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Springhill Farm Caravan/Camping Site & Wigwams in Northumberland

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Arguably Northumberland’s most scenic site

With great views across rolling countryside towards the sea and Farne Islands and with Bamburgh Castle to the north and the Cheviot Hills to the west, Springhill’s 50-pitch camping/caravan site and wigwams are in a prime location. Just over half a mile from some of the UK’s most breath taking beaches, the site is close enough to the village of Seahouses (one mile) to be within easy reach of shops, bars and restaurants. Bamburgh, with its stunning castle and quaint shops is just over three miles away.


Touring caravan, mobile home and camping pitches are well spaced apart in a large, grassed area with hard standing and electric options. A site plan showing the site’s pitches can be viewed here.

Caravan and Camping site facilities
Apart from location our site has all the facilities and extras you need to enjoy a first-rate and comfortable camping and caravan experience.

Our facilities include:
50 pitches with grass and hard standing options
Hard standing pitches with electric
Grass pitches with or without electricity
Motor homes welcome
Female shower and toilet facilities
Male toilet and shower facilities
Family toilet with bath, shower Facilities and baby changing area
Disabled toilet, bath and shower facilities
Washing up area
Microwave, ironing board and freezer
Well-stocked information area
24-hour emergency contacts
Peak season reception area selling basic provisions
Fire pits available for use
Elevated BBQ allowed
Children’s play area and picnic area
Large, grassed area for ball games
Laundry with washing machines and tumble driers


Each wigwam sleep up to five are fully insulated with electric heating meaning wigwams stay cosy all year round. Inside, there are platform beds with mattresses, table, lights, small fridge and kettle. All wigwam guests have access to a communal kitchen and sitting area with internet access.

Wigwam facilities and information:
Sleep 5 per Wigwam
Lighting, electric sockets & heating in each wigwam
Fridge and kettle in each wigwam
Fully equipped communal kitchen
Communal dining / sitting area with freeveiw television / DVD player
Outdoor grassed area with a private picnic table
No bedding or towels supplied you must bring your own
Laundry facilities
Male toilet and shower facilities
Female toilet and shower facilities
Disabled toilet and shower room in the main toilet block
Family toilet / bath and shower facilities with baby changing area in the main toilet block
Information area
24 hour emergency contacts
Peak season reception area selling bread / milk and eggs
Fire pits
Children’s play area and picnic area
Adjacent car parking
Large grassed area for ball games
All electricity, heating , toilet and shower facilities are included in the cost
Drying room
Secure bike storage
Dogs welcome (max 2 per wigwam)

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Reviews of Springhill Farm Caravan/Camping Site & Wigwams

I've stayed at Springhill many times and always found it to be an excellent campsite with great and clean facilities.

The location is second to none - with views of the sea, the farne islands and Bamburgh castle.
Graeme (30th May 2012)
Having made a very polite and friendly enquiry about booking a pitch I was met with the most unhelpful and terse response I have ever encountered from any campsite. The attitude was clearly that campers are something to be 'put up with' rather than the golden nectar of their business. Perhaps they are simply too busy and don't need the custom. It looked like a nice place but I don't go on vacation to be made to feel unwelcome and will be camping elsewhere.
Peter (25th Jun 2011)
I've stayed here twice with my young family over the last two years...the holiday has been amazing both times. Our pitch was great & the facilities block had everything we needed and was always clean & tidy. It was very peaceful and we felt happy that the children could run around and play safely. They enjoyed spending time in the playground. The nearby beaches were clean, sandy and beautiful & we spent many hours there - and FREE parking on the roadside. I would highly recommend Springhill Farm.
C. Atkinson (24th Jun 2011)
Arrived late in the day to find pitch next to play area,Asked to be moved but were informed this was not possible.Found owners to be very unhelpfull and abrupt.Would not give refund when we decided to leave rather than take the pitch.nearly ruined the weekend but fotunately found a much better site near Bamburgh could not do enough to help us out.They turned a disaster into a really enjoyable weekend. the name of the site was the warren.Would not recommend sprinhill at all.
Mr.Raw (31st Mar 2011)