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We stayed here for 2 nights for our grandaughter's graduation. It is now an Italian restaurant with accomadation. We didn't eat there but the room was newly refurbished and very nice with a very comfortable bed. The 2 Italians that I assume are the owners were really very nice and were helpful. It ...
We had a very relaxing stay at Ramside hall after a full on 60th birthday. We had spa treatments and took full advantage of the first class spa facilities. We dined in the Asian fusion restaurant and had a delicious breakfast one morning. All the staff were helpful and friendly but still professional. ...
Easy to find, plenty of parking, warm welcome by friendly staff, comfortable rooms (& beds), great breakfast. A short distance from Durham University & Durham City Centre. A pleasant and enjoyable stay - no complaints. Would definitely use again.
Large comfortable room with a nice view of the countryside. Dinner at the reasonably priced and very tasty (I ordered leg of lamb with mixed veggies). A very nice place...particularly liked the authentic zulu war shield with thrusting spear and club on the wall next to our table.
Redworth Hall Hotel has an amazing frontage. And with its grand entrance you'd expect a hotel with character. It sort of has it but it could be better. The dining room's a bit bog standard 90s hotel style. I realise the bedrooms and bar/restaurant is in the part that was added in the 90s, but you'd ...
Only stayed one night. Room was clean and functional. Not a lot to do as it is on a motorway service area but it was excellent for my purpose which was to get a good nights sleep and get on my way next morning. The hotel does not do breakfast but sells £10 vouchers at a cost of £7.50 and these can ...
County Durham is home to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the UK, notably the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which comprises stunning heather moorland, tumbling rivers and waterfalls and fragrant hay meadows and is the second largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain. So beautiful is the County Durham countryside that it would be a shame to leave your dog behind when you holiday there. Thankfully you don't have to, as there are several pet-friendly hotels and guesthouses in the region.
Exploring the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural is a great way to spend a day's holiday, especially if your dog tags (or should that be wags?) along. There are many excellent trails in the region, for example heading to High Force and Low Force Waterfalls. Taking in a mixture of terrain, and with the possibility of seeing some of Britain's rarest species. It has to be one of the best walking spots in the country - and, as is often the case, your dog is likely to enjoy it at least ten times as much as you do! In Bernard Castle, which is located just outside of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding, you'll find the charming four-star Home Lands Guest House, which as well as offering amenities such as free WiFi, also allows pets to stay for a small surcharge.
Many pet-friendly hotels in Durham and the surrounding region are set in acres of extensive parkland. The magnificent four-star Macdonald Gisborough Hall, for example, boasts beautifully kept extensive grounds and a charming rural setting, overlooking the local woodland. Macdonald Gisborough Hall welcomes guests with pets in tow, for a small surcharge per pet, per night. Pet-friendly doesn't necessarily mean rural hotels and guesthouses only located away from the major cities, and Days Inn Durham is conveniently placed within six miles of Durham's top attractions, such as Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle and the Oriental Museum. Pets can stay at the Days Inn Durham for a surcharge.