Static Caravan for Sale 40 minutes away from Newcastle

***HOT OFFER*** PAY NO 2021 PITCH FEES! Available for a Limited time only.

To arrange a park visit to view this holiday home – CALL ON 01665 710530 OR [email protected]

Amble Links, our pleasant Northumberland offering, gives families a perfect base from which to visit the county and its many attractions. The lodge and caravan park is based just a short stroll from the quaint fishing town of Amble and is a stone’s throw from the spectacular coastline. Northumberland is often regarded as one of the UK’s finest landscapes and is conveniently just 40 minutes’ drive from the cosmopolitan city of Newcastle. What’s more, with a leisure complex, a children’s play area and an on-site restaurant and bar you’ll always have something fun to do – or on a quiet day why not sit back and relax in your caravan?

-Open 365 days/year
-Coastal location – 200 yards to the beach
-The Old Storehouse – a beautiful stone built country style bar & restaurant
-Indoor pool & gym
-Spa facilities
-Owner events & activity programme
-Children’s adventure park

As well as all of the facilities on park. Our owners also get to enjoy many of the local attractions. Some of which include:
– Stunning port town of Amble (2min drive, 10min walk)
– Druridge Bay Country Park (5min drive)
– Historic Warkworth (10min drive, 30min walk)
– Alnwick (20min drive)
-Puffin & Seal Cruise ( 10min walk to Amble Harbour)

Request a Brochure OR Park Visit by calling on: 07511929314 or 01665 710530 or [email protected]


Region : North East
County : Northumberland
Nearest Town/City : Morpeth
Holiday home type : Static Caravan
New or Used : Used
Make : Willerby
Model : Minster
Year : 2016
No.of Bedrooms : 3
Price : £43,420
Enquiry To Email : [email protected]

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