Set in the beautiful Northumberland Countryside, Forget Me Not Country Park is an idyllic location for those who want to ‘get away from it all’, with spectacular views of the Simonside and Cheviot Hills. Forget Me Not Country Park is the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors and our 12 Month Holiday Licence for touring and holiday homes, means that our visitors can enjoy the park all year round!
The Maguire Family purchased Forget Me Not Country Park in 2013. The park is set in Longhorsley, in the heart of the Northumberland countryside and is the perfect location for those who want to ‘get away from it all’.
With spectacular views of the Simonside and Cheviot Hills, Forget Me Not Country Park is a walkers paradise. Visitors can look forward to exploring the countryside as well as the beaches and historical attractions that are just a short drive away from the park.
Forget Me Not Country Park has a 12 Month Holiday Licence for touring and holiday homes so visitors can enjoy the park all year round. It is also home to Prince William Bar & Grill which was opened in 2016 by Ann Marie Trevelyan MP.
Our new pub serves delicious, home cooked food and serves a wide selection of drinks. There is a big screen for sports, an adults only bar and an indoor and outdoor play area for children.
Buying a holiday home is a big decision and at Maguires Country Parks, we’re here to help you every step of the way, to make the decision as simple as possible. We will take you through every step of the purchase and discuss your needs and requirements, from your preferred make and model to the must see local attractions at your chosen park! Then, once you’re ready to make your decision, we will ensure you are able to relax and enjoy your Holiday Home as soon as possible!
Our team will run through the costs involved before you make your decision, so there will be no nasty surprises. Rest assured that we will help you to find the best Holiday Home for your budget, so that all you need to do is enjoy your new purchase!
Lindesfarne to the North, Holy Island to the East, Hadrian’s Wall to the South and Kielder Forest to the West there’s lots to see. Be sure to visit Alnwick Castle, renowned for its fabulous Water Garden, featuring the dramatic Grand Cascade, the beautiful scented Rose Garden and European inspired Ornamental Garden. Visit where ‘Harry Potter’ went to school and learned to fly his infamous Nimbus 2000.
Northumberland is a shoppers paradise, with the bustling City of Newcastle and the Metro Centre close by. Not to mention Sanderson Arcade in the historic town of Morpeth. Or if you choose to stay closer to home, take a look at Alnwick’s main shopping area located in the town centre. The Marketplace holds a market every Saturday, with a traditional Farmer’s Market on the last Friday of every month.
Picnic in a charming park or splash in the surf of one of Northumberland’s beautiful beaches or visit a stunning castle steeped in history. With Alnwick Gardens, the Vindolanda archaeological excavation, Hadrian’s Wall, Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens, there is more that enough to see and do, pack a picnic and start making memories.
Northumberland is home to some of the areas most glorious wildlife. See nature first hand in a habitat that allows you to either view from a distance, or get up close and personal.You may be in luck and spot, otters, water voles, polecats and many other animals, all going about their daily chores. Visit the Northumberland National Park, home to the red squirrel.