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Seacote Park

Location Cumbria St Bees
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

Seacote Park is the perfect retreat and has an enviable location just 6 miles from the Lake District and 8 miles from Muncaster Castle. Right next to the park is the gorgeous beach at St Bees making this place ideal for families with young children.

Within easy driving distance is the Gerogian town of Whitehaven as well as the Ravenglass Eskdale miniature railway which make great family days out. Facilities on site include the Seacote Hotel bar, restaurant and occasional entertainment.

Accommodation is a selection of comfortable caravans sleeping 4 or 6.  The Seacote Puffin caravan is ideal for families of 4 and couples.  The Seacote Sandpiper is a larger caravan sleeping up to 6. The caravans are well equipped for a self catering holiday and the kitchens contain microwaves. The caravans are also centrally heated making them cosy in the colder months.

Park Facilities
  • Beach 3 Miles
  • Pet Friendly
  • Entertainment
  • Shop Supermarket
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Fishing 3 Miles
  • Golf 3 Miles
  • Non Smoking
Additional charges may apply for some facilities
Accommodation features
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 £20pw each (max 2) (in specific caravans only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Seacote Park


Seacote Puffin

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


Seacote Sandpiper

Caravan with one double and two twin.
Seacote Park

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Port Haverigg

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Bassenthwaite Lakeside Lodges

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Avon Wood

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Fun Days Out in Cumbria

We love this day out in Cumbria where you're encouraged to "take a fresh look".  Some of the amazing animals you will get to see include the only Canadian Lynx in the UK and you will have the opportunity to help their Lynx Conservation Project.  The Asian Fishing Cat is also well worth a look - these cats are known for diving under the water and catching fish!  Other activities include fantastic flying displays and play areas for the little ones...

This is an award winning Lake District attraction and they have been operating cruisers on Lake Ullswater for over 150 years.  There is no better way to explore the lakes than on water and you could even combine a cruise with a spectacular walk.  For great days out in this region then this attraction is highly recommended and will appeal to couples as well as families.  Corporate groups are also well catered for.

This is a museum and art gallery in one and will suit those looking for an educational and cultural day out.  You can explore the fantastic art collection including Fine Art, Decorative Art and Textiles.  If you love nature then this aspect of Tullie House will appeal. The museum holds large and important collections of zoological, botanical and geological material. And for lovers of history there is plenty to wet your appetite here. Tullie House collects a wide range of historic materials including objects, ephemera (printed material), photographs and associated information files.  We think this museum and art gallery are excellent value for money as well.

Here at the Wildlife Oasis you can really get up close to the animals and experience a mix of exotic wildlife and hand son displays.  See butterflies, birds and even bats flying around.  You don't have to plan your visit according to weather either with the tropical hall and butterfly house undercover.  Sunny days are ideal for some of the inhabitants however with the monkeys and Lemurs loving to sunbathe.  The mission of Lakeland's Wildlife Oasis is to engender and foster an interest and appreciation of the natural world which, in our belief underpins wildlife conservation; and, where possible to contribute and encourage contribution to the conservation of wildlife and wild places.  You know that you are helping with this mission if you choose to visit.

Seacote Park Reviews

Brian, Manchester
Date of stay: 3rd January 2015
Accommodation type: Seacote Sandpiper
Generally OK. Fridge not operating cool enough and freezer not at all. Defective knob control on grill - had to be careful to ensure turned off. Cleanliness only average - dusty shelves, old tissue under matress as made bed etc.
OK but no better than OK. Stress - I didn't report to park management as only there few days.
Linda, Glasgow
Date of stay: 2nd November 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
Thumbs up for a dog friendly van with heating ....
Amanda, Leeds
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Sandpiper
We were greeted by lots of flies in the caravan. Apart from that our only complaint was the VERY small TV. A very nice caravan.
Deborah, Basingstoke
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
The best caravan we've stayed in out of the dozens we've used before. Warm, comfortable and with an extremely well-fitted kitchen. Even the shower was excellent - no cold/hot extremes.
Stephen, C
Date of stay: 29th October 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
Except for being used to my own bed and the TV a bit small (trapped indoors for two days owing to weather) - great
James, Isle Of Wight
Date of stay: 4th October 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
Well set out holiday home. Lovely using the central heating after a cold walk on the fells.
David, Leeds
Date of stay: 14th September 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
Perfect location, near the beach and convenient for northern lakes and Keswick.
Andrew, Kinglassie
Date of stay: 13th September 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
It was a pleasant holiday, great weather and staff , the only thing missing was Wi-Fi , which would bring the site up to date with other locations we have stayed .
Beverley, Wolverhampton
Date of stay: 12th September 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Puffin
arrived late but keys were left for us , no complaints watsoever, had a nice stay.
R, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 30th August 2014
Accommodation type: Seacote Sandpiper
Had a lovely modern caravan with sea view
Mrs E
Already recommended to family and friends. Its great for children - beach close by and you can travel inland to fab lakes like Ninnerdale and Buttermere.
Mrs D
I would recommend this holiday without a doubt, the views from the park are absolutely stunning with amazing views of the Cumbrian coast line as well as the peaks of the Lake District. The walk from the caravan park along the cliffs of the coast is beautiful too. The dogs loved it!!!
Mr B
You can't improve the holiday, was just what we wanted, peaceful and quiet. Thanks.
Mr T
Fantastic caravan! Relaxing holiday even with 3 kids! :)
Mr M
An excellent site for families, heaps to do on the doorstep. Great beach. Superb accommodation. Perfect holiday.
Mrs C
Excellent beachfront location with stunning views in a peaceful setting.
Mr B
A very relaxing and friendly site with fantastic beach and facilities. Highly recommended.
Mr H
A perfect holiday. Right next to the beach and so close to the lakes. What more could you want. Very comfortable and modern caravans too.
Mr S
We liked the park very much as it fitted in with wanted to do. Easy access to the Lake Distirict Park and the start of the C2C walk. We walked from the park to Whitehaven; we got wet , but still enjoyed the beautiful views over the sea. The coastal path was excellent and in a good condition.
Mrs G
I would like to recommend Seacote Park to anyone wishing to take their dog on holiday, as I took my dog for the first time and we all had a great time as the park is by the beach. We also found that we were able to take the dog into the pub. Also plenty of very good walks.
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27th March 2015