Consett holidays Caravan & lodge parks around Consett, County Durham

Consett is a small country town in North West Durham yet just 20 minutes drive to the vibtant Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. The pristine countryside that surrounds Consett is spectacular with views over the Derwent Valley. The Derwent reservoir which sits on the edge of the Pennines is a local beauty spot and one of the many tourist attractions that you can visit from your holiday park.

The Coast to Coast cycle route passes through Consett and is known as the UK’s most popular long-distance cycle trai which takes you along parts of the Consett Heritage Trail that connects the industrial heritage of Consett to the breathtaking countryside.

At a glance...
Restaurants 5+
Cycle paths & mountain biking
Country walks
Historical sites
Family friendly
Car recommended
Nearest beach - Roker beach (20 miles)
Local airport Newcastle (17 miles)
Nearest train station Stocksfield (7.5 miles)

Things to see & do in and around Consett

Consett and the surrounding area is full of interesting villages, breathtaking views and countryside to explore. County Durham is steeped in history and has several castles and museums to discover.

A few suggestions....
See the majestic Force waterfall
Durham Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves
Derwent Waterside Park
Explore Diggerland - the UK’s most unique construction-themed adventure park
Wander around the 18th century Hardwick Park
Wander through the magical Galloway Forest Park
Take a tour of Durham Cathedral
See over a 1,000 years of art, history and culture at the Aukland Project
force waterfall in county durham

Our View on Consett holiday parks

Consett is an idyllic country village in the heart of County Durham and is perfect for couples, families and friends looking to explore the unspoilt and pristine countryside. Staying on a holiday park in Consett is the perfect way to experience this wonderful part of County Durham and it provides the freemdon and flexibility to do what you want, when you want - home from home.