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Farnley Tower
The Avenue
Durham
County Durham

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Farnley Tower is sited in an elevated position providing stunning views over Durham Cathedral and Castle, as well as the surrounding Durham countryside. It also has its own car park and gardens.
Although situated in a quiet residential area it is only a short walk from the city centre with its numerous shops and restaurants.
If you are travelling or working, Farnley Tower provides a quiet haven in which to relax. Our aim is to cater for your individual needs

All 13 of our bedrooms are individually designed using traditional colours and fabrics.
Each room has en-suite facilities, direct dial telephone with modem point and individual number, colour television with satellite channels, radio, hairdryer, steam iron and ironing board and tea/coffee refreshment tray.
Most rooms offer views of the rolling Durham countryside or the majestic cathedral and castle.

Additional Facilities:
Wireless Internet

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Room:

Double: From 75
Twin: From 90
Single: From 55
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No Smoking Rooms
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