Causey Hill Holiday Park in Northumberland is situated on the quite outskirts of historic Hexham town. Once the haunt of pillaging Vikings 1,300 years ago, nowadays Hexham defends its title of England's favourite market town – as voted by Country Life magazine.
The town centre is filled with winding streets which all navigate to the delightful Hexham Abbey. A grand day out for all can be had at Hexham Racecourse overlooking the town with views across rolling countryside.
Hexham's farmers market and many eclectic independent shops are a pleasure to explore and regularly attract residents from caravan parks across Northumberland. You'll find market stalls every day of the week nestled between the Abbey and the town's 15th century Moot Hall.
When staying at Causey Hill Holiday Park in Northumberland you are never far from history and landscapes or short for things to do and see. Heading north you will drive into the least populated of the UK's National Parks, Northumberland National Park with over 700 miles of paths and trails to explore. Driving 35 minutes east from the park and you're in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, one of the UK's largest cities; a hive of entertainment, shopping, art and history all located on the River Tyne. To the south is one of England's most renowned areas of moorland, the North Pennines, recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and offering breath-taking views. Finally driving west of our caravan park in Northumberland for less than an hour will take you into the heart of Carlisle, situated on the cusp of the Lake District and the Scottish boarder.
Causey Hill Holiday Park is located close to one of the UK's grandest attractions, Hadrian's Wall a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The wall is a Roman megastructure, spanning across the countryside and scattered with Roman forts, mile castles, and temples.
You are never far from something to do at Causey Hill Holiday Park in Northumberland.
Hexham Abbey is a place where faith has been celebrated for more than 1,340 years. An inclusive, thriving church with regular services, several choirs, a great musical tradition and many parish groups that meet regularly and encourage each other on an adventure of faith.Find out more
Hexham is a charming market town characterised by its stone architecture, cobbled streets and historic buildings. Combine this with a blend of boutiques, high street favourites and regular outdoor markets. A warm welcome awaits you in our many quirky coffee shops and award-winning restaurants.Find out more
Located in the centre of historic Hexham. The centre has a 25 metre, six - lane swimming pool. Plus a 15 metre studio pool with splash and fun areas. The state-of-the-art fitness gym is cool and spacious with a good range of accessible equipment with entertainment provision.Find out more
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We take motorhomes, boats, tourers and static caravans in part exchange for all of our static caravans in Northumberland, Cumbria and Lancashire.
Causey Hill is situated within Hadrians’s wall country, nestled in the heart of tranquil rural Northumberland, overlooking the historic market town of Hexham. Which is only two miles away, bustling with top quality restaurants, and quiet family pubs, a championship golf course and railway station.
Landscaping on our latest investment is now complete, which makes available 40 desirable plots at Causey Hill. Select from a wealth of luxury holiday homes and ensure that your new leisure lifestyle is an affordable reality, a true holiday home.
Causey Hill is ideally situated for outdoor adventurers; climbing, fishing, horse riding, swimming and golf are all local to the park. Our well maintained paths are ideal for dog walking, rambling, bird watching and exploring the great outdoors, direct from the park grounds.