Newbus Grange Country Park is a Five Star caravan park situated in the picturesque village of Neasham near Darlington, alongside the beautiful River Tees. The park is the perfect base for exploring all that the Tees Valley and North Yorkshire have to offer. Visitors to Newbus Grange Country Park can enjoy the best of both worlds: an idyllic countryside retreat for those wanting a little escapism, that is close enough to the vibrant market town of Darlington, for those who want to get out and about. With caravans to hire for a short break and caravan holiday homes for sale, the park is the ultimate country retreat.
Newbus Grange Country Park stands in 12 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds alongside the River Tees on the border of North Yorkshire and County Durham.
The Five Star park, situated in the picturesque village of Neasham, near Darlington, was originally the Rose Garden of the magnificent Newbus Manor and the floral displays and manicured gardens remain a striking feature of this beautiful location.
Newbus Grange Country Park owns the fishing rights for the stretch of the River Tees adjacent to the park and also boasts a Woodland Dog Walk, Children’s Play Area and Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool – perfect for those long, hot Summer days!
At Newbus Grange Country Park you really can have the best of both worlds: a peaceful and idyllic country retreat to get away from it all, yet with the benefits of excellent train links and the vibrant market town of Darlington close by.
Just down the road from the park is Hurworth-on-Tees with it’s award winning gastro pubs and the outstanding 5 Star Rockcliffe Hall. If you’d like to explore further afield, you are in luck as Newbus Grange is just a short drive from Darlington. Providing all that you would expect from a vibrant, busy town, here you can enjoy a wide range of restaurants, cafes, shops, boutiques, market stalls, live music, theatre and sporting facilities. The mainline station also takes you to Durham (20 minutes), Newcastle (35 minutes) and York (30 minutes), so there are no excuses for not getting out and enjoying all that the area has to offer!
Buying a holiday home is a big decision and at Maguires Country Parks, we’re here to help you every step of the way, to make the decision as simple as possible. We will take you through every step of the purchase and discuss your needs and requirements, from your preferred make and model to the must see local attractions at your chosen park! Then, once you’re ready to make your decision, we will ensure you are able to relax and enjoy your Holiday Home as soon as possible!
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Our team will run through the costs involved before you make your decision, so there will be no nasty surprises. Rest assured that we will help you to find the best Holiday Home for your budget, so that all you need to do is enjoy your new purchase!
Darlington has lots of history on its doorstep. The magnificent Raby Castle – one of Englands finest Medieval Castles – and it’s adjoining 200 Acre Deer Park are highly recommended as a day trip. With a woodland play area, shop and tearooms, it is the ideal family day out. Walworth Castle is another historical site to explore – in particular, the Bird Of Prey displays at Walworth are a must see.
Darlington is of course the birthplace of the Railways, so why not pay a visit to the Railway Museum and the stunning Brick Train. Being on the mainline, Darlington is also just a short train ride away from other historical sites – why not plan a trip to Durham Catherdral or the Yorvik Viking Centre in York – both are just a mere 30 minutes train ride away!
Newbus Grange is just 10 minutes away from the vibrant market town of Darlington. Here you will find a range of boutiques alongside household names such as Next, House Of Frazer and Topshop. The market itself is also worth a visit. The award winning Victorian Covered Market is open Monday – Saturday all year round, while the Open Market runs each Monday and Saturday with the town centre coming alive as traders offer an unrivalled selection of wares. Finally, why not try the Sunday People’s Market? Held on the first Sunday of every month at Blackwellgate, the market sells unique local goods and crafts.
If you’d like to travel further afield, Darlington has excellent train links, with the mainline station taking you to the Cities of Durham (20 minutes), Newcastle (35 minutes) or York (30 minutes), so you can hop on a train and explore the region!
The Dolphin Centre in Darlington Town Centre caters for all of your sporting needs from squash, tennis and 5 a side football, to swimming, aerobics and yoga. There are classes for all ages and abilities and there is a café serving hot and cold drinks and light lunches to treat yourself afterwards. If you are more of a spectator, why not plan a trip to Sedgefield Racecourse, a day out at Croft Circuit or pay a visit to Mowden Park FC Rugby Club to catch a game?
Whether it’s eating out, theatre or live music that you’re interested in, Newbus Grange is the place for you, being just a short drive from lots of restaurants and venues. For tasty meals try The Fox and Hounds in Neasham Village or The Otter and Fish in Hurworth, or for a special occasion try the Michelin Starred Bay Horse in Hurworth or Rockliffe Hall.
The area around Newbus Grange Country Park is a nature lovers paradise and walkers will see all manner of wild life during a stroll through the countryside around Neasham or Hurworth and beyond.
Swans, herons and oyster catchers can be seen along the river, while a lucky few may even spot more reclusive creatures such as Roe deer, otters and water voles. Rabbits and hares are a common sight, while Kestrels can occassionally be seen hovering above the fields alongside the park.
If you are visiting Newbus Grange Country Park, why not pack a pair of binoculars as well as your walking boots, to get an even closer glimpse of the beautiful wild life in this special area of the country?