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From 16.30 Per Night Based On 2 Adults


Contact: Shona Irving
Telephone: 01387 375587
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Lidalia Caravan Park

Newcastketon, Scotland



Lidalia is an award-winning site for touring caravans, offering comprehensive facilities. Set in the heart of the village of Newcastleton, population 800, the site is within walking distance of all the village's many amenities. A beautiful landscaped 3 acre flat site, all pitches are hard-standing, some set around the two pretty duck ponds, whilst others are adjacent to a wooded hill inhabited by red squirrel. It is a family site run by a local border family Eddie & Isobel Rutherford.

Hot & cold showers
Bottled gas available on site
Fishing in area
Dog Walks
Golf Course near site
Disabled facilities
Electric mains supplied to all pitches
Pitches all hardstanding
Bank in village
Heated utility block
Three Restaurants in village
Post office in village
Open all year
Waste disposal
Near pubs & shops
Good walks from site
Green Bowling near site

Just hitch up your van, leave your stressful world behind. Find the secret valley of the River Liddel, written about by Sir Walter Scott, John Buchan and William Wordsworth. Newcastleton was set up by the Duke of Buccleuch in 1793, as a scenic model village, laid out on a grid system. Today it stands not just as an architectural model but as a social model of how a lot of us would like to live. It is a real village, with a strong sense of community and of its history. The area has an association with the Armstrong and the Elliot Clans, the latter of whom have a four yearly gathering in Liddesdale. The Liddesdale Heritage Association run the Liddesdale Heritage Centre and Museum, which displays the colourful history of the region and its people.

The Village nestles comfortable in the arms of the surrounding hills. A short walk from the caravan site will take you to a vantage point, which will enable you to view the model layout of the village and to soak up the quiet stillness of the moors. For the active, the area offers excellent walking, fishing, golfing, orienteering, and horse riding. The roads around the area are quiet and good for cycling.

Another short walk from the Caravan Site takes you into the heart of the village and its many simple but sufficient amenities. It has small friendly shops and services that supply the locals and who will tend to your needs with the same courteous openness that they offer to their regulars. The food in the local hostelries is excellent, and reasonably priced. One pub offers a take away food service. Whilst fresh meat can be bought from the local butcher, who also has some good pre-prepared dishes. Fresh bread and pies can be got from both the Bakers and the Mini-market.

Booking enquiries for Lidalia Caravan Park

To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at Lidalia Caravan Park.

Contact Shona Irving on 01387 375587 or fill in the form below.