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Generally a lovely stay and lovely food but wouldn't be good to but a bit sharper on the restaurant side as we ordered a couple things that didn't come and eg ordered fried egg and got poached.
My husband and myself had a wonderful time in darlington, and the hotel was located in the centre it is very up to date, my sister and husband have booked in for next weekend .
HELPFUL STAFF, COMFORTABLE ROOM, NEWSPAPER DELIVERED EARLY, EXCELLENT BREAKFAST. COULDN'T ASK FOR MORE!
The pub was well appointed and attractive. We had booked evening for two night, but, service was so bad on first night we cancelled second night. We waited 1 hour 20 minutes for food, Linguine with prawns and clams. It was lukewarm and very small. We were given a free drink and complimentary desert ...
Be aware that this is a pub and not a hotel so there is no reception as such. The room was perfectly clean and with a good television, and the staff were friendly and helpful. If you are looking for the lowest rates and don't mind sharing a bathroom this is undoubtedly a very good option which I ...
Family room was lovely, saying that the sink in the bathroom leaked at the bottom, so had water running out over the floor. The place was clean and comfortable and the staff very friendly.
Lovely clean new hotel Excellent standard of cleanliness Very helpful staff , enthusiastic prifessional and also friendly
County Durham is a huge draw for tourists, who flock to this beautiful corner of England to enjoy its many and varied historic landmarks, stunning natural landscapes and lively cosmopolitan cities. A hugely diverse part of the country, a family holiday to County Durham can mean a visit to the Norman-era Durham Cathedral, a walk along Hartlepool marina or an adventure in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are lots of great hotels in Durham and the surrounding region, the majority of which offer excellent family-friendly facilities - from kid-friendly restaurants to free WiFi, to babysitting and childcare services.
All families want to holiday their own way, some will be looking for a luxury boutique experience, whilst others might be looking for conveniently located city-centre accommodation. Thankfully, there's something for all tastes. For example, if your family likes to vacation in the lap of luxury, you might consider the magnificent five-star Seaham Hall. This elegant location offers all the facilities and amenities you'd expect from a luxury hotel, as well as lots of family-friendly touches such as two indoor pools and a childcare service (for an additional charge). Alternatively, you might be looking a family-friendly hotel that's well placed in the heart of one of the North East's great cities. There are plenty of city-centre family-friendly hotels to choose from, including the four-star Raddison BLU Hotel in Durham and the Jury's Inn located in the heart of Middlesbrough.
Wherever you choose to stay in Durham, you'll find lots of amazing family attractions and things to do right on your doorstep. Within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, for example, you'll find lots to explore, including Low Force and High Force waterfalls. The big cities are rich with historic landmarks, notably Durham Castle and Durham Cathedral and Hartlepool's marina, where you'll find Hartlepool Maritime Experience, a fascinating recreation of an 18th century seaport and a great place to visit with your family, wherever your hotel or guesthouse happens to be!