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Situated in Hartlepool, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Victoria Park and Hartlepool Maritime Experience. Museum of Hartlepool and Monkey Statue ...
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At the Hartlepool Maritime Experience, you can discover this town's fascinating maritime heritage, from its prehistoric origins to its rapid growth into one of the nation's principle ship-building communities. You can find a good mix of budget friendly, mid-range and deluxe hotels within walking distance of the Hartlepool Maritime Experience or just a short car journey away.
Explore the Historic Quayside, where you can find out how Hartlepool once prospered as one of the leading maritime centres of the northeast, where talented shipbuilders manufactured huge merchant ships for the Royal Navy. Hop aboard the P.S.S. Wingfield Castle, a restored 1930s paddle steamer, and explore this fascinating ship, then head to the coffee shop for a refreshing hot drink and some snacks.
The Hartlepool Maritime Experience also features Britain's oldest warship, HMS Trincomale, which dates back to the 1810s and was built in India, carefully restored in Hartlepool in the late-20th Century. No visit to the attraction would be complete without spending some time at the Museum of Hartlepool itself, where you can learn more about this town's proud industrial past and observe artefacts ranging from Bronze Age discoveries to exhibits on Hartlepool's 19th and 20th century growth.
Wherever you decide to stay in Hartlepool, you can expect well-appointed rooms with good quality bedding. Many hotel rooms also offer tea and coffee-making facilities and private bathrooms, and some have breakfast rooms where you can enjoy a delicious full-English or continental breakfast to help you get ready for a long day of sightseeing.
Come to the Heugh Battery Museum, which is part of Hartlepool's picturesque headland and offers an interesting insight into the town's role in the First World War. Here you, can learn about the North East Bombardment of 1914, when the Imperial Germany Navy attacked Hartlepool, Whitby and Scarborough.
With WiFi available in virtually every accommodation in establishment in Hartlepool, you can easily make online reservations for local restaurants, find out about other places to visit in the town.