Seacote Park in Saint Bees

Welcome to Seacote Park in St Bees offering a choice of 2 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Seacote Park including Seacote Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Seacote Park online securely. Seacote Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Saint Bees or Cumbria & The Lakes.

Situated right next to the sea and the beautiful St Bees beach and surrounded by the dramatic rolling Cumbrian countryside, Seacote Park is the ideal place for an away from it all holiday. There is a beach shop and café adjacent to the park and nearby there is a 9 hole golf course. The sea cliffs are home to an RSPB bird reserve and the start of Wainwright’s Coast to Coast walk. The award winning village of St Bees has an 11th century priory and a general store and indoor swimming pools are at the nearby towns of Egremont and Whitehaven. The Georgian towns of Whitehaven and Cockermouth are within easy driving distance, the Lake District National Park is 6 miles away and Muncaster Castle and the Ravenglass-Eskdale Miniature Railway are 14 miles away. Early 3. 00pm check in. Seacote Hotel – bar, restaurant and occasional entertainment. Wi-Fi access (in hotel only). Beach shop with café and ice cream bar. Launderette. All facilities available for all dates. Fortnights – £40 off. Pay less for two weeks at Seacote Park: £40 off second and additional consecutive weeks taken in the same accommodation at any time of year. Twos - up to £25 off. If there are only two of you (or two with a baby up to 2 years at the time of travelling) staying in two bedroom accommodation - you save £25 off per week at any time of the year. Early Booking - up to £30 off. Save £30 per week and £15 per short break if booked before 7th January 2019.

Choose from two and three bedroom caravans.

  • TV
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Central heating
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2) (in specific caravans only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Seacote Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Single Sex Parties Welcome
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf Course
  • Beach Nearby
  • Family Entertainment
  • Café / Takeaway
  • Shop / Supermarket
  • Launderette
  • Fishing
  • Non Smoking
  • Pet(s) Allowed

Accommodation at Seacote Park

Seacote Puffin (Caravan)

Typical Seacote Puffin

Caravan with one double and one twin. One caravan is suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Seacote Sandpiper (Caravan)

Typical Seacote Sandpiper

Caravan with one double and two twin. Some with verandah.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms

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Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Rutger Geerling on 5th August 2019

We rented a trailer near the beach. Friendly people at reception. Very new and in good condition. Good working stove and showers and comfy bedding.Place is amazing, the playground for the kids is a lot of fun and the beach is huge and so nice with a lot of tide pools.Surf is gentle so even good for younger children.Plenty to do around St.Bees.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Geoff Hurst on 18th July 2019

We stayed at this campsite while doing the coast to coast walk in July 2019. The lady at reception was extremely friendly and helpful and immediately made us feel at home. The campsite facilities were extremely clean and the campsite was quiet. It was a lovely place to stay and would definitely stay again. Highly recommended.

Rated 3 out of 5 by Jon Skelton on 30th May 2019

Site with good views as some motorhome pitches overlook the beach. Short walk into St Bees village where you'll find a couple of good pubs serving food. Only criticism of the site is the condition of the toilet block; dated, not very clean and non functioning facilities.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Simon on 18th May 2019

Stopped here numerous times over the years , always enjoyed it , the caravans are well kept and clean , any issues are dealt with immediately The park is situated in the beautiful coastal village of St Bees .Ideal place for a family break and very dog friendly , no restrictions for dogs on the 1 mile long sandy beach .Highly recommend this park for anyone who wants a quiet few days by the coast .

Rated 5 out of 5 by James Holmes on 7th August 2019

Great park,unspoilt views of hills and St Bees head.A brilliant setup for exploring the Lakes.Fabulous..

Things to do near Seacote Park

If you're planning a day out during your stay at Seacote Park then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Seacote Park. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Seacote Park.

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St Bee's Beach, St. Bees - 0.8 Miles away

This is a magical beach – if you have young children, they will love searching the rock pools for starfish, crabs and small fish. Relax and soak up the dramatic scenery or take a walk along the coastline.

