The dream of owning your own holiday home in the stunning surroundings of the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland can be yours!
Touring & Camping
Make the most of your precious holiday time in the tranquil surroundings of The Scottish Borders and North Northumberland at Crosslaw Park.
Discover the spectacular beauty and romantic history of the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland from the secluded sanctuary of Crosslaw Park. Set in the verdant rolling countryside of glorious Berwickshire, Crosslaw has been awarded four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board, and is the perfect location for a relaxing family holiday, throughout the year.
With twenty-two acres of perfect parkland, including three hundred pitches and well-tended grounds, Crosslaw is a real home from home, where you can forget the cares of everyday life, and get down to some real relaxation. Located right beside the lovely Berwickshire village of Coldingham, and just one mile from the stunning costal village of St Abbs, Crosslaw Park sets the standard for quality, service and location.
Take An Aerial Tour of Crosslaw Caravan Park
Explore and discover the Scottish Borders
Crosslaw Park is the perfect location for a luxurious holiday home. Set within lovingly tended parkland of twenty-two acres, non of the static homes at Crosslaw are available for rent, so there is a real sense of community here…It really feels like home!
Kick Back and Relax
With live music and entertainment
TOURING CARAVANS & CAMPING
Today, more than ever, a break from the stresses and strains of modern living is the tonic we all need! Take time out in the beautifully maintained, twenty-two acre Crosslaw Park, to feel like you’ve had a real luxury touring holiday experience. The campsite is four star rated by Visit Scotland, and has the safe surroundings, space and tranquillity to refresh mind and body.
Easy to get to via the A1, the campsite in Coldingham is approximately an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh and Newcastle. This location makes it a real winner with visitors travelling to the Scottish Borders, as it is calm and restful; yet close enough to the bright lights of the city for a day-trip.