Two miles from Blue Flag beaches, and with stunning views of Lindsisfarne and the Holy Island, Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do is a wonderful location when glamping in Northumberland.

Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-doodle-do has a hamlet dedicated to our luxury glamping pods, making it a great destination for groups of friends or families to get together for a holiday in the great outdoors.

Things to do around Berwick-upon-Tweed

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Just ten miles from Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do. Make sure you check the tide times so you can follow the Pilgrim's Path to visit this beautiful and serene island. Steeped in history dating back to the year 635, learn about how Christianity flourished from this ancient location, how the Vikings nearly destroyed it entirely and taste the delicious coffee and mead brewed on the island.

Adventures at Alnwick Castle

Famously the location for the Harry Potter films and Downton Abbey, this impressive castle and stately home was built in the 11th Century. It's open to the public, but is also occupied by the Percy family - the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. Tours are available through the impressive rooms of the stately home and the museums and exhibitions that portray the history of the castle and the surrounding areas. It's fascinating stuff and when you add in broomstick flying lessons, a dragon quest, treasure hunts, a tasty lunch at the cafe, a browse round the shop and a tour around the Alnwick Gardens - (featuring the intriguing Poison Garden) it's fair to say you should dedicate a full day to this wonderful place.

Alnwick Castle is a short drive along the A1 from Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do and will be one of the highlights of your holiday when you're glamping in Northumberland. There are always new exhibitions and events on throughout the year - so be sure to check the website before you go.

Berwick Town Hall & Cellblock Museum

Leave the car behind for a day trip to Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Take a brief walk along the country road from Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do to the A1167 and hop on a bus at the Old School House. Enjoy the countryside views as you wind through the lanes heading toward town. Before you , pop in to the Berwick Town Hall for a guided tour. Dating back to the 15th century, there's many tales to be told in this atmospheric museum. With graffiti scratched into stone by the condemned in the 1700s and paranormal ghost tours throughout the year (and the night) there's a lot to keep you interested. If you like your history rooted in reality - the guided tours give a huge insight into the history of Berwick.

The tours take around 2 hours, which means you'll be ready for a tasty lunch at one of the nearby restaurants.

Berwick Festivals - all year round

If you enjoy a festival (and who doesn't?) then you'll love Berwick-upon-Tweed. Throughout the summer the towns and villages celebrate with local traditions at gala celebrations, fetes and fairs - all open and very welcome - to holiday makers and visitors. Nestled between Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do and Berwick-upon-Tweed is the Spittal seaside festival with Punch and Judy stalls, live music and donkey rides.

Film enthusiasts have lots of choice at the Berwick Film & Media Festival - the largest film festival in North East England and the Scottish Borders and foodies can be in heaven at the Berwick Food & Drink festival at the end of summer.

Get creative at Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do

We get it - some days, you just want to stay put. Adventuring is all very well and good but a day of relaxing, with a good book, safe in the knowledge you don't have to go anywhere is just as important as seeing all that Berwick-upon-Tweed has to offer. For those days - stay on site at Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do. Relax by your luxury glamping pod, or get involved in the arts and crafts in the interactive craft studio.

Painting a ceramic plate or designing a family mosaic will make a lovely souvenir to remind you of your amazing holiday glamping in Northumberland.

Discover your perfect glamping holiday at Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle-Do

Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-doodle-do is an amazing place to stay when you want to explore Berwick-upon-Tweed and the rest of Northumberland. Book a luxury glamping pod today to begin your favourite ever glamping holiday. 


Site Features

Cabin Facilities

Ensuite Toilet
Ensuite Shower
Adapted for Wheelchair Use
Mini Kitchen
In-cabin WiFi
Crockery included
Pots & Pans included
BBQ / Fire Pit
Outside Decking
Cot Available
DVD Player

On-Site Facilities

BBQ Area
Toilet/Shower Block
Communal Kitchen


Gravel Paths
Hand rails in the bathroom
Ramp into accommodation
Parking next to accommodation

Activities on site

Walking Paths/Trails
Childrens Play Area
Family Activity Centre

Activities Near-by

Cycle Trails
Walking Trails
Historic Sites
Pub or Restaurant
Horse Riding


Rail Travel

Special Events

Hen Parties
Honeymoons and Anniversaries
Venue for Large Gatherings
Family Gathering

Location Type


Seasonal Events


Who's Coming?

