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The Eden Arms Hotel
Rushyford
County Durham

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This one-time 17th Century coaching inn has long been considered a warm and welcoming setting. The hotel is only eight miles from Durham City Centre, allowing you to visit Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle and the many excellent shops and boutiques.

The Swallow Eden Arms Hotel has the addition of every modern convenience including en-suite accommodation, Leisure Club and fully equipped conference and banqueting facilities.

Dining is available in our bar lounge and Binchesters Restaurant, which serves a wide variety of dishes throughout the day. From light lunches in the bar, to bistro style cuisine in the restaurant you're sure to enjoy a most memorable meal.

During your stay you can enjoy free use of the Leisure Club with its fully equipped gym, indoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, spa and plunge pool. The hotel also provides excellent wedding and conference facilities, making the Swallow Eden Arms the perfect location for both your business or leisure break.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 45
Number Ensuite: 45
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Restaurant

Name: Binchesters Restaurant

Facilities

Local Car Hire
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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Open All Year
Gym
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Night Porter
Conference/Business Facilities

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