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Wansbeck View 2

(Ref. 1096067)

Ashington, Northumberland Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 6 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Swimming pool
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Seaside

Reviews & Ratings

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  • lovely (11)
  • beach (9)
  • views (9)
  • great (8)
  • caravan (8)
  • location (7)

20 Customer Reviews

  • "Property listed as "accessible" but, whilst the property was in itself perfectly fine, the access was not and I feel the listing was very misleading."

    There is no direct vehicle access to this property and the nearest parking, if you can manage to park there, is some 50 metres away across predominently uneven grass. Totally unsuitable for wheelchairs so don't be mislead. This Holiday Park is poorly designed and does not cater adequetly for disabled users and the provision of direct vehicle access and hard standing next to every accomodation is essential.

    Reviewed by Howard4.4Jul 2024

  • "I booked this getaway at short notice to take my father-in-law on a respite break."

    I was delighted with the property location, offering stunning views of the coastline and allowing me to walk my dogs on the near deserted beach. I would certainly return!

    Reviewed by Herbert5.0Nov 2023

  • "All issues should been checked or rectified before we arrived and so the ..."

    all issues should been checked or rectified before we arrived and so the property not being properly cleaned or maintained- this has had huge impact on our stay and we try to be out as much as possible due to the uncleanliness & irritating drone of noise from fridge - i am requesting a full refund as i have reported to you every day each time issue been found & we have wasted so much time contacting you or parkdean & vicky along with discomfort being in such dirty property it has ruined our time away from home which we paid good money for - this property should not be allowed to let on such poor standard the most basic need of any accommodation is it being clean & this is filthy along with inconvenience of not being able to properly control oven cook meals, having no heating or hot water or being able cook for hours, dog bags poo being left outside it’s disgusting-

    Reviewed by Tracy1.3Oct 2023

  • "Super location - well situated for exploring the area."

    The views and proximity to the beach were excellent. All very comfortable, clean and tidy.

    Reviewed by John5.0Oct 2023

  • "Amazing stay."

    Caravan emaculate, definitely would come again and recommend. Beach lovely. Good facilities. Friendly staff and lovely people.we and our dog thoroughly enjoyed our time

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Sep 2023

  • "Great position with nice views of the estuary and beach."

    Caravan was spotlessly clean, comfortable and well equipped.

    Reviewed by Linda4.7Jul 2023

  • "We had a very quiet and relaxing holiday ."


    Reviewed by Caroline5.0Jun 2023

  • "The location was perfect."

    We had a lovely week walking the dogs on the beech and sitting on the veranda just admiring the view and bird watching. We were very comfortable. We were surprised that there was no dishwasher. Thats why you score 3 in cleanliness. Following Covid I guess we are all on our guard with this sort of thing. The kitchen utensils were minimal but we made do. Some kitchen tongs and another non stick pan would be welcome. Unfortunately , the one time we needed the laundrette it was out of order but we found one in Blyth. All that aside me and my family had a wonderful week and feel very revived by the beautiful Northumberland coast. Thankyou. Debra

    Reviewed by Debra4.1May 2023

  • "Lovely caravan in a lovely situation."

    Very comfortable Great for dogs and children Great access for walks and the beach All round great find Just needed a bit more info to actually find it initially.

    Thank you so much for your feedback and comments. I appreciate you drawing attention to the issue of providing a bit more information to support initially to find Wansbeck View 2. I will liaise with Sykes to provide more detailed directions and advice on how to get directions from the site. I am so happy that you found the caravan lovely and comfortable and of course so well located. Happy New Year. Maria Property Owner

    Reviewed by Jennifer5.0Dec 2022

  • "The caravan is lovely, the setting is wonderful, the views fantastic."

