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Strawberry Hill Caravan Park

Strawberry Hill Caravan Park

England, Northumbria, Co. Durham, Durham

Tel:  
01913 723457
fax:  
01913 722512
Open (touring pitches):  
1 March - 30 November.

Ref: UK5700

Alan Rogers Review

This park is owned and managed by Howard and Elizabeth who are experienced caravanners. They have terraced their site to offer panoramic views over the fields and woodland from all the pitches. The park is licensed to accommodate more units but the owners prefer to offer space to visitors by providing generous pitches on either grass or hardstanding. There are 30 touring pitches (with 16A electric hook-ups), including ten on hardstanding, plus a separate terrace for tents. Nature corridors and the surrounding countryside make this a haven for nature lovers and visitors are encouraged to enjoy the tranquillity of the area.

The owners supply good tourist information and details of local nature walks. The easy access to the A1M and the proximity of the historic cathedral city of Durham (four miles) make this an ideal location for visiting local attractions. These include Beamish museum, shopping at the Gateshead Metro Centre and the historic Hartlepool Quays.

Facilities

The single toilet block can be heated and is kept immaculately clean. Free showers. Laundry. Facilities for disabled visitors incorporating a baby care area. Small but well stocked shop in reception. Gas.

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • American Motor Homes
  • Bicycle Hire Nearby
  • Bar Nearby
  • Boat Launch Nearby
  • Lake/River Beach Nearby
  • Seaside Beach Nearby
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Golf Nearby
  • Riding Nearby
  • Sailing Nearby
  • Shop Nearby
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed

Location

Directions

From A1M exit 61 follow signs for Peterlee. At next roundabout take first left (A688). Straight on at next roundabout then right at the next (A181). Park is 2 miles on the left as you go up a hill on a dual carriageway.