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The natural choice - Springhouse Country Park

IMAGINE setting off on a Friday evening and arriving at your luxury holiday home before the sun goes down. Then relax, unwind, enjoy a glass of wine and watch the squirrels play in amongst the trees.

Springhouse is open for 11 months, so you can spend as much time in your home as you want. In summer you could base yourself there, even commuting to work, content that your family is enjoying a luxury lifestyle in a safe and healthy environment.

Nestling in a peaceful and pictur-esque forest with lots of wildlife and a variety of scenic walks, Springhouse is a beautiful retreat where you can choose a holiday home as comfortable and well-equipped as your own home.

There’s no compromise on quality – each home is beautifully fitted and furnished, with all the space you need to enjoy weekends, holidays or longer stays. Caravan holiday homes start from as little as £9,995 fully sited and there are some lovely pitches available with views towards Slaley Forest.

Peace and tranquillity can be enjoyed in the immediate surroundings. Alter-natively, there are close links to Hexham, Newcastle and the North-umberland National Park.


As well as vacant plots, a new 2010 Victory Ventura is available at £32,500, and a new Victory Vision at £29,995 (both 35x12 2 bed). Pre-owned homes include a 2005 ABI Brisbane 35x12 2 bed, £24,995; and a 1993 Atlas Chorus 32x12 2 bed, £11,995. ‘Try before you buy’ weekends are available, and the
park will arrange a VIP Tour on request.


Local amenities: A shop on site and newspapers can be ordered; other shops, supermarkets, banks and services  in Hexham (5 miles).
Health: GPs, dentists, opticians, pharmacies and hospital with A&E all in Hexham.
Transport: Nearest station Hexham on the Newcastle-Carlisle line. Four buses each way (Mon-Sat) from the B6306 at Slaley (about 1.5 miles) on Hexham-Consett route.
Food and drink: The Traveller’s Rest pub, near Slaley, is about a mile from the park. Other pubs, restaurants and takeaways in Hexham.
Entertainment: There are cinemas in Hexham and Consett (5.5 miles).


Hexham – There’s lots to see around Hexham, including the Abbey, Moothall, Border History Museum and Dilston Physic Garden, where you can discover the healing power of herbs and other plants.

Belsay Hall – Medieval castle with Jacobean mansion wing, a Greek revival villa, plus fantastic views and huge grounds, including the unique Quarry Garden. Art exhibitions and special events.


Springhouse Country Park, Slaley, Hexham, Northumberland NE47 0AW Tel: 01434 673241/676986 Email: [email protected] Web: www.springhousecaravanpark.co.uk

• Open March 1 to January 31
• Ground rent £1,995pa (8 month season) or £2,450 (11 month season)
• Bottled gas
• Pets permitted
• Wi-fi available (small charge)
• Owners’ lounge and library
• Play area
• Organised activities
• Dog walking areas

This review was published in the September 2010 issue of Park & Holiday Homes. To order your copy please click here

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