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Hotels in Durham, County Durham
Classic British Hotels features 2 Durham hotels.
Durham, County Durham - Durham 2 miles (3 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.
Darlington, County Durham - Durham 18 miles (29 km)
Originally part of the Bishop of Durham?s estate, Hall Garth Hotel is an elegant 15th century manor house with a quiet parkland setting. It is located half a mile from the A1(M) and 4 miles from the market town of Darlington. Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesborough and Durham are all within easy reach. Bedrooms offer modern amenities and free Wi-Fi internet access. The hotel looks out onto its own 9-hole golf course, which has a medieval hunting lodge as a feature, and there is an on-site leisure club with an indoor pool and a beauty salon. Fine food is served in Hugo's Restaurant and the new WineBarn Restaurant offers 40 handpicked wines by the glass.
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Book a hotel near Durham with Classic British Hotels. A short hotel break in Durham offers a wealth of things to do and see. Our hotels near Durham are spacious, elegant and set in acres of stunning parkland.
For excellent hotel accommodation near Durham, look no further. You can make a reservation online at the hotel and start planning your stay in Durham today. Our Durham hotels are close to the beautiful and historic Durham city centre with its Victorian Market, superb shops and boutiques, and wide choice of restaurants. The breathtaking Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle are now a World Heritage Site. Take the Prince Bishop river cruise, or stroll along the river towpath and watch the Durham University rowing teams.