Frosterley’s Landscape is Ripe for Discovery: Surrounded by gorgeous countryside in County Durham is the small village of Frosterley. Located on the River Wear in Weardale, holidaymakers choose to take a self-catering holiday in this part of England, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so that they can admire the landscape and enjoy life outdoors.
About Cottage Breaks in Frosterley
This area of the northern Pennines has a network of footpaths, and Frosterley has a backdrop of fells waiting to be explored. In addition to attracting visitors that like to walk, anglers and mountain bikers also frequent Weardale. Many walking routes take in the remains of old quarries, once serving an important industry in the area, and one which produced Frosterley Marble. This hard limestone was greatly valued and went into such iconic buildings as Durham Cathedral. Frosterley is on the Weardale Railway, a heritage line which operates a variety of special events.
With an ample supply of stone-built cottages and rural retreats available close by, a stay in or close to Frosterley has plenty to recommend it.
Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Frosterley, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in County Durham.