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.
Naturally the whole of the caravan park is immaculately maintained, as are each if the individual pitches. We are proud to say that Crosslaw has been owned by the same family since 1963 through many generations, and continues to exceed both guests and clients expectations, whether staying with us for a short break, or as a holiday home owner. Now celebrating its Golden Jubilee after fifty years of innovation and impeccable service, Crosslaw Park is renowned for its high standards, great location and proud heritage. Come and celebrate with us this year!
Whether you choose to stay with us at Crosslaw in a touring caravan, tent or become one of our cherished residents, you’ll love the well-appointed facilities we have to offer you, while open eleven months of the year, such as a launderette with commercial sized machines and an on-site shop stocking Calor Gas products. There’s a safe children’s play area and tranquil woodland walks. We have WiFi Internet access to keep you in touch with the office, update your social media pages with your holiday photos, or plan your next outing in the Borders and Northumberland.
The local region is awash with history and places of stunning natural beauty. From the craggy shores of Berwickshire to the golden sandy World Heritage beaches of North Northumberland, and the crenelated silhouettes of Bamburgh, Lindisfarne and Alnwick castles: History is alive and vibrant right across the region. For star gazers, the Northumberland National Park has a new observatory where the stars shine all the more brightly without the glare of light pollution at night; and through the day you can revel in the beauty of nature, bird and wildlife watching, walking, sailing or cycling.
An hour to the North of Crosslaw Park you will find the exquisite Georgian architecture and famous conviviality of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. An hour to the south, and you’ll discover the bright lights of the entertainment capital of the North East, Newcastle. From the east end of Hadrian’s Wall at Walls end to the western end at Carlisle, this famous Roman boundary can be walked or cycled across its full length. Punctuated by Roman fortresses and outposts, such as Vindolanda and Housesteads, the wall and its excavated ruins can be visited throughout the year.