The natural approach to a great holiday

Spring flower meadow

Spring flower meadow


If you’ve chosen a caravan or camping break on the glorious Northumberland Coast, it’s likely that being close to nature is a key element of what you’re looking for in a holiday.

 

Bamburgh sands

Bamburgh sands

South Meadows is located in one of the most stunning parts of England, where we benefit from our proximity to the rugged coastline and miles of white sandy beaches, views of the Cheviot Hills and some truly spectacular countryside.

 

We’ve taken inspiration from our surroundings to create the kind of caravan park that blends in with our beautiful surroundings, and also provides a visual delight for our visitors, no matter what time of year you’re here. However, it’s fair to say that spring at South Meadows is a real highlight.

 

Bluebell woods

Bluebell woods

 

We have three acres of ancient woodlands on site, which change with the seasons.

Currently, we’re enjoying a superb crop of snowdrops and later, we’ll be knee-deep in bluebells, before the wild orchids bloom over the summer.

 

The woodland is always a hit with visitors with dogs and is a great place for a walk and wind-down from the stresses of daily life. And the South Meadow from which we take our name remains as a wild meadow, where you’ll see plenty of flowers and wildlife during the summer months.

 

Woodland hare ... just visiting

Woodland hare … just visiting

We’ve also invested in improving the natural feel of the wider park, planting more than 7,000 hedge plants in 2014 which will mature to provide a habitat for wildlife and break up the site.

 

You’ll enjoy the sight and scents from the well-stocked borders and the careful, sympathetic landscaping that all goes towards creating the natural feel that South Meadows visitors love.

 

The park’s green ethos extends to our commitment to sustainability, with solar panels responsible for generating much of the electricity that’s used on site.

 

Why not come and check it out for yourself?