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Our recommended hotels in Durham

Redworth Hall Hotel
DL5 6NL Durham
8.1 / 10
from £ 68
Seven Stars Inn
High Street North
DH1 2NU Durham
from £ 50
Honest Lawyer Hotel
Croxdale Bridge
DH1 3SP Durham
8.0 / 10
Radisson Blu Hotel Durham
Frankland Lane
DH1 5TA Durham
8.6 / 10
from £ 81
Marriott Durham Royal Country
Old Elvet
DH1 3JN Durham
6.4 / 10
DH1 1SQ Durham
Ramside Hall Classic Hotel
DH1 1TD Durham
8.7 / 10
from £ 79
Travelodge Durham
Station Lane
DH1 1LJ Durham
8.0 / 10
Days Inn Durham
Roadchef Motorway Service Area, A1M Motorway
DH6 5NP Bowburn
from £ 35
Travelodge Chester-le-Street Hotel
Great North Road Chester Moor
DH2 3RJ Chester-le-Street
The Highfield Hotel
101 Durham Road, East Rainton
DH5 9QT East Rainton
2.5 / 10
from £ 36
Lumley Castle Hotel
Chester Le Street
DH3 4NX Chester-le-Street
6.5 / 10
from £ 62
Emerson district 5
NE37 1LB Washington
8.1 / 10
Campanile Washington Newcastle Upon Tyne
Emerson Road District 5
NE37 1LE Washington
8.4 / 10
from £ 38
Travelodge Washington A1( M) Northbound
Moto Service Area, A1(M), Portobello
DH3 2SJ Washington
9.3 / 10
Best Western Hardwick Hall Hotel
TS21 2EH Sedgefield
9.3 / 10
from £ 65
The Ravensworth Arms Hotel
Greenford Lane Lamesley
NE11 0ER Gateshead
from £ 46
Mercure Newcastle George Washington Hotel Golf and Spa
Stone Cellar Road
NE37 1PH Newcastle upon Tyne
8.0 / 10
Travelodge Sedgefield
A177 / A689 Roundabout
TS21 2JX Stockton-on-Tees
6.9 / 10
Travelodge Sunderland Central
Low Row
SR1 3PT Sunderland
8.6 / 10
The Manor House Hotel
Front Street, The Green
DL14 9HW Bishop Auckland
Manor House Hotel County Durham
The Green, Front Street
DL14 9HW West Auckland
from £ 52
Travelodge Sunderland High Street West
High Street West
SR1 1UD Sunderland
8.5 / 10
Travelodge Newcastle Whitemare Pool
A194, Wardley, Whitemare Pool
NE10 8YB Newcastle upon Tyne
5.6 / 10
Quality Hotel Boldon
Boldon Business Park
NE35 9PE Boldon Colliery
8.7 / 10
Front Street Whickham
NE16 4JG Newcastle upon Tyne
9.0 / 10
from £ 74
Roker Terrace
SR6 9ND Sunderland
5.7 / 10
Hilton Newcastle Gateshead
NE8 2AR Gateshead
7.5 / 10
Marriott Newcastle MetroCentre Hotel
NE11 9XF Gateshead
8.2 / 10

Durham In general

Durham is a classic example of a Norman city and home to the magnificent Durham Cathedral and Castle World Heritage Site. It’s a great destination to take a short break in Durham where you can sightsee historical attractions or even shop in the quaint marketplaces amid breathtaking scenery. Durham is a gateway to the majestic beauty of the Durham Dales and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can experience the great outdoors in the panoramic English countryside. Why not take a look at our guide and book your hotel today.

Extraordinary hotels in Durham

  • Rockcliffe Hall – winner of Large Hotel of the Year in 2013 North east Tourism Awards
  • Seaham Hall Hotel – on the Durham coast to the city

Monuments and attractions

There are plenty of sightseeing activities on offer to experience British history:
  • Durham Cathedral – probably the most authentic Norman building in Europe. Check out the architecture and discover why this was recently voted as the UK’s number one landmark by TripAdvisor.
  • Beamish Museum – this living museum showcases what life was like in the North East of England in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times. Costumed people walk around on set of the gorgeous English countryside and tell you the tales of the conditions they lived in.

Eating and drinking

If you want to experience the best of food and drink in Durham, just look out for the ‘Taste Durham’ sign. This food quality sign is displayed in the many restaurants and bars that will offer the eager visitor a taste of delights to remember. Why not choose a hotel with the Taste Durham Award that provides recognition of good service, quality of meal and the use of local produce.


There are many shopping experiences to take advantage of in the city of Durham:
  • The traditional shopping streets in the centre will reveal to you boutique shops, interesting craft shops and independent style shops selling local produce.
  • Dalton Park is the biggest outlet centre in the region for shopping that will have cut-price costs of clothes and many other wares.
  • Why not visit the Durham Dales Centre where you can undertake a relaxing shopping experience in their very own courtyard and cafe.


Traditional English pubs mingle with the rise of fashionable and trendy bars, both remaining popular with locals and residents alike in the shadow of the Durham Cathedral. Nightclubs can be found along the North Road district of the city. Here are a few examples of the nightlife scene to sample:
  • Klute – one of Durham’s oldest clubs playing 70s and 80s pop.
  • The Market Tavern – located in the shopping district
  • Varsity – a lively pub with low prices
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