Welcome to Kaims Country Park
Our luxury caravan park is situated just a stones throw from the historic charms of Bamburgh Castle, and the golden shores of the North Northumberland coastline. The excellent location of The Kaims Country Park close to the A1 makes travel to and from the site exceedingly easy.
Situated near the village of Bamburgh, and the historic market towns of Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed, the park is the ideal location from which to discover the stunning natural beauty of Northumberland, and the Scottish Borders. Stroll along the pristine golden shores of the World Heritage Coastline, enjoy the many first class golf courses locally, try sailing, cycling, bird and wildlife watching, or just find a tranquil moment to watch the world go by. However you choose to spend your holidays at The Kaims, you’ll love every minute of it.
Stay with us at The Kaims and you’ll experience the unique luxury surroundings, tranquillity, and beauty of historic Northumbria. The park is surrounded by rolling verdant countryside, so you can rest assured that your precious holiday time will be a wonderfully relaxing experience, right from the start.
Here at The Kaims we take your relaxation seriously, and offer a superb selection of new and pre-owned holiday homes for sale on display. When you choose to purchase a luxury holiday home in our beautiful park you get all the superb extras that come with real five star luxury; A home from home in picturesque surroundings, a safe environment with round the clock security, a full time park warden, a bright and spacious purpose built club house with a restaurant and a shop.
Holiday homeowners at The Kaims Country Park enjoy monthly events and entertainment, which are open to all. These include live music evenings, race nights, quiz nights, cheese and wine parties, children’s parties, family fun days, and even day trips! The restaurant in the clubhouse is available for private hire with up to fifty covers, a mouth-watering menu, and air conditioning. Carefully maintained and well appointed, the site is ideal for families, with ample space for children to play in safety.
Out and About
Located on the World Heritage Coastline of Northumberland, The Kaims offers an unparalleled setting from which to discover and explore the wealth of local history and stunning natural beauty.
Just moments form The Kaims Country Park rises the iconic edifice of Bamburgh Castle, standing guard over the once plundered shores, and the quiet village below. Northumberland is a veritable treasure trove of crenelated castles, non more significant in the history of this ancient county than Alnwick. Seat of the Percy family, Lords of Northumbria, Alnwick Castle is not only an ancient fortress of special interest to historians, but also a family home, and a location for many a famous film; Notably including the Harry Potter films, Elizabeth, and Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. Jane, The Duchess of Northumberland is an avid gardener, and has created one of the most celebrated gardens in Europe. Alnwick Castle Gardens has the largest tree house in Europe, and magnificent water-features, as well as a one-of-a-kind poison garden.
Gaze from the battlements of Bamburgh to catch a glimpse of Lindisfarne, known to locals as Holy Island, which is the birthplace of Christianity in England. Famed for its abbey, castle, and meade, Lindisfarne is a tidal island, arrived at by a causeway from the mainland. After falling into disrepair the castles fortunes were revived by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and the garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll. Both the castle and the ruins of the abbey can be visited throughout the year.
To the north of The Kaims lies Berwick-upon Tweed. This delightful Borders market town has been prominent in both Scots and English history, which can be seen in the magnificent Elizabethan fortifications, and superb panoramic views of Holy Island and Bamburgh to the south. A favourite holiday destination of the famous Mancunian artist L.S. Lowry, Berwick has many attractions to offer the visitor, including its elegant Georgian architecture mingled with ancient stone town walls and battlements, from which one can watch the swans on the mouth of the Tweed. Enjoy the theatre, cinema, swimming pool, cafés, restaurants and boutiques, as well as the sheltered sandy beaches, cliff top golf course and friendly welcome.
From Berwick, flit cross the border, and in a little under an hour you’ll discover the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Known for its jutting castle perched high atop a volcanic bluff, elegant skyline and coastal location, Edinburgh is a truly delightful city, full of life and history. Take a tour through the Old Town up to the castle, or walk through the Georgian elegance of New Town, with immaculate garden squares and stately appeal. With many galleries and museums to visit, Edinburgh is fascinating at any time of year: In summer the Edinburgh Fringe Festival brings visitors from every corner of the world, and in the winter the Christmas festivities and Hogmanay are just as popular. You’ll find fabulous shopping, cafés and restaurants, as in any capital city, but only Edinburgh has the Royal Yacht Britannia, Holyrood Palace, Arthur’s Seat, the Scottish Parliament, plus Portobello and its big family friendly sandy beach.
While Edinburgh is the Scottish cultural capital, Newcastle is the English entertainment centre. From it’s coal dust covered past has sprouted a glitzy city that loves to entertain. With impressive galleries such as the Baltic, amazing music venues including the Sage, theatres, awesome shopping, unique nightlife, plus the Millennium Eye Bridge, Quayside, and annual Tall Ships Race, Newcastle is the place to be.
From Newcastle’s bright lights travel west along Hadrian’s Wall which stretches from Wallsend to Carlisle and is punctuated with Roman forts including Vindolanda and Housesteads, which can be visited. The Northumberland National Park is but a short drive from the wall. Wildlife watchers and stargazers will enjoy a visit to this great park, which has a new observatory, sailing and cycling.
There is plenty to entertain in the local area of The Kaims Country Park, including many superb golf courses, trout and salmon fishing on the Tweed, sea angling, sailing, diving, horse riding, cycling and quad biking.
Directions To Kaims Country Park
From the north: Drive past Berwick-upon-Tweed on the A1, follow the road for approximately 20 minutes, until you pass Belford. Soon you’ll see a garage on the left hand side of the road called “Purdy Lodge”, take a left-turn at the garage onto the B1341 and see the “directions from the A1? section.
From the South: Drive past Alnwick on the A1, follow the road for approximately 15 minutes, on the right hand-side you will see “Purdy Lodge”. Take a right hand turn immediately before Purdy Lodge onto the B1341 and see our “directions from the A1 section”.
Directions from the A1:
When on the B1341 follow the road past the Lucker turnoff. After the Lucker turnoff, Kaims is the second right turn, along a small country road. You will see the Kaims gates on the right from this road