Disabled-friendly holidays in County Durham
Accessible caravan and lodge accommodation in County Durham
Our parks in County Durham
The breathtaking vistas of County Durham have long attracted visitors looking for a slice of rural life. With it's combination of majestic castles and historic towns, there’s no shortage of things to see during your time here.
Our accommodation in County Durham is designed to be disabled-friendly and accessible, making it easy to enjoy your holiday comfortably.
County Durham at a glance
County Durham truly is a rural paradise. Around every corner there’s something new to see, whether it’s an ancient abbey or a countryside town just waiting to be explored.
Disabled-friendly attractions in County Durham
Here is a taste of the many accessible places to visit in County Durham:
- Dive into a world of exotic plant life at the Durham University Botanic Gardens
- Spend an afternoon at the Royal Navy National Museum and Durham Cathedral, with disabled access and parking available
- The county’s vast forests, including the 4,900 acre Hamsterley Forest, have accessible trails to enjoy their sights to the fullest
Have a question? Get in touch
If you have any questions on our adapted facilities, we’re more than happy to help. Click below to send us a message, or call the park team on 01388 528728
Frequently asked questions
Heather View is situated in the Durham Dales, just 20 miles south west of Durham, in the market town of Stanhope and 28 miles from Newcastle:
- Follow signs to the A1
- Take the A692 to the A68, and on to the A689 to Wolsingham
- Continue the A689 for 5 miles
- Take the left turn and follow the road to the park
We have car parking spaces directly outside of Reception and the complex. The complex has designated disabled bays. All facilities on park including Reception, the launderette, complex and play areas have ramp or flat access. None of the facilities have steps inside so are completely accessible to wheelchairs, push chairs etc. Access around the park is flat in that there are no steps, but it is on different gradients. There are inclines and declines of varying steepness.
Registered Assistance Dogs are allowed in all grades of accessible holiday homes at no extra charge. Please make your Holiday Advisor aware that you have an assistance dog at the time of making your booking.