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Chester-le-Street Hotels (County Durham)
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Durham, County Durham - Chester-le-Street 6 miles (10 km)
Ramside Hall Hotel is set in beautiful grounds, surrounded by a superb 27-hole championship golf course. Every bedroom is individual with either two small double beds or king-sized beds. Premier rooms have large bathrooms, some with whirlpool baths, and there are two luxurious Presidential Suites. Guests have two dining options ? the Rib Room Steakhouse & Grill, a French style brasserie with an extensive menu, specialising in steaks; and Pemberton?s Carvery & Rotisserie. The self-catering Ramside Farmhouse sleeps up to 10 people and is ideal for parties of golfers.
Morpeth / Newcastle, Northumberland - Chester-le-Street 29 miles (47 km)
Longhirst is 18 miles from Newcastle with a direct link via the A1, just 2 miles away. Extensive grounds with woodlands, jogging trails, cricket pitches, floodlit hockey and football pitches, and two golf courses surround the hotel. The new-look Boyson Restaurant is in the original Georgian mansion house and the new Collingwood Bar offers the best of British pub food. Bedrooms are contemporary and are in the newer part of the hotel. The new 'Decoro Spa' offers a range of luxurious, organic spa treatments which contain locally farmed ingredients and cold-pressed moisturising oils.
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Located 8 miles west of Sunderland on the River Wear, Chester-le-Street is close to Durham, Newcastle and Newcastle Airport. Chester-le-Street has its own rich history, having held St. Cuthbert's body for 113 years before it was moved to Durham Cathedral, and it is the site of the first English translation of the Bible. Chester-le-Street is home to Durham County Cricket Club. Nearby Beamish open Air Museum is well worth a visit.