welcome to the Clennell Hall Riverside Holiday Park
A quiet, country caravan park in Northumberland; located in upper
Coquetdale, Alwinton near Rothbury. The
Park sits peacefully beside the Northumberland
National Park famed for its breathtaking beauty
and sparsely populated environment, with flora and fauna
in abundance. No busy roads or traffic nearby, just
the gentle bleating of sheep in the surrounding fields,
penetrates the tranquillity of this quiet, country retreat.
A paradise for walkers and cyclists and the ideal place to relax
Please note in accordance with instructions from the Government Clennell Hall Riverside Holiday Park is Closed.
Park facilities include:
- Specially designated area for tents,
tourers and motor homes with electric hook-up available:
click prices then print and book at the top of this page
- Laundry and washroom facilities
- Static Caravans for sale with full mains services
- Children’s Play Area
- Fishing opportunities nearby
- Dogs are welcome at the Park but must be on a short
lead and supervised
Static caravans on Park ready for investment
There are good value holiday homes ready for investment on Park all with double glazing and central heating.
To find out more and request a Park leaflet;
contact 0191 378 0146
here to email.
A feast of fairs and shows
The Coquet Valley offers fun and excitement throughout
the year with shows and attractions
to entertain everyone.
Traditional and colourful, these events include: the
Music Festival in Rothbury in mid-July, the Harbottle
Show which takes place on the first Saturday in
September followed by the largest and final event of
the season - the Alwinton Border Shepherds Show .
This annual event in Alwinton is usually held on the second Saturday in October
amidst the beautiful Coquetdale scenery. There are strong
traditions attached to this fiercely contested event
– who will win best ewe, best raspberry jam or
even best dressed walking stick?
Try the following walks in Rothbury
and Coquetdale – they’re wonderful!
Find out more about these wonderful walks contact the
Once Brewed Vistor Centre t: 01434 344396.
To discover the local culture, enjoy the walks and
traditional shows - why not stay at the Park? Please
click the links at the top of the page to view and print
our Booking Form and Price List.
Wish You Were Here?
A taste of Customer reaction:
- ‘We had fantastic weather, and really enjoyed
every minute - the setting is so peaceful’
- ‘Location, location, location, this holiday
park is situated in some of the most spectacular,
gorgeous countryside in the Northumberland National
Beauty, history, culture and inspiration
Alwinton is located in the Rothbury and Coquetdale
region and is an ideal base to discover historic castles,
stately homes and the magnificent Northumbrian coastline
- famed for it’s endless, unspoilt golden beaches.
You can also enjoy the spellbinding Hadrian's Wall and
the beauty of the Scottish Borders. Then there’s
Kielder Water and Forest Park and Alnwick Castle featuring
the stunning Alnwick Gardens – all magical and
easy to reach.
Rothbury – the ‘capital of Coquetdale’
The historic market town of Rothbury is a joy to visit
and only 9 miles east of Alwinton. Located in a beautiful
riverside setting, with the Simonside hills as a backdrop,
Rothbury boasts tea shops, cafes, antique shops and
a warm, friendly community true to Northumbrian tradition.
Cragside House – ‘A Wizard’s
Cragside House, located on craggy moors overlooking
Rothbury, is the creation of industrialist Lord William
Armstrong. Cragside was the first house in the world
to experience electricity derived by water power. Lord
Armstrong developed beautiful woodland, lakes and walks
surrounding Cragside. There’s a wooded labyrinth,
children’s adventure playground and stunning terraced
This National Trust treasure is a must to visit and
a great family day out.
Harbottle – steeped in legend and history
Harbottle village is a mile or so from Alwinton. The
ruins of a 12th century castle once owned by the Umfraville
family overlook the village. The castle played an important
part of the defences of the English border. Legend reveals
that there was once a plan to drain the Harbottle Lough,
but on hearing the following mysterious words of someone
who could not be seen – the plan was aborted!
||‘Let alone, let
Or a'll droon Harbottle
And the Peels
And the Bonny Holystone’
Holystone – Roman heritage
The ‘Five Kings’ are five stones to the
south of Holystone village, which span a line forty-six
feet in length. The Holy Well at Holystone is the site
of early Christian Baptisms and the source of Holystone's
water supply. A Celtic style cross resides in the centre
of the well and is dedicated to St. Paulinus. The 16th
century farmhouse, Woodhouse Bastle, sits menacingly
in the hillside as a reminder of the sometimes turbulent
history associated with the area.