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Proctors Stead Self-catering, Camping and Caravan Site

Camping & Caravan Park

 

Campsite on the Northumberland Coast with camping facilities for tents and caravans

With all required facilities, including showers, toilets, laundry room and electric hook-ups

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Proctors Stead Caravan Park

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Proctors Stead Caravan & Camping Park

 

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Prices & Conditions

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ALL CARAVAN pitches are fully booked for:

Fri 29th and Sat 30th July; Thurs 4th, Fri 5th & Sat 6th Aug

ALL TENT pitches fully booked for:

Fri 29th & Sat 30th July

Thurs 4th, Fri 5th & Sat 6th Aug

Fri 12th & Sat 13th Aug

Fri 19th & Sat 20th Aug

Fri 26th, Sat 27th & Sun 28th Aug

 

Proctor's Stead is a small, friendly, family run caravan and camping park situated one mile from the sea and surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty. The park itself is a level, sheltered, well-kept green, catering for up to approx. 60 caravans and tents.

Facilities

Our facilities include spotlessly clean showers, toilets and washbasins with hot water (facilities are cleaned at least twice daily); power points for shavers and hairdryers; dishwashing area. We also have a coin-operated washing machine and separate tumble dryer. Electric hook-ups available - 10 amps.

Dogs are welcome on site. They are to be be kept on leads when on site and not allowed to roam. There is no designated dog walk area, however there are numerous walks and footpaths close to the park. All dogs should be exercised off-site. Owners are asked to be responsible and clean up after their pets when in/near the caravan park or the village.The Cottage Inn and The Jolly Fisherman both allow dogs into the bar areas.

Milk, eggs, cream and fresh orange are available from us during the day. The nearest shop is in Embleton about two miles away. Craster is famous for its kippers and has a wonderful seasonal seafood restaurant, as well as a pub which over looks the sea. For those who do not wish to cook, The Cottage Inn is only a short stroll away. The Craster Restaurant (Robsons) is always worth a visit for fish and seafood (seasonal opening Easter- end Sept/Oct) and The Jolly Fisherman in Craster is very popular too. The Cottage Inn and The Jolly Fisherman both allow dogs into the bar areas.

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