Here’s 10 top reasons you should consider Coldstream Holiday Park when looking to buy a static caravan or holiday home.
Coldstreams unique location, right on the Scottish / English border gives you access to two outstanding counties. The Fantastic Scottish Borders and Magnificent Northumberland, both share a rich history which has helped shape the landscape and distinct culture we see there today. From Coldstream you can easily explore both of these gems with historic castles, stately homes and estates. Untouched stretches of rolling countryside, moorlands and beaches. Not to mention great towns within 20 miles like, Coldstream, Kelso, Eyemouth, Berwick, Bamburgh and Holy Island to name only a few.
Boasting a great range of local amenities Coldstream caters for all. Only a short walk from the park you will discover fantastic independent Cafes, Pubs, Restaurants and Takeaways. All serving good quality food and drink at reasonable prices. Suppliers of local produce in addition to a well stocked Co-op means you can buy what you need when you are here so no need to worry if you forget anything. There’s plenty to keep the kids busy in town, including a fantastic play park in the centre and a soft play for rainy days. There’s even a petrol station and electric vehicle charging point so you don’t need to worry about fuel when exploring the area.
18 hole Parkland Course 5 minutes from Coldstream Holiday Park – A hidden gem. Tucked away on the edge of the idyllic Hirsel Estate, The Hirsel Golf Club is open for members and visiting golfers to enjoy. Founded in 1948, this magnificent 18 hole course is one of the finest examples of traditional parkland golf in Scotland and extends a warm welcome to visitors from far and near. The Hirsel’s Professional Shop has a wide selection of equipment, clothing and accessories, as well as some excellent offers on golf lessons and coaching deals. There are also some superb Visitor Golf Packages available.
In addition to the Hirsel, there are 6 other Golf Courses within a 30 minute drive from Coldstream Holiday Park.
With no better a fishing experience in Scotland, no river in Europe more productive than the Eastern Borders. With the advice of knowledgeable ghillies, ‘ tight lines ‘ are likely. The Tweed is one of the greatest Atlantic salmon rivers, with opportunities to fish on some of the legendary beats and pools around Coldstream via the Tweedbeats and Fishtweed websites (for salmon) and the Coldstream & District Angling Association (for trout). The Park overlooks the river from its superb elevated position, and will therefore appeal to the lifestyle of the avid fisher.
Take part in many fantastic events organised throughout the year in the area including, Open Air Concerts, Rallies, Civic Week Celebrations. Not to mention Walking, Cycling, Book and Arts Festivals. There are a whole range of events held throughout the year, from small to large scale events such as Michael Buble or the Pro Claimers performing at Floors Castle. We guarantee you will find something for all ages and interests.
Our 11 ½ month (50 week) season allows you to enjoy your holiday investment through all seasons, from early March through to mid Feburary you can enjoy the peace and quiet of your private holiday home or get out and enjoy the great range of events and activities available. Keep an eye on our Blog or subscribe to our Newsletter for regular updates on events across the region.
Coldstream caters for all ages whether you are staying as a retired couple or visiting with a younger family there is always something to do and see. With fantastic access to some of the UK’s best countryside, estates and great vibrant towns there is something for everyone. A great place to learn about wildlife and the countryside, discover the rich history and the area and embrace the distinct cultures.
With everything on offer its hard to imagine how it could get any better? But it does have one more arrow in its quiver, while Coldstream, the Scottish Border and Northumberland have so much to offer, they are not hindered by over crowding as other hot spots like the Lake District or Central Highlands. You can enjoy everything the area has to offer without the constant worry of traffic, parking or ques.
Coldstream can be accessed by car in just over an hour from Edinburgh and Newcastle Upon Tyne. A pleasant drive through stunning countryside with a relatively low amount of traffic. There are also rail links to Berwick upon tweed and busses from there.
Finally, we have a number of breath taking holiday home pitches for you to choose from. With iconic views across the river Tweed toward the Cheviot and Eildon hills, find your own slice of paradise with the perfect caravan to match. Enjoy open views with sunny South to South West aspects. Each pitch benefits from BH & HPA Licence agreement, piped Gas, Water & 32 amp electric, Elevated views, private parking and space for decking. Last few pitches from phase 2 available now with phase 3 due to open spring 2024. View our current sales range here or contact Brian on 01890 234 955 / email@example.com to help you find your perfect static caravan, lodge or holiday home.