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Rockcliffe Beach, Rockcliffe - 26.7 Miles away

The beach at Rockcliffe has two very different aspects, depending on the state of the tide. Visit at high tide and the sea is close to the wall beside the road. At low tide, the nearest open water can be almost a mile away! Looking out from the shore one can see two islands; Heston Island, complete with lighthouse and cottages and Rough Island.

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Sandy Hills, Sandy Hills - 27.4 Miles away

Sandy Hills Beach is a very large, dog friendly sandy beach great for sunbathing, picnics and swimming. There is also a cafe and small shop behind the beach plus public toilets and large car park.

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Kippford , Kippford - 28.2 Miles away

Also known as Rough firth Beach, Kippford has a quaint picturesque beach made up almost entirely of cockle shells with some sand and shingle. The beach can be found at the end of a quiet coastal walkway and is also known as the Rough Firth Beach.

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Dow Crag & Coniston Walk, Coniston - 23 Miles away

Beginning with a cruise on Coniston Water, the walk then passes through woodland, mines and cliffs. At about 12 hours, the walk usually takes about 7 hours.

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Easedale Skyline Walk, Grasmere - 23.2 Miles away

The stunning views from the top of Helm Crag make the steep climb from Grasmere all the more worthwhile. The whole walk will talk approximately 7 hours to complete at about 9 miles long.

Location: Grasmere   More Details »

Loughrigg & Grasmere Walk, Ambleside - 26 Miles away

A guided walk with superb views of Windermere. You walk along Grasmere and the onto the famous 'Coffin Road' passing Rydal Mount and Rydal Hall.

Location: Ambleside   More Details »

Fairfield Horseshoe Walk, Ambleside - 26.1 Miles away

A circular walk starting in Ambleside and following the skyline reaches Faitfield summit. A walk of about 10 miles, giving you roughly 7 hours to enjoy the glorious scenery.

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Sandyhills to Rockcliffe Coastal Path, Sandyhills - 27.5 Miles away

Described as one of the finest coastal paths in Britain, with views over the Solway to Cumbria and the Isle of Man. Mostly a cliff top walk but with some bays at lower levels, this is a strenuous 3 hour walk best broken into 3 walks, having a car at either ends or use the local bus service.

Location: Sandyhills   More Details »

Dalbeattie Forest, Dalbeattie - 29.1 Miles away

Managed by Forest Enterprise there are over 10 miles of cycle trails linking Dalbeattie to Colvend, Sandy hills and Kippford. Enjoy view points across the Solway Firth to the Lake District along the clearly marked trails which are gentle and suitable for the whole family

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Overwater Hall, Cumbria - 22.6 Miles away

With a proven track record of excellent food based on both resident and non-resident comments and now also AA recognition.

Location: Cumbria   More Details »

The Jumble Room, Grasmere - 23.4 Miles away

A fresh little place where superb food, cooked to perfection, is served in warm and friendly surroundings. Small and busy, so booking is essential.

Location: Grasmere

Rothay Manor, Ambleside - 25.9 Miles away

Rothay Manor is an elegant country house hotel, with a well known restaurant, situated in the heart of the Lake District.

Location: Ambleside

The Priest Hole, Ambleside - 26.1 Miles away

Lovingly restored 16th century Kelsick Hall is the location of the Priest Hole restaurant, serving a Mediterranean and English menu, all freshly prepared in their own kitchen.

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Treats and eats café , Colvend - 27.4 Miles away

A spacious and warm café which is situated next door to Colvend Shop. The café is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the daily newspapers available, free WIFI whilst tucking into something from the menu of light lunches, homemade cakes and fresh coffee as well and having a collection of gifts and preserves.

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The Ark , Kippford - 27.8 Miles away

Seaside craft shop on the waterfront of the Galloway Riviera, selling gifts, cards and local fine foods. Hot and cold drinks are available with a small seating area outside. The destination of many a rambler, photographer, wildlife enthusiast, sailor and the family who are heading out for a picnic on the beach.

