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Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Electric flame effect fire in lounge
Built in Bluetooth speakers
Site WiFi available at extra cost
A welcoming and luxurious top end, brand new, 3 bedroomed lodge, with everything you need for a comfortable coastal getaway! Our lodge is the newest on the whole park, has the highest spec, and the best pitch for coastal views!
In the winter season, when the holiday park is closed (from November), this is a beautiful, peaceful, tranquil spot where you can just spend time unwinding, relaxing and enjoying the uninterrupted seaviews, cosy in the warm and comfortable lodge. There is also the beautiful Durham Heritage Coast to explore, as well as Hartlepool, Durham and up to Northumberland.
The park opens from the end of March and guests can purchase entertainment passes if they wish to enjoy the swimming pool, restaurant, and entertainment programme.
The lodge is located in the private owner’s section, meaning it is in the quiet part of the park, and its premium pitch is located at the furthest corner of the park, with open coastal views to the front and side. To the rear it has the wildlife reserve which will never be built on. The lodge has a full wrap around veranda to allow you to enjoy these uninterrupted views. There is step access to the beach just along from the lodge, although the majority of the park access the beach by the sloped access at the other end of the park. There is private parking immediately outside the lodge.
The lodge has full central heating, double glazing and an inviting flame-effect electric fire, ensuring that it is warm and comfortable in the colder months. As well as the fire, the lounge has a sofa, armchairs, TV and DVD player, and built in Bluetooth speaker system. Adjacent is a spacious dining area with table and chairs for up to 6. The beautiful kitchen makes self-catering easy with a modern, well-equipped kitchen with integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, gas hob and double oven. The washer/tumbler is located in a utility cupboard to the right of the front door which also has space for coats, boots and shoes.
The master bedroom comprises of a king-size bed, dressing table, and wardrobe. It has an adjoining en-suite shower room/WC. There are two further bedrooms both with twin full size single beds, dressing table and wardrobe. The main bathroom has a bath, overhead shower and w/c
Crimdon Dene is located on Durham’s Heritage coast, situated between the historic ports of Hartlepool and Seaham. Close to transport hubs and good road and rail networks, you have ready access to the stunning coastline of Northumberland in the north, or the bright lights and shopping meccas of Newcastle upon Tyne and the Gateshead Metro Centre; to the rolling hills of the Pennines National Park in Teesdale to the west; while to the south you have easy access to the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales National Parks. In between you have host of attractions that will appeal to all ages.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, there is every opportunity to go walking, sailing, kayaking and surfing, as well as just relaxing on the sandy beaches of Crimdon Dene, or enjoying tea and cakes in the cafes of Seaham.
There is lots to entertain children and the adults. These include, The Ice Arena and Go climb at Billingham; The Air Trail and white water rafting at the Tees Barrage; Karting NE at Sunderland and the Beamish Museum to name but a few. For those with an interest in history the Maritime museum at Hartlepool boasts the oldest warship still afloat.
Holiday park facilities
Holiday park facilities
Please note: Due to coronavirus restrictions some facilities may not be available.
Based on 2 guest ratings
Family With Older Children
Date of stay - 30 Dec 2019 - 3 Jan 2020
Had fabulous stay at New Year - lodge had everything you need - views were fantastic - defintely be back
We are so pleased that you had a fantastic stay and look forward to welcoming you back soon!
Family With Young Children
Date of stay - 1 Nov 2019 - 4 Nov 2019
We recently enjoyed a family break at Sunrise View and boy did it deliver! A beautiful view of the sea, a huge kitchen, a lovely proper bath and top quality all round. We found ourselves metres from the steps down to the beach, minutes from a great Thai restaurant and a petting farm and to the kids delight, we could see the trains though thankfully for us grown ups we couldn't hear them! The bottle of prosecco left for us arriving was such a nice touch! The owners are an absolute pleasure to deal with, the online booking process very easy to use and we can't wait to rebook very soon! Crimdon has become our favourite 'not too far to go' weekend destination now!