A few words of Introduction
Winter or Summer - activity and relaxing holidays start right here at
Langley Park in County Durham
Langley Park lies in the Lanchester Valley on the banks of the River Browney, popular wih local anglers. The Lanchester Railway path runs to the North of the village offering wonderful nature walks and cycle routes.
4 miles from Durham and 15 miles from Newcastle
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whether you come as day visitor or for a longer holiday, This area will live with you forever.
A former Durham mining village, Langley Park is full of North Country charm. A perfect base to explore the area from Newcastle upon Tyne to Durham City including our magnificent North Sea coastal regions. Less than an hour from the Penines and Hadrian's Wall Country you will be spoilt for choice.
Our most famous son is Sir Bobby Robson, former England football Manager, and player. Sir Bobby spent his childhood in Langley Park attending the local schools. The Robson family continue to live in the village.
Langley Park and its sister village of Lanchester offer every convenience you are likely to need from holiday accommodation, grocery shopping, country walks and cycle rides, fishing, golf, museums in Durham City, Beamish outdoor museum, Durham Internatuional Cricket ground and of course the world famous Durham Cathedral. The list of "to do's" is endless.
The River Browney at Langley Park