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Moordale Caravan Park


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This small site is very attractively landscaped in an interesting village within easy reach of the shops. Newcastleton is a Borders village in the heart of Liddesdale, peaceful and unspoilt now, but the scene of many a bloody battle between Scots and English in the past. Today the village is famous for the traditional music festival in late June/early July and for the sport offered by its rivers and the challenges of the rolling hills, so the walker and angler will find this very attractive. For the historian there's Hermitage Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots once met her lover the Earl of Bothwell; the House at Jedburgh where she is reputed to have stayed, and just across the border, Carlisle Castle and Hadrian’s Wall.

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The ideal location for an undemanding, relaxing holiday. This is a peaceful site, divided into two areas, but because of its compact nature and the absence of a play area it may not be considered suitable for families with children. One section of the site overlooks the bay but has limited awning space, the other is a more secluded and sheltered area with awning space for all pitches but lacks sea views. Garlieston village is a quiet spot geared to farming and leisure. Many of the attractive cottages in the crescents wrapped around the bay are holiday homes and pleasure craft now share the harbour with a few fishing boats. A good spot for fishing, boating, cycling and walking, the site offers adjacent access to a coastal path leading to Galloway House Gardens, with their famed azaleas and rhododendrons, and to the sandy beach at Rigg Bay, where wartime Mulberry Harbours were tested

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