We took our three children away here in the summer for a week. We stayed in a gold plus caravan - which was well set out and a very nice van. It was very spacious and up in the quieter corner of the park near most of the live in residents. The park was small but had all the usual things to keep kids amused, swimming, park etc. We were a short walk from the beach which was lovely and we were lucky with the weather. The park was nicely central to many places we visited i.e Bamburgh castle. We didn't eat at the places on site so we couldn't comment on that. We paid just over £400 for a really big van with most of the extras that make it a comfortable week away. The entertainment passes were included and we felt it was good value for money and a nice week spent in a lovely part of the country. We would definitley consider going back again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the southern end of a beautiful six-mile stretch of the sweeping sand that is Druridge Bay, Cresswell Towers is perfect for family holidays. Start the day with a dip in the pool or maybe you fancy going for a walk in the Cheviot Hills or the woods nearby. Later on get ready for some great family evening Entertainment. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cresswell Towers Holiday Park - Park Hotel Cresswell
- Cresswell Towers Holiday Park - Park Resorts Northumberland