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Grafton House
40 South Street
Durham
County Durham

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Grafton House is a boutique hotel providing luxury accommodation in the heart of the historic city of Durham. Formerly a private residence, on possibly the best street in Durham City, Grafton House has been created with love, care and meticulous attention to detail. Not only is the interior stunning, but it is situated in a conservation area and enjoys breathtaking views of Durham Castle and Cathedral.

The cathedral itself can be visited by a 5 minute stroll along the riverside as can the city centre. Durham boasts numerous historical landmarks as well as a variety of fine restaurants.

We have designed 10 individual bedroom experiences that allow you to escape from the hustle and bustle and stresses of the outside world. Somewhere you can recharge your batteries, relax and reinvigorate. Our boutique hotel is the perfect choice for people who want an intimate atmosphere, high quality surroundings and first-class service. Stay with us for the night, weekend or week and we promise to give you an experience to remember.

The moment you step through the front door, we want you to feel that you have stepped into somewhere special ‚Äď a home away from home.

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