Location: Kippford   More Details »

Mariner Hotel, Kippford Village - 27.8 Miles away

The Mariner offers extensive lunch and evening meals in the bar or conservatory, one can also relax in the beer garden overlooking the marina and the Solway coastline, plus there’s also a children's play area in the garden to entertain the younger members of your party.

Location: Kippford Village

The Anchor Inn, Kippford village - 27.8 Miles away

The Anchor Hotel overlooks the estuary and offers outside tables to make the most of the fine views over the Urr estuary. The menu is heavily focused on local produce and seafood. The small cosy bar is warmed by a lovely open log fire in winter.

Location: Kippford village

Clonyard House Hotel, Colvend - 28 Miles away

Comfortable country house lounge bar offering a wide selection of ales and whiskies; there’s an informal restaurant and bar where meals are served every day with an interesting selection of wines from around the world. Children and pets are welcome with safe grounds for children to play in.

Location: Colvend

Cedar Manor, Windemere - 28.8 Miles away

Cedar Manor, built in 1854 and located in the heart of the Lake District, provides a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for a drink or meal after long walks in spectacular scenery.

Location: Windemere

Castle Restaurant, Kirkcudbright - 29.8 Miles away

A cosy informal restaurant whose name aptly reflects the impressive castle views which it enjoys. The food is imaginative and personally prepared by the chef proprietor, and served by friendly staff in an unobtrusive manner.

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Mirehouse and Gardens, Keswick - 19.7 Miles away

These large grounds include access to Bassenthwaite lake, a wildflower meadow, walled garden and path maze. For children, there are also four woodland adventure playgrounds. It is also a great place for a spot of bird watching and due to the importance placed on the sight, it will hopefully remain unspoilt for a long time to come.

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Lake District Coast Aquarium, Maryport - 16 Miles away

45 carefully themed and informative aquatic displays as well as an adventure playground, radio controlled boats and mini golf.

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South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness - 28.3 Miles away

Europe's most interactive animal park renowned for just how close you can get! You can hand feed giraffes, walk amongst and hand feed wallabies, kangaroos and many more. A truly memorable day out.

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World of Beatrix Potter, Bowness on Windermere - 28.9 Miles away

There is even more to see and do here now as it's just undergone a whole new refurbishment! Now all 23 of Beatrix Potter's tales are brought to life in three dimensions.

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Rookies Adventure Centre, Wigton - 29.2 Miles away

Wonderful fun for kids – the soft play area includes ball pools, climbing walls, giant ball arena and aerial runways. There are themed party rooms, a café and much much more.

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Lakes Aquarium , Ulverston - 29.9 Miles away

There are more than 30 spectacular, naturally themed habitats that show the diversity of life in the lakes including the menacing pike, eels, perch and many more.

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Muncaster Castle, Revenglass - 13.1 Miles away

The Pennington family home since at least 1208, this impressive castle is now open for all to see. Built on Roman foundations, modifications and enhancements have been made over time as the family became more entwined in Royalty and politics. The castle itself has played an extremely important role in shaping the course of British history. Visitors can now enjoy Sino-Himalayan gardens, a meadowole maze, the world owl centre, Muncaster Interactive, numerous walks and trails, a playground, a café and a plant centre – a wonderful day out for all.

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Wordsworth House & Garden, Cockermouth - 15.2 Miles away

At Wordsworth House you can meet the servants, help them with their daily jobs and cook historic goodies in the working Georgian kitchen, getting a real sense of life in the childhood home of the poet.

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Honister Slate Mine , Keswick - 17.6 Miles away

A fully guided tour into the mine itself is available several times a day, detailing the history and spectacular features of the mine. The tour also shows the current mine workings.

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RSPB Mersehead, Mersehead - 27.9 Miles away

Discover the breathtaking scenery and wildlife that's typical of this region. Explore the nature trails and the viewing hides at your own pace. In spring, the wet meadows fill with lapwings and skylarks, butterflies and wild flowers. You can also see roe deer. In the autumn, thousands of migrating barnacle and pink-footed geese arrive for the winter, creating an unmissable spectacle.

