New caravan holiday park to open in Coldstream
Enjoy time away from the hustle and bustle of daily life with a stunning static caravan at the new Coldstream Holiday Park.
Its unique location right on the border, where the River Tweed forms a natural boundary between Scotland and England provides a natural haven for spending quality time with family and friends. Enjoy majestic views southwards over the Tweed to the Cheviot Hills and westwards over the rolling Borders countryside towards Hume Castle and Eildon Hill.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect place to spend some quality time with those who matter the most or touring with your caravan or motorhome, the new site will offer the chance to get away from it all.
Invest in a dream destination
Coldstream Holiday Park will include modern holiday caravans and glamorous glamping pods with hot tubs, plus scenic pitches to choose from, when it opens in October. Holidaymakers can book a hard-hat tour of the site now for the unique opportunity to pick your perfect end-of-row plot off-plan and check out the show caravans on site.
From short breaks and family get-togethers to active breaks and special occasions, the park is the perfect base for exploring this amazing region or just getting away from it all.
Coldstream is brimming with famous historical stories and icons, from the forming of the world-famous Coldstream Guards Regiment to the site of the historic 1513 Battle at nearby Flodden Field, the famous Coldstream Bridge and the Marriage House which pre-dates Gretna Green.
Just steps away from your holiday home you can walk back into an 18th-century English garden on the Hirsel Country Estate – you don’t have to travel far to enjoy some of the region’s finest visitor attractions.
“Being the main sponsor of the Hirsel Golf Club, one of the finest and friendliest 18-hole parkland golf courses in the country, means we can offer our guests a wide range of brilliant stay-and-play options – watch this space!” says a holiday park spokesman.
“Some of the finest salmon fishing beats in the country are also located nearby and walkers are spoiled for choice with a wealth of superb walking routes on hand.
“Cycle at your pace on the quiet open roads of Berwickshire. Or if losing yourself is hoping for the ‘rub of the green’, there is always a game on at Coldstream Bowling Club or maybe serve a winner at the delightfully set Lennel Tennis Club.
“Then round the day off with family and friends by your barbecue, a takeaway, or enjoy a meal on the high street, just a short walk from the park entrance.”
If you would like to find out more, call Sharon or Yvonne on 01361 884075 or email [email protected] for a friendly chat.