the perfect base to explore the sights of Northumbria and the Scottish Borders. The area boasts a varied landscape including the magnificent Northumbrian Heritage Coastline featuring traditional fishing villages and unspoilt golden beaches.
Highburn House offers spacious plots for touring caravans and campers with or without electric hook-ups. The areas are partly bordered by trees with panoramic views over the surrounding Northumbrian Countryside.
The park is perfect for families with all of the facilites necessary to make your stay a memorable one.
We have superb new facilites to ensure your stay with us is a comfortable one and they include:
* New washrooms with H&C water, vanity basins, hair and hand dryers, razor points and free showers
* Dish wash area, launderette with washing machine, dryer and ironing facility
* Disabled wash and toilet room complete with personal shower and separate mother and baby changing area
* Childrens play area with swings and a spiral slide
We also have an Holiday Cottage (sleeps up to 6) for rent.
Northumberland, otherwise known as 'The Secret Kingdom', is probably one of the greatest undiscovered tourist attractions in Europe. From the low rolling Cheviot Hills in Northumberlands National Park to it's beautiful 'Heritage Coastline' there is something to suit everybody and it is all within easy travelling of our park on uncluttered roads that bring back the golden age of motoring!
The area is dotted with historic castles such as the fortress at Bamburgh set atop sand dunes and miles of golden beaches. From there you can view the Farne Islands and The Longstone Lighthouse, home of the famous local heroine 'Grace Darling'. The islands are also home to magnificent bird and seal colonies which can be visited via a boat trip from Seahouses's Harbour.
Lindisfarne or 'The Holy Island' can be reached via a causeway from the mainland. The island is known as 'The Seat of Christianity' in Europe with a castle and ruined monastery as some of it's attractions
Just a few miles away you will find the ancient market town of Alnwick whose centrepiece is it's magnificent castle, better known today as the 'Home of Harry Potter'. Here you will also find the recently opened Alnwick Gardens and Tree House, a must for any visitor to the area.
To the south of the county can be found Hadrians Wall , a World Heritage Site and relic from England's Roman occupation.
Northumberland can provide it's visitors with a huge range of activities including:
• Golf • Fishing • Hill-Walking • Canoeing • Sailing • Bird Watching • Cycling
In other words, something for everybody no matter what your tastes! All of this on our doorstep and we will be only to pleased to help you plan excusions during your stay with us