The quiet nature of this park makes it a perfect choice for retired or semi-retired people, who are looking for a village lifestyle and strong community spirit.

Welcome to this family run touring park, gently nestled within the lush Durham countryside, a site of outstanding beauty for a perfect peaceful retreat. This park is perfectly positioned to explore all that this beautiful county has to offer, is within easy reach of the historic city of Durham and all of its amenities yet its setting beside the ruins of a Benedictine priory offer peace and tranquillity.

Positioned only 4 miles from the historical city of Durham where you can find everything from a day out shopping in high end stores to bespoke artisan shops, take in the sites of the city from the Castle to Durham Cathedral or take a boat out on the river, while children are not encouraged as residents on the park they will love to visit.

Their small farm shop is ideal for them hot or cold days. The shop which is also a small cafe sits within the main farmhouse which dates back to the 1200s and is overlooked by the ancient Abbey ruins. You can enjoy a fine coffee, cappuccino, latte, mocha, filter coffee or tea, maybe an ice cold soft drink in the sun or a delicious ice cream.

Approximately ten minutes walk from the main site is Cocken Lodge driving range, they have a private bar which patrons of the park are invited to use. Also close by is the Newton Grange pub, a local drinking establishment that also does some very tasty food. 

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Finchale Abbey
Brasside, Durham, Durham, DH1 5SH

Show lodges availabel

Showhomes available

Park specifications

Location

Countryside

Age restriction

50+

The Harrington

HARRINGTON

The Harrington two bedroom home offers a modern, Scandinavian-style living. It features an open-plan living area. The master bedroom comes with an en-suite and walk-in wardrobe. The park has added a large decking area.

Size 40 ft x 20 ft

Sale Price £180,000

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