Experts in camping and caravanning holidays

Forget-Me-Not Country Park

Forget-Me-Not Country Park

England, Northumbria, Northumberland, Morpeth

Tel:  
01670 788364
fax:  
01670 788715
Open (touring pitches):  
1 March - 31 October.

Ref: UK5752

Alan Rogers Review

Forget-Me-Not is a quiet caravan park situated about a mile from the village of Longhorsley. When we visited (May 2013) the park was in the process of being acquired by a new owner with plans to make much needed improvements throughout. There are 144 caravan holiday homes and 97 touring pitches, 23 of which are for short stays and separately located in an open grassy field which is slightly undulating and bordered by hedges and trees. All touring pitches have hardstandings, electricity, water and waste water. The restaurant serves meals on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and every day during school holidays.

As well as enjoying the unspoilt beaches and small fishing villages, there are plenty of interesting places to visit in the area, including Coquet Island, the Farne Islands, Dunstanburgh, Warkworth and Alnwick castles.

Facilities

The modern heated toilet block is well maintained. There is a steep step into the showers. Family room with separate toilet, shower and bath. The bath can be used by disabled visitors and there is a separate toilet but no shower. Laundry facilities. Restaurant (open daily during school holidays, weekends at other times). Takeaway (daily when busy, otherwise Fridays and Saturdays). Bar with satellite TV. Games room. Football field. Adventure playground. Children’s club (Sat). WiFi planned.

  • American Motor Homes
  • Bar on Site
  • Seaside Beach Nearby
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Golf Nearby
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Riding Nearby
  • Restaurant
  • Shop Nearby
  • Takeaway Food
  • TV on Site
  • Pets allowed

Location

Directions

From A1 take A697 just north of Morpeth. In Longhorsley site is signed. Turn left down a lane and take care at a very sharp bend. There is a road off to the right and you will see the park, but there is no indication of it before the sharp bend.