10 miles north of Newcastle, on the stunning east coast you will find Whitley Bay Holiday Park. The park is ideally situated with a number of travel options available, including the local metro which takes you to Newcastle city centre.
1. If travelling northbound on the A194 (M), take the second exit at White Mare Pool roundabout for South Shields (A194)
2. Continue to follow the A194 and at the roundabout signposted Tyne Tunnel/Morpeth (A19), take the first exit
3. Go through the Tyne Tunnel (Toll) and take the second exit at the roundabout passing B&Q on your left. Continue on the A19 before turning at the exit signposted Whitley Bay Gosforth (A191), then at the roundabout take the fourth exit for Earsdon and Whitley Bay (A186)
4. Continue to follow the A186 into Earsdon, and at the roundbaout signposted Whitley Bay (A192) take the second exit to continue straight, passing West Park housing estate on your left
5. At the upcoming roundabout, take the first exit for the sea front passing Whitley Bay High School on your right and travel straight all the way to the Sea Front. At the mini roundabout turn left for Blyth/Sea Front (A193)
6. Follow this road passing the church on your left until you arrive at Whitley Bay Holiday Park on your right.
Other Transport Options
There is a bus stop just outside the entrance of the park. Here, you'll find service numbers 308 and the Cobalt Clipper 309 by Arriva Bus offering return journeys to Newcastle upon Tyne.
Monkseaton train station is located 2 miles (6 minute drive) away from park. The main line from this station travels through Newcastle St James', Newcastle South Shields and Pelaw.
You're 15 miles away from the nearest airport - Newcastle, which takes around 27 minutes by car. You can fly into Newcastle Airport from Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, Southampton, Aberdeen, Bristol and many other locations.