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Sandy Bay Holiday Park
North Seaton
Ashington
Northumberland

NE63 9YD | View map
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Enjoy spectacular cliff top views of the sandy beach or take a stroll along the nearby River Wansbeck. A drive along the coast brings you to wide open sandy beaches, pretty seaside towns and ancient castles.

On the Park, itís fun for everyone! Splash around in the indoor swimming pool, challenge the family to a game of pool or darts, or enjoy a walk around the Koi Carp Lake. In the evening, enjoy a delicious meal or a relaxing drink in the Boathouse Bar & Restaurant before going on to The Beach Showbar for a sparkling line up of entertainment.

Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Sandy Bay is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.

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Nearest Train Station: Morpeth
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Star
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