Hotels in Durham, Durham Guesthouses, Durham Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
Here’s a few nice hotels in Durham to make your stay a pleasant one. Accommodation in Durham ranges from bed and breakfast, pub rooms and onto large hotels, so hopefully something to suit every budget.
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Gadds Town House Hotel Durham
34 Old Elvet Durham City, Durham, DH1 3HN
Gadd’s Town House Hotel is centrally located on Old Elvet, Durham.
Durham Cathedral, Castle and shops are within walking distance. This Durham Hotel’s special ambience and the tastefully designed interiors will guarantee a memorable stay. With just 11 hotel rooms stacked neatly into this 18th century town house. Three in the garden have private hot tubs, 7 in the main house are individually designed. The bedrooms exude opulence making them the most indulgent and romantic in Durham City. In addition to the dramatic bedrooms there is a destination restaurant and cocktail bar (please note that the restaurant is closed on a Sunday evening)
Durham Hotels : Gadd’s Townhouse
Radisson BLU Hotel Durham
Frankland Lane, Durham, DH1 5TA
Nestled on a lovely bend of the River Wear, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Durham offers beautiful views of Durham Cathedral and the old city of Durham and is close to cultural attractions, shopping areas and businesses. Durham is well known for its ancient Cathedral and for being the home of Durham University, the third oldest university in England. Designed for comfort, the Durham hotel’s standard rooms come with excellent amenities such as a flat screen plasma TV, dedicated work space and complimentary high-speed internet access.
All rooms are designed in soothing brown and red tones. The hotel invites guests to enjoy a very stylish, contemporary Italian experience at the Filini Restaurant and Bar. Guests will be tempted with an innovative menu, all complemented by breathtaking views to the River Wear and of the historic city and famous Cathedral. The hotel also has leisure facilities which include pool, state-of-the-art gymnasium, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.
Durham Hotels : Radisson Blu
The City Hotel Durham
84 New Elvet, Durham DH1 3AQ
Our newly refurbished 18th century building is the perfect environment for business and pleasure alike. Situated just a stones throw from one of the UK’s first world heritage sites and recently voted the UK’s number one landmark, Durham Cathedral. With its large student population and tourist interests alike, Durham is a booming city all year round. Durham has something for everyone from great shopping, fantastic heritage and outstanding night life. Having just been refurbished, the rooms are modern and tasteful whilst retaining the character that this 18th century building has to offer. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, our team here at The City will do everything possible to ensure you have an enjoyable stay.
Durham Hotels : The City
The Bridge Hotel Durham
39-40 North Road, Durham DH1 4SE
The Bridge Hotel sits in the heart of Durham City where for over a decade it has offered a wide range of beers, wine, spirits and delicious home cooked food. Situated less than five minutes from both the train and bus stations, the Bridge is ideally located to offer great value accommodation (and our famous home cooked breakfast). On this site you can find about all the Bridge has to offer, from our food menus to details of the hotel rooms and all the latest news and offers from the pub. You can also contact us directly from the site regarding hotel or table bookings and any other queries you might have. You can keep up with all the latest happenings right here on the site, or by following us on Twitter or Facebook.
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Durham Hotels : The Bridge
The Garden House Inn Hotel Durham
Framwellgate Peth, Durham, DH1 4NQ
Situated less than a mile from Durham’s historic city centre, and only a 10 minute walk from the Railway station, The Garden House Inn is a great location from which to explore the historic city of Durham. It offers tastefully designed rooms, a vibrant real ale pub, free Wi-Fi, and a popular eating house frequented by locals, serving traditional home cooked British food. Each stylish en suite room features a flat screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer.
The charming wooden-beamed real ale pub serves a variety of locally brewed ales and European larger. While a team of passionate young chefs work in the kitchen, producing seasonally driven menus that offer traditional home-cooked British faye at its best. Guests can enjoy both ale and food alike, outside in the tranquil beer garden, in the modern conservatory restaurant or by the roaring open fires which feature in the bar. Free parking is also available.
Ideally located. Guests are close to Durham city with its famous cathedral, castle and the beautiful tree lined river banks. The bright lights of Newcastle are only a 15 minute train journey away and a 30 minute drive will take you to the picturesque North Pennines.
Durham Hotels : The Garden House
Bannatyne’s Hotel and Health Club Durham
Eden Terrace , Durham, DH1 2HJ
Only opened in February 2007. Plasma TVs and free WIFI connection. A State of the art Bannatyne Health Club is located next door which is complimentary to all hotel residents. This includes a large swimming pool and jacuzzi. Breakfast facilities are in the Health Club and payable there. Just off junction 62 on A1(M) and one mile from Durham city, non smoking throughout. For bookings with 2 adults and 2 children, please contact LateRooms.com before booking as we have limited family rooms.
Durham Hotels : Bannatyne’s
Farnley Tower Hotel Durham
The Avenue, Durham, DH1 4DX
Farnley Tower Hotel provides stunning views over Durham Castle, the Cathedral, and surrounding countryside. The hotel is a prominent Victorian mansion, renowned for its architecture and gardens.All comfortable rooms are individually designed and have TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms have beautiful views of the Castle Cathedral and countryside. Farnley Tower is just a short walk from the town centre.
With an elevated position and location, Farnley Tower Hotel and Restaurant offers the perfect place to relax and unwind amid the facilities of a modern city hotel. Our newly refurbished state of the art meetings / function room is ideal for those corporate business meetings or small wedding receptions (up to 30 persons). Dine in the award-winning Michelin recommended Gourmet Spot restaurant and bar, specialising in innovative and imaginative cuisine. The menu features an array of local fresh produce and a huge choice of wines. Please note, the restaurant is only open “Tuesdays to Saturdays from 5.30pm till late.