    Unfortunately we had a few problems. We arrived on the 12th Nov, on visiting the Park Dean office the following day, we discovered the site was closing down on the 13th until March next year. So most of the facilities we believed to be included in the price had now been taken away from us. No swimming pool, no restaurant, no shop. We consider this misrepresentation. Also, maintenance work was taking place on the site, particularly on the caravan pitch next to ours. Noisy machines at 8.30am. tractors parked at the front of the caravan, blocking the view. On one occasion the road to the caravan was completly blocked by a cement mixer. We arrived on a Saturday afternoon. Monday we had been out all day, returning at 4pm. The heating was on, everything was fine. But by 6pm we noticed it was getting cold. The boiler was out. By process of elimination we discovered BOTH gas bottles were empty. The only contact number we had was Sykes Office in Chester, which obviously was closed by now. We did not have a contact number for the owner or the ParkDean Office, which was also closed. What do we do? We thought of a hotel for the night, but we had a dog with us, not many hotels take dogs. So we hunkered down and made the best of it with extra clothes and duvets. BUT IT WAS COLD! Early the following morning we found, close by, a Premier Inn which had a Cookhouse Restaurant attached to it. The Restaurant accepted dogs, although Premier Inn didn't. But we were able to get warm and enjoy a full breakfast. Whilst spending hours on the phone to Sykes. It became apparent that Skyes were unable to contact the owner. We drove back to the caravan with the intention of packing up and going home. But, we called in at the Park Dean Office to see what they could do. They refused my offer of money for a gas bottle, said they would install one straight away but would contact the owner. By the time I arrived back at the caravan, the owner was on the phone, asking if everything had been sorted out. I explained it was in the process but did ask why BOTH gas bottles were empty. She saId it was a breakdown in communication and offered me compensation. This has not been forthcoming. But why hadn't Sykes been able to contact her previously? We stayed and contined to have a wonderful holiday, but all the above was really unnecessary and could have been sorted out in minutes if not hours. Conclusion Sykes have serious communication promlems and are unable to quickly resolve a problem. Park Dean were wonderful and couldn't have done better.

    Reviewed by Christine3.4Nov 2022

  • "Top marks for cleanliness throughout the van and comfort of bed and sofas."

    The views from inside the van and from the deck are just awesome: up the estuary and seaward to Blyth. The ramp into van (instead of steps) was also appreciated as I have some mobility issues. Double bedroom space however was rather challenging for me though can clearly see the limited space on website photos so should have expected it. Didnt need the heating on much as the van gets sun most of the day so was lovely and cosy.... our cat Lulu laid there on the ottoman and soaked it up! Ideal plot on very nice site, easy access to walk the beach and for takeaways nearby. hope to be able to return. Many thanks to owner and Sykes for a great stay.

    Reviewed by Heather4.4Oct 2022

  • "We are just back from 5 days here."

    We loved it. the accommodation was immaculate. it had everything. we took cleaning products but already there. perfect location right on the beach. our bulldog loved it and so many walks. night skies were amazing. Wi-Fi was ok, not the best but did us as only 3mbs. Thankyou to the owners as we will def book again and had everything we could want. even a torch. heating was good also and the shower well we didn't want to get out. Thankyou again.

    Reviewed by John5.0Oct 2022

  • "Stunning view."

    Large decking ideal for young children to play as has a gate! Very clean and comfortable. Highly recommend. Gabriella Jones

    Reviewed by Maria5.0Aug 2022

  • "Brilliant caravan, located in a lovely quiet spot on site, overlooking the estuary and fantastic views out to sea."

    The large secure decking is great for kids young and old to relax safely. The bedrooms are a little small but this didn’t impact our enjoyment. There is an entertainment programme on site but we only took advantage of the pool and restaurant, the pool was lovely but you have to book your sessions. The Restaurant served good ‘pub’ standard food. Would recommend this accommodation.

    Reviewed by Margaret5.0Jul 2022

  • "Lovely Caravan in a great location on the park."

    The caravan was well equipped with everything we needed and the owner was very helpful with any questions we had.

    Reviewed by Iona5.0Jul 2022

  • "Overall, a lovely caravan in a great location."

    We had a good view of the coast. What was needed was a map of the site as we struggled to find our caravan. Emailing a map out would have been good. We did need to rewash the cups as they were stained and one was cracked. It would have been good to have had dish cloths and some sort of vacuum cleaner- even just a push one for the carpet as the brush was unsuccessful.

    Reviewed by Elizabeth4.7Jul 2022

  • "Great accomodatjon in a brilliant location."

    Lots of facilities and a beach closeby.

    Reviewed by Alex5.0Jun 2022

  • "Lovely accomodation in perfect setting, amazing views and minutes from wonderful dog friendly beach."

    Lodge is very comfortable with good cooking facilites and wi fi was perfect throughout. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by Howard5.0Jun 2022

  • "Had a great long weekend."

