Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples
Top site for cycling
Enjoy seaviews and bird-watching from our site on Northumberland's Heritage Coast.
Campers pitched at our Beadnell Bay Club campsite are rewarded with stunning sea views over the dramatic Northumberland coast in one direction and the distant Cheviot Hills in the other.
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, you’ll find it here. The campsite is very spacious and level and boasts modern facilities. There are a couple of pubs and a chippy within walking distance.
The magnificent dunes and golden sands of Beadnell Bay, just minutes from our campsite, are excellent for bird watching. Walkers too will enjoy beach walks to nearby Beadnell and Seahouses. Catch a boat from either to the beautiful Farne Islands where you will some more birdlife and colonies of seals. If you’re in to cycling the Coast and Castles and National Cycle Routes pass the site.
Northumberland has a number of fascinating castles and fortified buildings waiting to be explored, including medieval Alnwick Castle and impressive Bamburgh Castle right on the coast.
Steel pegs required for tents due to winds. No designated Motor Home Service Point on Site, therefore a hose for filling and a bucket for emptying the tank will be required. A 25 metre hook up cable is required at this site.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
Swallow Fish Ltd in Seahouses supplies local wet fish, including crab and sea bass. Robert Carter and Sons in Bamburgh sells local meat, cheeses and pies. Craster Smoke House smokes and sells fish.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Members' and non-members' caravans welcome
Members' and non-members' trailer tents welcome
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Electric shaver sockets
Chemical toilet disposal point
Ice pack freezing
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Members' and non-members' motorhomes welcome
Members' and non-members' tents welcome
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Dedicated accessible facilities
Drinking water taps
Club Site Wi-fi
We were warmly welcomed onto site and given the site leaflet and guided to a choice of pitches.
However in the morning we went to dispose of grey waste, fully aware of the note in the Big Book that there was not a dedicated motorhome point and that a bucket would be needed to empty grey waste. As I was undoing the waste tap a male warden came over and said I couldn't empty and I should have read the site info. I asked what I was supposed to do and he said "Take it away with you." I was so dumbstruck I didn't think to quote the book or argue and we decided to move to another site.
When we checked the site leaflet later, there was no mention of any waste water limitations, let alone a ban on emptying motorhomes.
The attitude and wrong interpretation of site facilities was very UNFRIENDLY ? perhaps someone should update the sign on the gate to read ?the friendly club, unless in a motorhome?
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Active break
Due to the sites location to the main sites within the Seahouses area.Whether you want to go on a boat trip to see the seals or visit a castle on the Northumberland coast they are all within reach of Beadnell Bay campsite.I couldn't be more happy with this site and area.
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
We enjoyed this location for walking the dog on the beach, but found the site extremely windy.
We booked for 4 nights, but left after 3 due to lack of sleep due to the wind. Perhaps we were just very unlucky with the weather?
We had a very friendly welcome.The site is very well kept and has very clean facilities. However I would have preferred a separate men and women's block. It was a bit unnerving in the
middle of the night to be sharing the
entrance with men. In these days of child
protection I feel it also made children vulnerable who were going to the toilets alone.
There were warning signs about the hot water, but at times it was dangerously hot. This needs
addressing before someone is hurt.
We ate out in Beadnell, Seahouses and
Bambrough. My favourite was The Ship Inn at
Seahouses. I would still recommend this site,
especially to dog owners and families. We saw lots of children having a wonderful time. We would revisit too, but will check the weather forecast for the predicted wind speed first another time!
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
This club site has many strengths in that the pitches are spacious and there is a nice atmosphere about. Right on the beach and excellent for cyclists.pubs close by and if you like castles and farmland you are on to a winner.
For a club site the facilities are extremely busy and they need to double in size with another blick elsewhere on site in my opinion. Bit if a treck to empty grey waste and many folks had a long walk for fresh water. I would have expected bigger and better facilities for a club site of this size. Maybe family bathrooms and block would be useful for kids.
The staff are excellent, hardworking and friendly. Beadnell has nice coasrline , harbour and beaches but this a very typical of the larger area. Pubs are good for food but not really drinkers pubs. Basic shop on site. The site suffers from wind as it is not sheltered at all and this spoilt the first 4 days of our trip but we chose a coastal holiday and we took our chance on this! Overall it would say that site is on the pricey side for what it is.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Nearest bus stop: 300m from Site entrance
Nearest train station: Chathill - 5 miles
For more information take a look at Pricing explained.
Minimum booking periods do apply.