The Park is situated between the river South Tyne and the railway, with Haltwhistle Burn to the west, completing the boundary. 

Holiday Homes occupy three small fields, divided by original hedgerows and a dry stone wall. Each field has its own name for identification. There is an additional pedestrian / wheelchair gated access through the park. 

Seldom Seen has privately owned Holiday Homes and touring pitches. They are all on level ground. There is no subletting. 

Holiday Homes on a permanent pitch are self-contained, they are available with wide doors, verandahs can be fitted with ramps for easy access. 

Touring pitches are restricted in actual numbers and areas available. These are more suitable for quiet, low density occupation, so the park tone can be fully appreciated. As touring pitches are consequently limited, there are no special disability services. However, the park is level and a variety of wheelchair users do manage to visit us without any great problems. 

Assistance in siting touring caravans on arrival is available.  

Some static holiday home pitches have parking alongside the caravan.

All touring pitches have parking alongside. 

There is car parking near to the reception / clubhouse. 

There is a drop off point for cars adjacent to the reception / clubhouse. 

All the public buildings on the park, including the reception, clubhouse and shower block are on one level. The reception / clubhouse has double doors at the entrance. 

There are three wide steps to the reception / clubhouse. There is no ramp, but help is always available for those who need assistance. The area with picnic tables outside the clubhouse is accessible to wheelchairs. 

The park has one toilet / shower block, situated at the park entrance, near the reception / clubhouse. 

There are two water points, two chemical disposal points and one dustbin area, which are adjacent to roads and accessible by car. There is a recycling area outside the reception / clubhouse. There are fire points on the park at the required distances. 

Assistance dogs are welcome on the park. There are dog walking areas. Dogs must be on a lead and owners must clean up after their dogs. 

We take the safety of our customers very seriously and therefore there is a speed limit throughout the park, with clearly marked signs. This is strictly enforced. 

Roads on the park are level, with loose stone surface. 

There is a regular bus service, the 685 Newcastle - Carlisle, the nearest bus stop to the park is approximately half a mile. The railway station, Newcastle - Carlisle line, is approximately one mile from the park. Local taxis service the park. 

There is a roadside footpath to Haltwhistle, which is approx. one mile. 

Local shops will deliver to the park for a small charge. 

Telephone numbers for local taxi firms, doctors and vet are displayed in the reception/ clubhouse. 

The park has good coverage for most mobile phone networks.

A number of Holiday Home pitches have landlines available for telephone and internet access. 

There is good television reception. 

As we live on the park, we are usually available during office hours.

In the event that a customer needs assistance, an emergency service is always available. However, please be aware that this does not equate to a 24 hour service. 

We have tried to provide accurate information and relevant detail in this statement.