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Hatfield College, Durham, County Durham

Hatfield College
North Bailey
Durham
County Durham

DH1 3RQ | View map
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Hatfield College is situated in the heart of the City, in the shadow of the great Norman Cathedral and Heritage Site, and on the banks of the River Wear. It is a few hundred yards from all the facilities and amenities that Durham has to offer.
We can offer accommodation ranging from 2-diamond rated single standard and en-suite rooms, to 4-diamond rated executive en-suite bedrooms (the only ones within the University). Limited car parking is available on site.
Hatfield College's recently refurbished Melville Building provides 22 twin/double executive-style en-suite bedrooms and two family rooms. These rooms have been awarded the "VisitBritain" 4-diamond rating, which confirms them as the best University accommodation available, moreover in a City-centre location with its own parking

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