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The Harrowgate Hill Lodge
Harrowgate Hill
Darlington
County Durham

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On the outskirts of Darlington, this charming establishment offers comfortable, well equipped accommodation, convenience and simplicity, all at great value-rates. The hotel is well situated, neighbouring the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales, the Beamish Open Air Museum and the historic city of Durham. As well as being very popular with the local business community, the hotel also offers a relaxing place to spend the night for the local traveller or tourist.

There is a public house annexed to the hotel, with a garden, including seating areas where customers can enjoy their food and drink. The public house has a great bar and offers good food, from traditional pub meals to contemporary food. The hotel has 40 comfortable en suite rooms, all of which are decorated to a high standard. Staff are helpful and friendly, and the hotel combines traditional comfort with modern convenience.

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