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The Tranquil Touring Parks group of adults-only sites has announced its latest member park: Chain Bridge Touring Caravan Site near Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Chain Bridge is the most northerly site of the 26 that make up Tranquil Touring; it has 18 pitches and is open all year. Other facilities onsite include a laundry, book-exchange point and common room. Pitches cost £16 in the low season, rising to £20 in the high season, inclusive of electric. If you don't require electricity, £3 is deducted from the fee.

The Tranquil Touring Parks group of adults-only sites has announced its latest member park: Chain Bridge Touring Caravan Site near Berwick-upon-Tweed. 

 

Chain Bridge is the most northerly site of the 26 that make up Tranquil Touring; it has 18 pitches and is open all year. Other facilities onsite include a laundry, book-exchange point and common room. Pitches cost £16 in the low season, rising to £20 in the high season, inclusive of electric. If you don't require electricity, £3 is deducted from the fee.

 

You can visit Chain Bridge's website by clicking here; to visit the Tranquil Touring Parks website, click here.

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