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The Victorian Town House
2, Victoria Terrace
Durham
County Durham

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The Victorian Town House, recently renovated to an exceptionally high standard, is set in the heart of the World Heritage site of Durham's majestic Cathedral and Castle. The guesthouse has a picturesque setting in a conservation area, overlooking leafy Wharton Park, yet only a 5 minute walk into Durham City.

Convenient location as it is only a 5 minute walk to both the Railway Station and Coach Station see www.thetrainline.com
Private off street parking plus on street parking available.
Luxury en suite bed and breakfast accommodation.
Complimentary hospitality tray and hairdryer in each room with iron and ironing board available. All bedrooms have LCD TV's with DVD (A library of DVD's available)
A mix of traditional elegance and contemporary style.
Wireless internet connectivity throughout.
Garden.
Strictly non smoking establishment.
Regret no pets.

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Nearest Train Station: Durham
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Price per Room:

Double: from 80
Twin: from 80
Single: from 50
Suite: Superior/family from 85
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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