    The caravan was lovely, great position in quiet bit of the park. Weather was great so made the most of the decking and the views. Welcome gifts were a nice surprise and we all had a fantastic break.

    Reviewed by Neil5.0Jun 2022

  • "Fantastic break."

    Accommodation as advertised and lovely host. Positioned in a quiet part of the site with unobstructed views of the sand dunes and sea.

    Reviewed by Bill5.0Apr 2022

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  • Single-storey
  • Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed
  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer
  • TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen inc.
  • Ample parking
  • Large L shaped decking area with ramp and gate with furniture
  • Pet-friendly
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0.1 mile, beach 0.8 miles
  • Note: On-site facilities include: Bar/restaurant, convenience shop, Costa Coffee, entertainment venue, takeaway, adventure playground, kids' clubs, soft play area, amusement arcade, multi-sports court, indoor swimming pool, launderette
  • Note: This property is suitable for those with limited mobility

The property

Resting in a fantastic holiday park close to Newbiggin-By-The-Sea Northumberland, is this welcoming detached, single-storey holiday home of Wansbeck View 2.

A wonderful setting for a family of six, Wansbeck View 2 not only boasts access to a variety of on-site facilities.

Wansbeck View 2 has stunning views, and overlooks Sandy Beaches and Wansbeck Estuary, and is situated on Northumberland’s coast.

Discover handy parking on arrival, so you can park up and easily unload your luggage into the property, which is also owing to the ramp up to the decking.

Enter the holiday home to find a bright open-plan living space, filled with natural light from the floor-length windows, which also perfectly frame those countryside and sea views.

Move across the space to the kitchen, which is fitted with everything you need to cook up a feast for all to enjoy at the neighbouring dining table.

The sitting area is perfect for relaxing, with its TV being ideal for movie nights; the space also offers a sofa bed, for flexible sleeping arrangements.

When day turns to night, move to the rear of the property to find three lovely bedrooms, with two of these offering twin beds, and the latter featuring a double; the bedrooms share access to a handy shower room and a cloakroom.

In the morning, be sure to soak up those stunning, coastal views from the comfort of the wrap-around decking, before venturing into the park to discover what facilities it has to offer.

Sandy Bay Holiday Park offers everything you need for a self-catered holiday, from its on-site shop, launderette and bar/restaurant to its kids' activities, entertainment venue and indoor swimming pool; there is something for everyone here, without the need to go far!

Venture into Ashington to discover the wildlife-rich area of the Community Woodland, embark on a leisurely stroll through Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, or tour the renowned Woodhorn Museum.

For some fun on the coast, travel 1.5 miles into Newbiggin-By-The-Sea, where a beautiful beach with views of the famed Couple Statue, the fascinating Newbiggin Maritime Centre and Newbiggin Golf Club await.

If an outing in the city is more your style, you're in luck, as Newcastle is a scenic drive away, whilst the delights of Alnwick, Blyth and Morpeth are also within reach, offering their own selection of things to see and do

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £50.

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About the location


Morpeth 5.9 miles, Newcastle 17.7 miles, Alnwick 23.4 miles

Ashington is a fabulous town and one of the largest in Northumberland with a variety of attractions and amenities on offer. There are bustling markets decorated with bunting where visitors can purchase authentic goods from independent stalls, alongside food outlets serving local produce. Queen Elizabeth II Country Park is a beautiful spot with a picturesque lake, whilst Ashington Community Woodland is perfect for walkers and wildlife-watchers. Discover the town's farming and mining history in Woodhorn Museum, a former 19th-century coal mine now hosting local arts and relics. Ashington is also ideally located on the coast for the peaceful Newbiggin-by-the-Sea Beach, with a stunning bay home to Sean Henry's romantic Couple sculpture, whilst golfers can take to Newbiggen Golf Club for wonderful coastal views. The historic town of Morpeth is a short journey away for stylish bars, wandering through the pretty gardens in Carlisle Park and ancient architecture such as the medieval Chantry. Newcastle sits south of Ashington, renowned for fantastic nightlife, a variety of galleries and museums and guided tours through the fully preserved, WWII Victoria Tunnel. To the north lies Alnwick, a quaint market town with a fairy-tale castle and the lovely Alnwick gardens, where guests can stop for lunch in the unique treetop diner. Ashington is the perfect base to explore the best of Northumberland.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas