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Tall Trees
Green Lane
Yarm
Cleveland and Teesside

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Welcome to the world of Hotel Tall Trees. Quite simply one of the finest Hotel, Entertainment and Leisure complexes in Europe. Where else can you find such a unique combination of traditional Three-star luxury and nightlife to put the best of London’s clubland in the shade?Where else can the country’s businesspersons rub shoulders with Prime Ministers, present and past? Where else is there so much choice whether you are dining in our White Room Restaurant or Bistro or relaxing at the bar. Where else serves the needs of commerce industry, the health conscious and those who like nothing more than letting their hair down.Tall Trees is situated on the outskirts of Teesside, only a short drive from Durham & Tees Valley International Airport and within minutes of the A19 & A1. It is a great base whether you are in the NorthEast for business or pleasure. We are on the doorstep of the land of the Prince Bishops, the North Yorkshire Moors, Herriot country and TV’s Heartbeat.Quite Simply we do believe there is nowhere else like Tall Trees

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