PiercebridgeCopyright Colin Smith

Piercebridge a few miles west of Darlington is a little bit of ancient Rome in the North East, with a Roman bridge across the Tees and the remains of a Roman camp to be seen there... Read More

Hotels in Piercebridge - 2 places to stay

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The George Hotel

The George Hotel

Situated on the banks of the River Tees, The George hotel is much more than a coaching inn. Behind its traditional facade, the George has a wonderful Ball room, recently renovated, a restaurant overlooking the ... More | visit website

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Walworth Castle Hotel (2.37 miles)

Walworth Castle Hotel

One of the country’s finest historic hotels, parts of which date back to the 12th century, Best Western Walworth Castle is set in 18 acres of grounds only 3 miles from Darlington. This independently owned ... More | visit website

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Headlam Hall Hotel (2.48 miles)

Headlam Hall Hotel

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A secluded rural retreat, this Jacobean country house hotel with luxury spa and golf course is situated 10 minutes' drive from the A1. The hotel is located in 4 acres of beautiful ... More | visit website

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Luxury Darlington Apartments (3.57 miles)

Luxury Darlington Apartments

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"Sleep with us tonight" represents the chance of staying in an exclusive high quality development of apartments and mews houses in the picturesque village of Cockerton, a long established and ... More

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Scotch Corner Hotel (4.41 miles)

Scotch Corner Hotel

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The landmark, ivy-covered Scotch Corner Hotel is ideally located on the A1/A66 junction in close proximity to Darlington and Catterick with Newcastle, York, Leeds and Middlesbrough just a short drive ... More

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Business Class @ Greenhills (4.48 miles)

Business Class @ Greenhills

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Business class @ Greenhills-setting new standards for opulence, exclusivity and luxury living in County Durham with this new serviced apartment, available for short term lets with no minimum stay. Serviced ... More

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Blackwell Grange Hotel (4.66 miles)

Blackwell Grange Hotel

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Unwind in the elegance of this beautiful and historic 17th century mansion, set in 15 acres of its woodland. The hotel has 110 en-suite bedrooms with all the facilities one would expect. ... More

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Redworth Hall Hotel (4.70 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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Hotel Bannatyne Darlington (4.74 miles)

Hotel Bannatyne Darlington

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A superb City Centre Hotel in the heart of Darlington. Easy access from the A1(m), train station and Durham Tees Valley Airport. Free Access to the Health Club facilities located ... More

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Trudy's Guesthouse (4.85 miles)

Trudy
Trudy and Ronnie have been welcoming visitors since 1999 and have hundreds and hundreds of satisfied customers who often return to visit. As a well travelled engineer himself, Ronnie knows just how important ... More | visit website
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The Four Alls (4.97 miles)

The Four Alls
The Four Alls is a stone built traditional inn located in the centre of the village of Ovington. It is centrally located with easy access to Barnard Castle and the Bowes Museum, Darlington with its ... More | visit website

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