Durham Grange Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, Northumbria, Co. Durham, Durham
- +44 191 384 4778
- All year
Alan Rogers Review
Durham Grange Caravan and Morohome Club site, offers 88 level, spacious pitches, 59 of which are hardstanding and 8 fully serviced. Easy access to the A1M and the A690 makes it an ideal stopover for those travelling north or south, or for visiting the historic cathedral city of Durham, the Beamish Museum and for shopping at the Gateshead Metro centre. A coppice of mature trees and newly planted shrubs mask most of the road noise and makes an attractive dog walking area. The park has been redesigned with attention to detail throughout, offering pockets of privacy and a central area with picnic tables and benches.
Dramatically set on its 70-foot rocky peninsula in a meandering bend of the River Wear, Durham is steeped in history and one of the most picturesque cities in the UK. Whether you fancy a wander to take in the sense of days gone by, or a bite to eat in the many local restaurants, the panoramic views from every vantage point make the city a holiday destination not to be missed. A visit to the World Heritage site of Durham Cathedral and Castle is a must. For a dose of fresh sea air, Seaham Beach is only a short drive away. For younger visitors, there is a play park and less than ten miles away they will enjoy a visit to the Broom House Farm Adventure Trail.
A purpose built central block offers spacious, heated, modern and clean facilities with free showers, hairdryers and private cubicles, larger cubicle for families. Laundry and food preparation/dish washing area. Separate baby area and accessible sanitary unit via a key entry system. Shop in reception with essentials; bread, milk and newspapers to order. Gas. Secure caravan storage. Play park. Wi-Fi fair, throughout (charged). TV reception good. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. Pets allowed. Dog walk. BBQ's allowed gas, charcoal & electric. Caravan and Motorhome storage. Tents allowed. Late-night arrivals area. Bus stop 800 metres. Train station 4 miles. Tesco 1.5 miles. Earliest time of arrival 1:00pm. Maximum outfit length 11.6 metres.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
From A1M exit 62 turn left for Durham city (A690) keeping in the right hand lane. After 20 yards. turn right (across dual carriageway A690) – a safer approach for large units, is to continue along A690 to next exit 2 miles and return on A690 left hand turn (signed just before A1M).Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N54 47 43||W1 31 50|