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The Eden Arms Hotel
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Tel code: 01325 | code search
Postcode: DL17 | code search
Population: 130
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The Eden Arms Hotel
"DON'T EAT HERE, THEY CANT'T EVEN DO A CHEESE AND ONION TOASTIE, IT WAS A DISGRACE, A SHADOW OF IT'S FORMER SELF OF THE RUSHYFORD ARMS WITH GOOD FOOD. OH ..." More

The Eden Arms Hotel
"Just returned from a 3 night stay. Great value for money. All the staff were friendly and very helpful. Good choice of food on the menu. Our bedroom was ..." More

The Eden Arms Hotel
"best hotel ever. good value for money and just what we expected. manager was very friendly and that transfered onto his staff. we will be back.

Date visited: recent ..." More

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Between Darlington and Durham in County Durham, in northern England, lies the small village of Rushyford in the borough of Sedgefield. This small village is situated on the old Great North Road, just a few minutes drive from the city of Durham and three miles north of Newton Aycliffe. The Rushyford Roundabout is where the A689 meets the A167 then shortly becomes the A1(M) at junction 60. Rushyford is renowned for its wild deer and other game, providing a supply of local game, which is fully wild, not farmed. Much of which can be enjoyed in a number of local restaurants and hotels. A short way out of the village, on the road to the new town of Newton Aycliffe, lies the Woodham Golf and Country Club, built close to the site of what was once Woodham Farm and which is now the village of Woodham, a modern development built during the 1970’s. The British Conservative politician John Benedict Eden was awarded a life peerage of Rushyford, as Baron Eden of Winton, following his retirement from the House of Commons in 1983. He is the nephew of the former Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden and succeeded his father, Sir Timothy Calvert Eden, to his baronetcies in 1963, as the 9th Baronet of West Auckland.

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Bury Guest House (2.59 miles)

Bury Guest House
The Bury Guest House is a family run, recently updated guest house. With TV, freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, bedding and towels in every room. Microwave, Iron etc are available. Free Parking, Free WIFI, ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Durham (Newton Aycliffe) (2.76 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A1(M). For shops and local amenities this hotel is close to Darlington. Durham city centre is only 9 miles away and for business this hotel is near to ... More | visit website
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Parkhead Country Hotel (3.41 miles)

Parkhead Country Hotel
The Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant is situated in the heart of County Durham and offers a warm friendly welcome at our family owned and run hotel.
Bishop Auckland is a convenient base for reaching ... More | visit website
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Park Head Hotel (3.41 miles)

Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant is situated in the heart of County Durham and offers a warm, friendly welcome and free Wi-Fi in public areas and guestrooms. The spacious and comfortable en suite rooms are ... More | visit website
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Hardwick Hall Hotel (3.97 miles)

Hardwick Hall Hotel

Hardwick Hall Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel set within English parkland. There are superb new deluxe and premier bedrooms with views over the parkland, antique furnishings, hi-tech entertainment systems and spacious bathrooms. The ... More | visit website

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The Old Mill (4.09 miles)

The Old Mill

The old mill has a welcoming atmosphere in a friendly village location. We are open for food and drink all day from Lunch time through to close making us the ideal choice for a quick ... More | visit website

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The Castle Hotel (4.40 miles)

Situated within a few yards of the historic Auckland Castle, in the centre of Market Town in Bishop Auckland, The Castle Bar Hotel features a bar and free Wi-Fi. Durham is a 21-minute drive away. Spread ... More | visit website
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The Queens Head Hotel (4.42 miles)

The Queens Head Hotel
We offer the highest standards of accommodation, food and service all coupled with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Queens Head Hotel is located opposite a picturesque market place just 2 minutes from Aukland castle, ... More | visit website
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Redworth Hall Hotel (4.52 miles)

Redworth Hall Hotel

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A beautiful Elizabethan hotel standing in 150 acres of peaceful woodland in County Durham.
Barceló Redworth Hall Hotel successfully combines traditional elegance with contemporary style. The grand Jacobean manor house has many ... More

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Whitworth Hall Country Park (4.65 miles)

Whitworth Hall Country Park

South of Durham city and close to the A1, the welcoming Whitworth Hall Hotel is set in the heart of a 73-acre deer park. The parkland setting is home to red and fallow deer, an ornamental ... More | visit website

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