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Creswell Towers Caravan


Location:

Creswell, Morpeth, Northumberland

Description:

With miles of golden sands, lovely walks, and relaxed on-park entertainment, Cresswell Towers Holiday Park at Druridge Bay in Northumberland is the ideal family holiday location.

Beautiful Druridge Bay is just a short walk from the park and is perfect for lazy strolls or rockpooling adventures. 

Cresswell Towers offers a heated indoor pool, arcades, Boathouse bar and restaurant, Takeaway, and Costa Coffee.

The Caravan itself is located a short walk from the complex as well as the nearby beach. The owners have included lots of additional sensory toys that complement our Spectrum Pack, which will be available for you to use throughout your stay. 

There are 3 bedrooms, 1 double with ensuite, 1 double, and 1 twin room and can accommodate up to 6 people. The kitchen is well stocked with all the catering utensils needed for a self catering holiday, including tea and coffee. The lounge area is spacious with 2 free standing sofas and patio doors leading to a decked area. There is also ramped access to the front door.

At Cresswell Towers you’ll find yourself nestled at the edge of a stunning six mile stretch of beach, with fantastic facilities, entertainment, and amenities to ensure your stay is packed with fun activities and access to everything you’ll need for a memorable break.

The park has a heated indoor swimming pool, perfect for a relaxing dip, or to let the kids have a splash around, while the outdoor playground and sports court are great for enjoying the fresh air with some energetic activity. For some casual fun pop into the amusements room and try your hand at the great games on offer.

In-Venue In-Accommodation Wi-Fi is available on park. Please see here  for more information on the park’s Wi-Fi service. There’s also a Nisa convenience store on the park, meaning you can easily grab all the essentials you’ll need.

Things you may need to know

Cresswell Towers is a Park Dean holiday park and is a popular location for families and there will be noises associated with a busy holiday park.

Passes will need to be purchased to access activities. 

The bar is pet friendly until 8pm.

The caravan is family owned and there may be unopened food items in the cupboards which you are welcome to use.

You will need to supply your own towels.

There is an area outside the caravan for 1 car which can get muddy is wet weather. There is a car park a few hundred meters from the van as an alternative

New fire regulations regarding external doors may mean that the holiday home Is not suitable for disabled people

Included in your stay

Cleaning materials, linen, Tea, Coffee, air fryer, children’s toys, and sensory toys. Our Spectrum Pack is also available for families to use and includes a range of handheld sensory toys, blackout blind, light toys, and visual resources.

Before and during your stay.

We understand that preparing an autistic person for a holiday can sometimes be challenging. At Spectrum Holidays we are always looking for ways to make this process easier. We design bespoke, personalised visual stories and countdown calendars for every person that would benefit from additional preparation for their holiday.

Inside the Spectrum Pack you will also find a set of visuals to help support you while on holiday, there is also a “now, next, later” travel keyring to take out and about with you as you visit the local area.

Local Amenities and the Local Area

Shopping

Asda – Ashington – 12 min drive 

Lidl, Ashington – 11 min drive

Aldi, Ashington – 11 min drive

Iceland, Ashington – 12 min drive 

Morrisons, Ashington – 11 min drive

Places to visit:

Newbiggin Maritime Centre – 13 min drive

Newbiggin Maritime Centre is an accessible, all weather family attraction, open all year. Discover life in a historic fishing village through the Mary Joicey and Girl Anne interactive exhibitions and varying range of thought provoking exhibits. The Newbiggin Maritime Centre is passionate about offering engaging, creative and unique learning activities. Nearby is the longest promenade in Northumberland plus the iconic Lifeboat Station, the UK’s oldest operational boathouse. There is a great playpark adjacent to the centre, as is a sandy beach with rock pools, registered as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Newbiggin Beach – 2 min walk

This sleepy, coastal town is known for the idyllic beach that makes for excellent evening strolls, striking sunrises that will take your breath away and myriad of marine life that regularly graces Newbiggin Bay with its presence

Woodhorn Museum – 9 min drive

Woodhorn Museum is a great attraction for the whole family, with plenty of hands on activities, some blockbuster exhibitions, and a great events programme. It is located in a delightful country park with a lake at its heart, and it is possible to walk or cycle around the lake, with public access from the museum end and the northern approach. There’s a cafe too!

Druridge Bay – 15 min drive

This stunning seven mile stretch of beach runs from bustling Amble to peaceful Cresswell, where the Northumberland Coast Path begins. As well as a pristine sandy beach, there are sand dunes and pools to explore and the 100-acre Ladyburn Lake fringed by picturesque woodland and tranquil meadows.

Warkworth Beach – 23 min drive

Whether you’ve come here to sunbathe, play beach games or simply to go for a long, bracing walk, there’s always going to be plenty of space.  The water quality here is very good.  The beach is home to Northside Surf School, who offer surfing lessons every day of the year, catering for all levels of ability

Whitehouse Farm – 24 min drive

Whitehouse is a great place for families, school and group visits of all ages enabling visitors to see, handle and feed a wide variety of animals from traditional breeds to more unusual and exotic species.

There really is something for everyone, as well as animals & activities, there’s indoor & outdoor play areas to discover and explore, so it’s always farmtastic fun whatever the weather!!

Warkworth Castle – 19 min drive

Be king or queen for the day in this mighty Northumberland fortress crowning the hilltop above the River Coquet. Enjoy a day out and see how the powerful Dukes of Northumberland, the Percy family lived. Explore the floors and rooms in the magnificent cross-shaped keep which was once home to ‘Harry Hotspur’, immortalised as a rebel lord by Shakespeare, and bane of Scottish raiders. See spectacular river and coastal views from the castle walls.

Northumberland zoo – 18 min drive

Home to over 80 species from tiny Harvest Mice to fluffy Snow Leopards, Northumberland Zoo is the perfect place to visit on a day out.

Ridley Park – 21 min drive

Ridley Park is a popular and picturesque spot for the whole family to visit throughout the year. It provides space for many fun and recreational activities for people of all ages to enjoy and includes a large and vibrant water play area

Prices and how to book

Creswell Towers Caravan offers flexible check in days and durations. Prices start from £50 per night

There is a 7 night minimum stay (Fri/Sat) in place during Easter, Summer, and October half term, with prices starting from £850

To secure a booking there is a deposit of £100 and full payment plus a refundable bond of £100 would be due 4 weeks before arrival.

You can read full term sand conditions here:

Please contact us for availability or to make a booking.

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