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Holiday Caravans in the North East

Starting from the Scottish Borders of Carlisle and Berwick to the more southern towns of Tebay, Darlington and Cleveland, lays the North East which was once divided by fear and war but is now full of rich heritage. All of us know the significance of walls, especially the importance of tearing it down. Walls and barriers that were used to separate communities and tribes in the North East have now thankfully become the story of the past. These walls have now become major tourist attractions, and the most famous of them all would be the Hadrian's Wall.

However there is more to the North East of England than relics and old ruins; the scenic beauty of mountains and lakes, castles, national parks and stunning coastlines along with busy cities with exciting culture and nightlife, all wait for your visit.     Read more

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Adderstone Park, near Belford
Berwick Holiday Centre, Berwick Upon Tweed
Cresswell Towers Holiday Park, Ellington
Crimdon Dene Holiday Park, Blackhall Rocks
Haggerston Castle Holiday Park, Beal Berwick Upon Tweed
Haven Berwick Holiday Park, Berwick Upon Tweed
Park Resorts Whitley Bay, Whitley Bay
Sandhaven Caravan Park, South Shields
Sandy Bay Caravan Park, Ashington
Whitley Bay Caravan Park, Whitley Bay

County Durham was historically a part of the kingdom of Northumbria. Even though there are large variations in the climate over here, there are no extremes. The region is full of amazing contrasts and more than half of it is rural. There are a number of attractions that can be enjoyed by all tastes. Durham city lies in the heart of the County. It is small enough to be enjoyed on foot but has exceptional attractions like the Castle and the Cathedral which have become world Heritage sites.

Northumberland is separated from Scotland by the Tweed River and the Cheviot Hills and ends at the North Sea. The terrain is hilly in the interior and level along the rugged and wild coastline. The County has suffered tremendously by the wars that were fought between England and Scotland. Due to the history of wars in Northumberland, there are more castles to explore in this County than any other in England. The unforgettable Lindisfarne Castle was built by the stones from the Priory. It was built by Henry VIII in the 1550s in order to protect the holy Island from the attacks of the Scots. The castle was later converted into a home by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1903.

The most famous city in Tyne and Wear is Sunderland, which is internationally well-known for its arts and cultural attractions. Some of the world’s best exhibitions of glass can be enjoyed at the National Glass Centre. The amazing Winter Gardens located in Mowbray Park is also a must visit. It has more than 146 species and 1500 plants all under a single glass roof. The garden is unique and should not be missed.

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