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B and Bs in Hartlepool

Oakroyd
133 Park Road
Hartlepool
Cleveland and Teesside

TS26 9HT | View map
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A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Oakroyd. David and Mandy Mountney would like to make your stay in Hartlepool a memorable one; and offer their guest accommodation; with its pleasant surroundings and popular restaurant; as your base.

The Oakroyd is minutes walk from the Town Centre and the Hartlepool Maritime Experience. The Marina and Hartlepool Museum are also close by. For Families; the beach at Seaton Carew is approximately 3 miles away with lots of fun for everyone. Durham and its Cathedral is only 30 minutes by car. For a look back to the past; Beamish Museum is a further 15 minutes and will ensure a full day's entertainment. Alternatively; spend a day shopping at the Metrocentre; one of Europe's biggest shopping centres (40 minutes by car). Similarly; the Yorkshire Moors and North East Coast are 45 minutes drive; or find the sleepy villages of Guisborough and Northallerton for Markets. Northumberland and York are approximately 1˝ hours away.

All our rooms are ensuite and well equipped. We have a small restaurant and bar. Breakfast in included and we use locally sourced produce where possible.

Our accomodation has the following features: 24 hour access; meals; Wi-fi internet access; meeting facilities if required; telephone facility.

Please note: we are a non smoking hotel. Small dogs allowed. Children welcome. Check in: 14:00 and check out: 10:30. Please note we are unable to accept bookings after 8pm on your day of arrival.

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