Northumberland

Nunnykirk Caravan Club Site

Rates at Nunnykirk begin at £4.40 per pitch
Rates at Nunnykirk begin at £4.40 per pitch

Contact Details

Address
Nunnykirk Caravan Club Site
Nunnykirk
Rothbury
Northumberland
NE61 4PZ
Tel 01669 620762
Web www.caravanclub.co.uk

Monday, 01, Jul 2013 03:37

Peacefulness is the order of the day at Nunnykirk, nestled in the heart of the serene Rothbury countryside. It is a haven for those who want to enjoy the fresh air and local wildlife. On days out and about, the beautiful Brinkburn Priory is nearly 900 years old and is well worth a visit after its 19th century restoration. Bide-a-Wee Cottage Gardens and Nursery, built around a 16th century farmhouse, are also wonderful to visit and can be found around four miles away.

A relatively low-key site, Nunnykirk does not have its own toilet block and amenities are basic, with a total of 84 pitches available to Club members and non-members equally. Caravanners are welcome to bring their pets.

Rates at Nunnykirk begin at £4.40 per pitch in low season and rise to £5.65 in high season, with per person fees payable on top. Children cost a flat rate of £1.65 all year round, while adults cost between £3.20 and £4.30.

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