The Kaims Country Park in Bamburgh is located on the World Heritage Coastline of Northumberland and offers a wealth of local history and stunning natural beauty. The Kaims situated just moments away from Bamburgh Castle stands guard over the quiet historical village below.
The Kaims Country Park in Northumberland boast a treasure trove of castles, non more significant in the history of this ancient country than Alnwick. Alnwick Castle is the home of the Percy Family, Lords of Northumbria. To the north of the The Kaims Bamburgh lies Berwick-upon Tweed, this delightful Borders market town has been prominent in both Scots and English history. Gaze from the battlements of Bamburgh to catch a glimpse of Lindisfarne, known to locals as Holy Island, which is the birthplace of Christianity in England. Famed for it’s Abbey, Castle and Meade, Lindisfarne is a tidal island, arrived at by a causeway from the mainland. Both the Castle and the ruins of the Abbey can be visited throughout the year
Take a day away from The Kaims Bamburgh, enjoy a day shopping in the fashion boutiques of near by market town Berwick upon Tweed, sample the local fayre in the cafes and restaurants and if you have the time in a little under an hour, flit across the border, you’ll discover the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Take a tour through the Old Town up to the castle, or walk through the Georgian elegance of the New Town, with many galleries and museums, you’ll also find fabulous shopping, cafes and restaurants as in any capital city, but only Edinburgh has the Royal Yacht Britannia, Holyrood Place and Arthur’s Seat.
Alnwick Castle a stones throw from The Kaims Bamburgh is not only an ancient fortress of special interest to historians, it is also the location for many a famous films, notably including the Harry Potter films, Elizabeth and Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. The Duchess of Northumberland is an avid gardener, and has created one of the most celebrated gardens in Europe. Alnwick Castle Gardens has the
Largest tree house in Europe, and magnificent water features, as well as a one of a kind poison garden.
There is plenty to entertain in the local area of The Kaims Caravan Park, enjoy the theatre, cinema, swimming pool, sandy beaches including many superb golf courses, trout and salmon fishing on the Tweed, sea angling, sailing, diving, horse riding, cycling and quad biking.
Watch the Swans on the mouth of the Tweed, admire the puffins on the Farne Islands, or take a boat trip from Seahouses to Farne Islands and see hundreds of grey seals. The Kaims Country Park located on the The World Heritage Coastline of Northumberland is the home to some of the rarest wildlife in the Country, with the Northumberland National Park within driving distance, the area is a must for wildlife watchers and to experience the best coastline in the Country.