Dogs Allowed


Wigwam® Holidays Pot-A-Doodle Do
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Deluxe ensuite wigwam

Sleeps 4
No dogs
Bedding not provided


Sleeps 5
No dogs
Bedding not provided

Small Wigwam

Sleeps 3
No dogs
Bedding not provided

Deluxe Accessible

Sleeps 5
No dogs
Bedding not provided

Ensuite wigwam

Sleeps 5
No dogs
Bedding not provided

Contact Details

For more information or to book your stay at Wigwam Holidays Pot-a-Doodle Do, please find our contact details below:

Email Address:

Primary Telephone: +441289307107

Terms and Conditions

Check In: 15:00

Check Out: 10:00am

Cancellation Policy: Strict


Frequently Asked Questions

Onsite at Wigwam Holidays Pot-A-Doodle-Do we have:

  •     24 Standard Wigwam Cabins
  •     2 Running Water Cabins
  •     1 Running Water Deluxe Cabin
  •     3 Canvas Yurts

We are open from the middle of February until the 31st of December.
Yes, we do allow dogs. We have 8 Dog-friendly cabins that can accommodate a maximum of 2 dogs. We charge £8 per dog per night
Yes, the site is great for children. On-site we have a childrens play area, interactive art studio, climbing wall, and pedal karts
We accept all sorts of groups, please call to discuss.
Fire pits can be preordered, guests are not permitted to use their own firepits or fuel.
Portable BBQs are permitted however we do not allow disposable BBQs.

In each of our Wigwam Cabins you will find:

  •     Foam Mattresses
  •     Fridge
  •     Kettle
  •     Picnic Bench outside each Wigwam Cabin

No, each accommodation has an electric meter where guests can purchase electric cards to top up their supply.
On site we have a communal kitchen that can be used for prepping/cooking food. It has ceramic hobs with ovens, microwaves, kettles, toasters, running water with 2 sinks for washing up. Pots, pans and utensils are also available.

We recommend the following as essential items to bring:

  •     Bedding
  •     Towels
  •     Crockery, cutlery
  •     Washing up essentials (bowl, washing up liquid, cloth/sponge and tea towel)
  •     Toiletries
  •     Food
  •     Torch

Yes, we offer lots of extras, which you will need to book before arrival:

  •     BBQ Meat Pack - £10.00
  •     Breakfast for two - £14.00
  •     Camp fires - £10.00
  •     Chocolates - £10.00
  •     Fairy lights and bunting - £12.00
  •     Logs - £7.00
  •     Marshmallow and skewer pack - £3.50
  •     Outdoor lanterns - £8.00
  •     Pop up chairs - £4.00
  •     Sparkling wine - £12.00
  •     Towels - £3.00
  •     Travel Cots - £10.00

Yes, you can park right beside your Wigwam Cabin.
Please arrive no earlier than 3 pm for check in. Check in is contactless
Check in is contactless therefore a key will be in the door from 3 pm for arrival any time
We ask all guests to vacate their Wigwam Cabin on departure at 10am.
Our shop is open from 9 am - 4pm.
We have one large communal block with toilets and showers and another smaller toilet block on site.
Yes, we have four family showers.
The nearest pub or restaurant is just three miles away - just a short taxi ride away. We have a cafe on site if you are after a casual bite to eat.
Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi are all just three miles away in Berwick.
Local buses run from Scremerston, the nearby village, which is a 10 min walk from the site. Taxi's can be ordered, and the railway station is situated three miles away in Berwick.
We offer limited access to WiFi on the site.