Kingfisher Leisure Park – located in the Durham Dales
Kingfisher Leisure Park is described by its owners Verdant Leisure as “ an exclusive holiday home ownership location in the Durham Dales” and having visited the park I can certainly support that statement. The park is set back from the road, with a lovely drive through a landscaped setting before you reach the entrance, a very appealing approach.
The park is perfect for anyone looking to own a holiday retreat, with its tranquil setting, however still close to many attractions, amenities and some superb scenery.
Currently available on the Park is a Tingdene Harrington Lodge. The lodge is on display as a show home, however available for purchase…… and immediate occupation !!
As it is the perfect time of year to take ownership of a holiday retreat, there is no better time to visit and find out more.
The Tingdene Harrington Lodge has an excellent layout, with open plan living arrangement, which means that no one is “lost” in the kitchen, while others are relaxing in the lounge. Everyone can interact and share in whatever you choose to do with your time.
A snapshot of the key aspects of the Harrington Lodge include:
- Two bedrooms, master with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe
- Second bedroom with twin beds
- Family bathroom
- Spacious living area – Lounge / diner / kitchen
- Contemporary kitchen, with hob, oven, cooker hood
- Integrated fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
- Furnished with coordinating furnishings
- Double glazed and insulated for all year round use
- Built to residential BS 3632 standards
- 10 year manufacturers warranty
To find out how you can view this stunning lodge please call the park direct on 03300 539060.
More about Kingfisher Park and its Location
Kingfisher Park is situated in the Durham Dales, just 16 miles south west of Durham, in the village of Frosterley, located on the edge of the River Wear.
The location is ideal for exploring the area, with an abundance of castles and museums to discover, along with family days out, very enticing walks and fishing.
Places to look out for include, Walworth Birds of Prey Falconry Centre; Auckland Castle; Bernard Castle; Beamish Museum; Raby Castle; Binchester Roman Fort; Hamsterley Forest; plenty of countryside walk options; not forgetting an array of shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants to relax in.
As an owner at Kingfisher you can also enjoy unlimited use of the park facilities, which include fishing, gym and children’s play area. There is also a laundrette, helpful reception, use of their sister park Heather View, including the Riverview Bar & Grill.
Address: Kingfisher Leisure Park, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL13 2SJ
Telephone: 03300 539060