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Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park , Kickcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway - 29.4 Miles away

A fascinating wildlife park in a lovely setting of mixed woodland. Conservation of threatened and endangered species is the principle focus of this impressive park, protecting as they do nearly 150 animals. Spend some time in the remarkable enclosures and learn about their habitats.

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St Bee's Golf Club, St. Bees - 0.3 Miles away

Beautifully designed golf course by the sea for great views while you are playing a relaxing round. Established in 1906 by the school, the current course was built in 1929 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

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West Coast Indoor Karting, Mayport - 15.4 Miles away

Cumbria's premier karting arena for all ages and fun for all the family. Training provided as well as all safety gear needed to get you off to a flying start.

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Keswick Climbing Wall, Keswick - 20.2 Miles away

A huge indoor climbing wall in the Lake District catering for all ages. Always ring to check times and availabilities.

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Low Wood Watersports, Windermere - 27 Miles away

Watersports activity centre with a wide range of equipment available and a great location for waterskiing, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing – just a few of the activities on offer.

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Craigieknowes golf, Craigieknowes - 29.1 Miles away

A 9 hole Par 3 golf course set in the pleasant rural countryside near the holiday village of Kippford. Providing an interesting and relaxing game of golf for both beginners and more experienced golfers with golf club hire available. After your game one can enjoy some delicious snacks and light meals combined with a refreshment licence are provided in the Clubhouse.

Location: Craigieknowes

Climb 365 , Windermere - 29.3 Miles away

Climb 365 offers family adventure days which are specifically designed around the ages, abilities and needs of your family. Take a trip back into nature on these Cumbrian courses in climbing. Soak up the truly beautiful scenery as you battle with the elements!

Location: Windermere   More Details »

Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass - 12.2 Miles away

The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway runs for 7 miles from the coastal village of Ravenglass in the Western Lake District through two of Lakeland's loveliest valleys to Dalegarth.

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Cockermouth, Cockermouth - 15.3 Miles away

Cockermouth is a market town of some 7,000 inhabitants, which lies at the north western corner of the English Lake District, and holds lots of historic interest.

Location: Cockermouth

Theatre by the Lake, Keswick - 20 Miles away

The Theatre by the Lake runs all year round, producing and presenting professional shows. Famous for its views across Derwent Water, the theatre has 400 seats in the main house and a newly extended 100 seat studio.

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Keswick , Keswick - 20.3 Miles away

Keswick is a market town of about 5,000 inhabitants. It is in a fantastic setting between Derwent Water, Blencathra and Skiddaw. A favourite for Lakeland climbers and walkers.

Location: Keswick

Rockcliffe, Rockcliffe - 22.9 Miles away

A holiday area that historically favoured by the Victorians, with yachts in summer, walks along the Jubilee Path and Muckle Lands, a 5th Century Mote of Mark Hill Fort, and Rough Island bird sanctuary.

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Ambleside (Central Cumbria), Central Cumbria - 26.1 Miles away

Ambleside (Central Cumbria) has a population of 2600, and is ideally situated in the Rothay Valley just north of the head of Lake Windermere. Another favourite for hikers and walkers.

Location: Central Cumbria

Kippford, Kippford - 28.3 Miles away

Kippford is a popular sailing centre and a venue for an annual regatta. The village was formerly a busy ship-building and fishing centre at the beginning of the 19th Century. From the 1870s onwards it developed as a resort for sea-bathing and leisure

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Windermere Lake Cruises , Newby Bridge - 29.9 Miles away

Windermere Lake Cruises, number 7 in the official tourist board attractions in the UK, are the most popular attraction in Cumbria. Choose a short cruise or spend all day on the beautiful lake.

Location: Newby Bridge   More Details »

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Seacote Park. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Cumbria & The Lakes or holiday parks in Saint Bees.

Wild Rose Park, Appleby-in-Westmorland

Stanwix Park, Wigton

Calthwaite Hall Lodges, Penrith

Brockwood Hall Lodges, Millom

Crake Valley, Ulverston