Ample free car parking on site and free WiFi access is available for guests.
Durham Hotels : Farnley Tower
Moor End Bed and Breakfast Durham
7-8 Moor End Terrace, Junction Broomside Lane & High Street Carville, Belmont, Durham, DH1 1BJ
Welcome to Moor End Guest House. Debbie and Martin saw Moor End Guest House in August 2010, fell in love with it and bought it on 1st March 2011. It is non-smoking establishment with 1 family (one double and up to two single for children aged 5 -16 only), 2 twin rooms and 2 double room. It has a 4 star Quality in Tourism rating. Key features include free WI-FI internet access, free car parking for four vehicles, free electric vehicle charging for guest use for one vehicle subject to availability based on a first come first served basis, central heating throughout, 26″ flat screen TV’s with freeview, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries and tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms. Ironing facilities available on request, All rooms non-smoking. All rooms en suite. Vegetarians and special dietary requirements catered for where possible, please contact us for confirmation.
Well behaved children over five welcome, Moor End Durham is a pleasantly situated stone-built house built in 1840. It is close to Durham city centre and the A1(M) with excellent pubs/restaurants nearby. The city can trace its history back a thousand years, to the arrival of a religious community seeking a permanent resting place for the body of St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne. As a shrine for their saint, they built first a wooden, then a stone church, on top of a rocky hill, protected on three sides by the River Wear. Following the Norman conquest of 1066, King William also found this site appealing and realised it offered an ideal strategic location from which to rule Northumbria and defend the region against the Scots. The community of Cuthbert gave way to Benedictine Monks and a Bishop appointed by the king. They began the building of the Cathedral, to provide a monumental shrine for St Cuthbert, and the Castle, to act as protection for the Cathedral and to provide a palace for the Bishop. The result was one of the most impressive construction projects ever undertaken.
Durham Hotels : Moor End Bed and Breakfast
Ramside Hall Hotel Durham
Carrville, Durham, DH1 1TD
The Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf is an impressive hotel set within a 220 acre estate just 400 metres from junction 62 of the A1M motorway. All bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished either with two twin beds or a king size bed and include remote control teletext television (with Sky Sports) fresh fruit and much more. With two restaurants to choose from – The Brand New “Rib Room ” or Pembertons Rotisserie & Carvery – you are spoilt for choice. Comprehensive Meeting & Events facilities for up to 600 with Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The championship 27-hole golf course is complemented by a superb golf clubhouse, driving range and Golf Academy. We also offer complimentary guest parking for 600 cars.
Durham Hotels : Ramside Hall
The Lambton Hounds Durham
Inn 62-64 Front Street, Pity Me, Durham, DH1 5DE
A warm welcome awaits you from the owners of The Lambton Hounds Inn, Katy Wolsey & her brother James. We invite you to enjoy a relaxing drink in the cosy snug, sample one of the cask ales, or taste our great value steaks and homemade Sunday lunch in our restaurant. The Lambton Hounds Inn provides the ideal location for a weekend break in the heart of the North East. Situated in the village of Pity Me, less than 2 miles from the city of Durham, The Lambton Hounds is a 250-year-old, family run coaching inn on the Great North Road from York to Newcastle. With a congenial atmosphere and inviting fireplace, it is a popular local with a traditional British pub atmosphere. With a wide selection of both keg and cask-conditioned beers on offer, comfortable en-suite accommodation and delicious homemade food in our restaurant, The Lambton Hounds can provide an excellent base to explore the historic city of Durham.
We currently have a choice of seven rooms for visitors to choose from. We pride ourselves on the high standards maintained throughout this traditional B&B. All rooms have en-suite facilities with a choice of bath or shower. Rooms are equipped with the kind of facilities you would expect of a three star National Tourist Board approved bed and breakfast. In addition to our seven bedrooms, we have a cosy snug, traditional bar with pool table, dartboard & jukebox, a relaxing beer garden and a lounge bar. An interesting feature of our lounge bar is that it has the original cocktail bar of the RMS Olympic, the sister ship of the Titanic. The Lambton Hounds is conveniently placed, with excellent park and ride facilities close by for easy access to the North East’s most famous sights and tourist attractions. Including: The Durham Cathedral heritage site, historic Durham City, the Baltic Art gallery & Millennium Bridge, Beamish museum, the Angel of the North and the Riverside Stadium. We also have ample parking on site in our large car park situated at the rear of the pub.
Durham Hotels : The Lambton Hounds
Sniperly Hall Bed and Breakfast Durham
Sniperley Hall , Durham, DH15RA
Set within its own walled gardens, this beautiful 18th-century house is just 2 miles from the historic center of Durham. With free Wi-Fi and free on site parking, Sniperley Hall is ideally situated for those wanting to explore this remarkable city with cathedral and castle, visit Durham University or the University Hospital of North Durham. Serving a full English breakfast in the morning, made with locally sourced bacon and sausage, and fresh eggs from our own hens. Lighter continental options are also available, with bread, croissants, fresh fruit and yogurt.
The shops and restaurants of the old city can be reached in 5 minutes’ drive. The University of Durham is less than a 10-minute drive away and both Durham New College and the University Hospital of North Durham can be reached in 2 minutes by car.
The center of Newcastle can also be reached in 30 minutes by car, as can the picturesque North Pennines.
Durham Hotels : Sniperley Hall
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