Chester Le StreetCopyright Rob Bishop

Chester Le Street is a regional shopping hub, and has a good range of restaurants and pubs too, its centre a conservation area. Both Durham and Newcastle are in easy reach... Read More

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Hotels in Chester Le Street - 4 places to stay

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The Lambton Arms Hotel

The Lambton Arms Hotel
The Lambton Arms is a large pub in the centre of Chester Le Street, with 8 letting rooms available, both double and twin rooms We have a large car park which is free of charge with ... More | visit website

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Lumley Castle Hotel (1.02 miles)

Lumley Castle Hotel

The origins of this magnificently preserved castle go back to the 9th century, although the main building dates from 14th century. Sympathetic refurbishment over the ages has transformed it into an international hotel offering an ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Washington (2.21 miles)

Holiday Inn Washington

Between historic Durham, Sunderland and Newcastle, the Holiday Inn Washington hotel is ideally located in Tyne and Wear, just off the A1M junction 64. This long-established hotel is well known for its friendly staff and ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Newcastle (Washington) (2.21 miles)

Premier Inn Newcastle (Washington)
Situated just off junction 64 of the A1(M), centrally positioned between Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham City. For shopping, the MetroCentre is only a short drive. Other attractions include Durham County Cricket ground, the Angel of ... More | visit website
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Campanile Hotel - Washington (2.26 miles)

Campanile Hotel - Washington

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Ideally located just of junction 64 of the A1(M), the Campanile Washington offer excellent value for money. All our comfortably furnished rooms have en suite facilities, including TV (with sky channel), direct ... More

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Travelodge Washington A1(M) Southbound (2.34 miles)

Travelodge Washington A1(M) Southbound

Located on the A1(M), close to Washington, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free ... More | visit website

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Three Arch Cottage (3.23 miles)

Three Arch Cottage

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A charming rural retreat yet only 5 miles from Gateshead's Metro Centre and its huge variety of shops, eating places and cinema, this traditional converted granary certainly ... More

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Bowes Incline Hotel (3.37 miles)

Bowes Incline Hotel

Reopened on 5th February 2007, the transformation of The Bowes Incline Hotel is now complete. The Hotel maintains the 18 en-suite rooms and warm, friendly welcome which have made it extremely popular with visitors to ... More | visit website

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Chilton Country Pub & Hotel (3.46 miles)

Chilton Country Pub & Hotel
Nestling in a quiet country setting, surround by beautiful countryside the Chilton Country Pub and Hotel is ideally situated to place guests with in easy access to Durham, Sunderland, Newcastle city centres, therefore making this ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Durham North (3.49 miles)

For shops and local amenities Arnison retail centre is only a 5 minute walk. Durham city centre is only 3 miles away. Conveniently located for Durham train station. Local attractions include Durham County Cricket Club, ... More | visit website
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The Lambton Hounds Inn (3.59 miles)

The Lambton Hounds Inn

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The Lambton Hounds is a family run 250-year-old coaching inn situated in the village of Pity Me, less than 2 miles from the city of Durham. With a congenial atmosphere ... More

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