Location Of Brotherlee Holiday Home Park

How to find Brotherlee Holiday Home Park, Westgate in Weardale, County Durham

Brotherlee is a picturesque hamlet located in Weardale, County Durham, England. Situated amidst the stunning landscape of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Brotherlee is renowned for its scenic charm and tranquil atmosphere.

Weardale itself is a beautiful dale (valley) that stretches approximately 20 miles from the town of Bishop Auckland to the village of Wearhead. It is characterised by rolling hills, meandering rivers, and picturesque villages. The area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a wealth of opportunities for walking, hiking, cycling, and exploring the great outdoors.

Brotherlee, within the Weardale region, is known for its unspoiled natural beauty and serves as a gateway to the surrounding countryside. Visitors to Brotherlee can experience the serenity of the North Pennines, with its breathtaking landscapes, vast moorlands, and charming villages.

Directions to Brotherlee Holiday Home Park from the East

Situated just off the A689 Wolsingham/Alston road. Through Stanhope & Eastgate to Westgate Village. Turn left at the Hare & Hounds Pub, go over the bridge & keep left and proceed approximately one mile to Brotherlee.

Directions to Brotherlee Holiday Home Park from the West

Go through Alston on the A689 passing through Cowshill, St Johns Chapel to Daddry Shield, turn right & proceed about two miles to Brotherlee.