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Budle Bay sits 2 miles north of the spectacular village of Bamburgh, with its coastal castle dominating 16 miles of golden sand dunes and beaches, and 200 metres from the mud flats of Budle Bay which are renowned for their bird life. 

Situated within a picturesque tree lined valley with a small river flowing alongside us, Budle Bay is a friendly, quiet, low-key site catering to touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans, trailer tents and tents on both grass pitches and hard standing. Our huts and bunkhouse are also available for couples, families and solo travellers looking for a camping experience with a few more home comforts. We also regularly host school and youth groups and play host to a local archaeological field school every summer. We have a large variety of pitch sizes and customisable options for your booking to ensure you can find the pitch that suits your needs.

We are a green site in every sense; our power and hot water is from renewable energy, mostly generated on site. We recycle or compost all waste and we have many areas on site left to grow wild for our local wildlife, including red squirrels, several wild bee hives, herons and a visiting otter. We operate as a dark sky site, providing breathtaking stargazing opportunities and even the occasional view of the Northern Lights.

If you are looking for a no frills, peaceful and nature filled getaway then Budle Bay is the perfect site for you.

Photo by Vince Vall, taken at Budle Bay Campsite

After many years of campaigning for an extension to the coastal path, and offering our land for the route, we’re now thrilled that it has finally come to our beautiful corner of the North East coast and goes directly past Budle Bay Campsite. The coast and countryside of Northumberland are now more accessible than ever to walkers.

​We offer special rates for walkers and cyclists with tents but no cars – when booking online look for the “walker / cyclist” pitches.

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