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Had a lovely night away with my husband and friends to celebrate my 50th birthday, it was perfect!!!
Ramside Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa£67Ramside Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa£67
Room large but unable to cope with hit weather.t..Location was perfect and room very clean. Staff were lovely. Parking at a cost was a surprise as was paid wifi.
Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County£52Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County£52
Easy access to the car park, which was priced at £9 for 24 hours. Excellent facilities and the location was close to the centre. We would definitely book to stay again.
Radisson BLU Hotel Durham£53Radisson BLU Hotel Durham£53
Very handy for visiting Beamish Museum and the locale. Splendid building in good condition and very clean. Nice and arm in all rooms. Food is very good - try the annexed Stables Restautrant. Value for money booking through Expedia.
Best Western Beamish Hall Country House Hotel£56Best Western Beamish Hall Country House Hotel£56
Stayed for a night with my partner and was very impressed.A lovely hotel and great staff.Could not fault any of it.
Hardwick Hall Hotel, BW Premier Collection£59Hardwick Hall Hotel, BW Premier Collection£59
Great location, 5 minute walk to the market square. Comfortable room, great bed, lovely bathroom, well furnished and lots of toiletries in the bathroom. It is evident that a lot of tlc has gone into furnishing the rooms and public areas of the townhouse. Cracking pub next door, the Elm Tree. Parking ...
The Townhouse£85The Townhouse£85
We booked a Superior King Sized Room. The room and bathroom felt newly refurbished, and the facilities were high quality, spacious, clean and comfortable. The restaurant food (breakfast and dinner) was very good. A private car park is provided at the rear of the hotel. Finally the staff could not ...
The Three Horseshoes Hotel£67The Three Horseshoes Hotel£67
The staff were very welcoming on arrival. The room was nicely decorated. The bar staff were also very friendly and the food was excellent value for money. I will definitely stay here again.
The Morritt Country House Hotel & The Garage Spa£67The Morritt Country House Hotel & The Garage Spa£67
Large comfortable room with beautifully updated modern bathroom. Ample breakfast. Central location. No apparent way to control heating.
Castle View Guest House£92Castle View Guest House£92
Whether you are visiting County Durham for business or leisure, you can find dozens of superb four-star hotels to choose from. All offer impeccable hospitality and are ideal for corporate functions or romantic breaks.
The two main focal points of this photogenic riverside city are its magnificent Norman cathedral and castle, both of which have earned Durham a place on the exclusive UNESCO World Heritage Site list. See the castle's beautifully preserved interior and Great Hall where students of Durham's University College reside, then visit the enormous cathedral and admire its intricate ceiling and medieval artwork.
Durham is also home to an elegant botanical garden, and an impressive collection of Asian-themed historic artefacts at the Oriental Museum. For more family fun, head to Diggerland UK, a superb construction-themed park where you can drive diggers and safely operated earth-moving vehicles.
This fine historic landmark is one of the finest medieval houses in Britain, dating back to the era of William the Conqueror. See its enchanting Throne Room and Dining Room, admire its beautiful painting collections, then explore the scenic parkland and spot the deer. The castle also has a charming tea room where you can treat yourself to a delicious lunch, home-made desserts, or some fresh cakes or scones with afternoon tea.
You can expect WiFi access in your room so you can always stay in contact with friends, relatives or work colleagues online while you are away. Many business-oriented hotels in Durham also have well-equipped business centres with printing and faxing facilities, and some feature conference centres with high-speed internet connections and state-of-the-art audio technology.
Another imposing medieval landmark, Barnard Castle, despite its ruined status, is a striking focal point of the River Tees valley. Founded in the 12th Century, it was the home of the rich Beauchamp family before it was acquired by the Royal Family, and is adjacent to an attractive sensory garden.
Barnard Castle is also acclaimed for its Bowes Museum, which has a vast collection of European artworks from prominent painters. Housed in a majestic Neo-Classical building emulating a French castle, it has numerous themed galleries, beautiful parkland, a fantastic café, and a shop with plenty of quality souvenir items.
Another advantage of choosing four-star accommodation in Durham is that you will have access to a fully equipped gym. Many four-star hotels also have full-service spas, and some even have indoor swimming pools and other luxury leisure facilities that guests can normally enjoy free of charge or for a supplement.
The County Durham coastline, renowned for its unusual plant life and rich wildlife, and includes many striking cliffs and dramatic sandy bays. Visit the charming harbour town of Seaham, which is home to one of the last-surviving churches pre-dating the Viking era and has a picturesque marina and many pleasant cafés, historic inns.