Walled Garden Caravan Park

Welcome to Paxton House’s quiet and secluded caravan park, tucked between the sheltering brick walls of the old Georgian walled garden.  Once the garden was a busy place where gardeners toiled to bring all kinds of fruits and vegetables to the house.  In the late 19th century, large hothouses nurtured exotic and tender plants.
The garden declined in the 20th century but has now found a new life and today makes a perfect base for a family holiday exploring the many attractions, castles, historic houses, beaches and countryside of this unspoiled region.

Walled Garden Caravan Park

Peace and Seclusion

Book your caravan or camper van into one of only 30 available pitches and you can be sure of a relaxing and quiet stay within our Georgian walled garden in this sheltered site with shower and toilet facilities. There is plenty of space and guests have privileged access to the 80 acres of grounds at Paxton House.

Beautiful place. Carol our tour guide was fantastic. Wonderful place, staying in the caravan park, will definitely come back. Stunning woodland and planting.

S Bennett, Marske-by-the-Sea
Walled Garden Caravan Park


Visitors to the Walled Garden Caravan Park are offered the following services:

Battery charging
Electric hook up
Drainage facilities and disposal points for chemical and grey water waste
Solar powered shower and toilet block on site
General waste, recycling and glass bins
Unlimited free access to 80 acres of Paxton House grounds and gardens

Please note we only accommodate camper vans, motor homes and caravans on site, we do not permit tents/camping or trailer tents.

Walled Garden Caravan Park

What to do

The Walled Garden Caravan Park is just through the main gates of Paxton House with its riverside walks, Georgian interiors and busy events programme.  It is also close to attractions like the Union Chain Bridge and the Chain Bridge Honey Farm just 2.6 miles away.

The Cross Inn pub in Paxton village, is just a 5 minute walk away, with friendly service and great home cooked meals.

There is a bus service into historic Berwick upon Tweed, 4 miles away, from Paxton village year round and from outside Paxton House in the summer months. Berwick upon Tweed offers a range of amenities, options for eating out and arts events in the summer.

Walled Garden Caravan Park


You can book online through our booking provider Pitch Up

Pitches are £25 per night.

Pitches are allocated on a first come first served basis, you do not need to check in but simply turn up and choose your pitch. Check in from 11am on the day of arrival and check out by 10am on the day of departure.

No. Awnings attached to caravans or camper vans are welcome but not separate tents.

Yes, we welcome a maximum of 2 dogs per pitch. Please keep them on the leads around the grounds, clean up after them and be mindful towards other visitors and dogs onsite.

Yes, there is plenty for children of all ages to enjoy at Paxton House!

Yes. Guests in our onsite accommodation have free access to our 80 acres of grounds, gardens and riverside as well as the Woodland Playground.

Each pitch is on gravel hard standing and has access to electric hookup. There is also access to drinking water, drainage facilities for chemical and grey waste water, recycling, glass and general waste bins.

There are dog poo bins around the parkland.

The Stables Tearoom serve home baking and light lunches to eat in or take away. Check their opening hours here.

The Cross Inn in Paxton village just a 5 minute walk from the caravan site, with friendly service and great home cooked meals. Visit their website or call them on 01289 384877 to make a reservation.

The town of Berwick upon Tweed, 4 miles away, has a range of restaurants, cafes and supermarkets.

Please consult the notice board in the caravan park for answers to any other questions you may have during your stay. The contact number for our park warden can also be found on the notice board if you encounter any problems during your stay.

The Garden Apartment

South Lodge