Peterlee

Peterlee near the Durham coast is essentially a new town, once a mining centre. Around the town which is well provided for as regards leisure and retail facilities the attractions include Castle Eden nature reserve... Read More

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Chimneys Hotel

Chimneys Hotel
The Proprietors and his Team Would Like To Welcome You to Chimneys Hotel. The Chimneys Hotel built in 1925, previously known as The Trust and was mostly used by miners who worked at Blackhall Colliery. ... More | visit website
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Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel

Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel
Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel is situated 21/2 miles from both Peterlee and Hartlepool, 5 miles from Seaham and 9 from Durham. Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel is furnished in a style befitting a traditonal manor ... More | visit website

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Gables Hotel (3.74 miles)

Gables Hotel

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A family run hotel with after dinner entertainment provided by mine host. Five miles east of Durham City, on the B1283 road at Haswell Plough. John and Dorcas Milner have been ... More

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Catlow Hall (4.10 miles)

17th Century Country House with panormic views of open countryside. Extensive gardens, ponds and wildlife. All rooms are ensuite with tv and refreshments. ... More
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The Harbour View (5.35 miles)

The Harbour View
The Harbour View Hotel is set in an enviable position facing the sea in Seaham Harbour. Within easy travelling distance of Sunderland and Durham this place is everything you would expect from a seaside hotel. ... More | visit website
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Three Horseshoes Inn (6.08 miles)

Three Horseshoes Inn

The Three Horseshoes, situated within easy reach of the beautiful city of Durham, is a comfortable Old Country Inn with a well- stocked cellar, good food and first-class accommodation.

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The Windmill (6.60 miles)

The Windmill
Recently refurbished to the highest standard the Windmill is Teeside's premier hotel; eatery and conferencing facility. Conveniently situated in very close proximity of the A19 and short distance to the west of central Hartlepool this ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Hartlepool Marina (7.02 miles)

Conveniently located for Hartlepool train station. For shops and local amenities Hartlepool town centre is only 0.5 miles away. Our Hartlepool Marina Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an ... More | visit website
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Oakroyd (7.12 miles)

Oakroyd
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Oakroyd. David and Mandy Mountney would like to make your stay in Hartlepool a memorable one; and offer their guest accommodation; with its pleasant surroundings ... More | visit website
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Grand Hotel (7.18 miles)

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The Grand hotel styled on a chateau, is pivotal to the historic town of Hartlepool. From the imposing Victorian ballroom to the larger than average accommodation, there is so much to ... More

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York House (7.29 miles)

York House

Situated in the centre of Hartlepool, this 4-star guest house offers comfortable accommodation and good facilities, including free high-speed Wi-Fi wireless internet access. The only guest house in Hartlepool to be awarded 4 stars by the ... More | visit website

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Hillcarter Hotel (7.31 miles)

Hillcarter Hotel

Close to Hartlepool Marina and directly opposite the train station, the Hillcarter Hotel has well-equipped, comfortable rooms and free Wi-Fi access. Friday and Saturday evenings see the hotel's 2 nightclubs come alive with top-class entertainment ... More | visit website

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