Description of site - Situated on a spectacular headland with superb coastal views to St Abbs Head, the Park overlooks a wide sweep of sandy beach to the seaside resort and fishing port of Eyemouth.>
Just a short walk in to the town and you can enjoy a free session in the local indoor pool. Back on the park play games on the new all-weather sports court then relax with a drink in Killies Lounge as you plan what to see and where to go the following day. On weekends, see occasional visiting cabaret in the Driftwood Complex.
Site Address - Fort Road, Eyemouth, Berwickshire, TD14 5BE
Onsite Facilities - 17 Flat Touring Pitches with Electric Hook-Up’s, No Tents Allowed, 21 Statics for Hire, Shower and Toilet Block with Hot and Cold Water, Disabled Suite with especially designed Toilet, Shower and Washing Facilities, Electric Shaver Points, Hair Dryer Sockets, Covered Dishwashing Area, Water Standpipes, Waste Water Disposal Point, Chemical Toilet Disposal Point, Tourer prices include Electrical Hook Up, Level Pitches, Launderette, Credit Cards Accepted, Beach 200yds up steps.
ON THE PARK: - Splashing Around: Free use of local indoor pool. - Cool 4 Kids: Outdoor play area. - Shops and Services: Launderette. - Family Entertainment: Driftwood Complex with entertainment, Killies Lounge with widescreen TV, pool table and Food available.
On Park Entertainment and entry to swimming pools is included in the price of your holiday.
Offsite Facilities - LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Eyemouth is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
These are just a few of the local attractions nearby….
Fishwick Mains Maize Maze - A large maze based on themes that can take around 2 hours to find your way through! Pot-A-Doodle-Do - A great arts & crafts centre with pottery, mosaic and glass painting for all the family. Holy Island – A beautiful Island only accessible at low tide. Manderston House at Duns – A fine combination of Georgian style and Edwardian practicality. St Abbs Head – A national Nature Reserve with 100m high cliffs and fantastic views. Sea Fishing – The Berwickshire Coast offers excellent sea angling. Berwick-upon-Tweed – A picturesque market town on the mouth of the River Tweed.
Contact and Fees
Open to Holidaymakers from 1st April to 30th October
Touring from £8.00 to £37.00 per night.
Pets from £1 to £3 per night
Statics fees - see website for latest offers. Short Breaks Available
Tel 08435 611484
Fax 01890 751462
Directions to Site - From the A1, approximately 6 miles north of Berwick-upon-Tweed follow the signs to Eyemouth on the A1107. On entering the town, the Park is signposted. Turn right after the petrol station and left at the bottom of the hill into Fort Road.
Nearest Railway Station 10m.