Durham

Durham is one of the loveliest cities in Britain, with its magnificent cathedral and equally impressive castle, jointly a World Heritage Site framed with riversides and wooded greenery and enhanced by hundreds of other listed buildings. A cultured and cosmopolitan spot too thanks to its students and academics... Read More

"Grey towers of Durham, yet well I loved thy mixed and massive piles"
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Durham Events

April
Annual Easter Chick Hunt
Brilliant Bonnets
Easter Activities
Easter Activities
Treasure Trail
May
Friends of the Garden Plant Sale
May Day Madness
World Heritage Site Weekend
June
Celebrate the Summer Solstice
Durham Raft Race: Wet & Wacky on the River Wear
Durham Regatta
Nissan Benfield’s Last Night of The Proms
July
Durham Miner's Gala
Festival of British Archaeology
MG Car Display
August
Ancient Egypt
DLI Military Vehicle Rally
Islam
Japan
Teddy Bear’s Picnic
September
Durham Military Tattoo
Durham Punk Festival
Heritage Open Days
October
Half Term Family Activities
Halloween Crook Hall
The Durham City Walk
December
A Traditional Victorian Christmas
Carols of Light
Durham Traditional Christmas Festival
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Hotels in Durham - 47 places to stay

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Honest Lawyer Hotel

Honest Lawyer Hotel

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Located on the A167, this hotel offers easy access to Durham Cathedral and Castle in the city centre, as well as Durham University colleges and campuses. Beamish Museum, Durham County Cricket Ground, ... More | Double Room: From £46

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Whitworth Hall Hotel

Whitworth Hall Hotel

We have 29 bedrooms luxuriously appointed with each room design being different, providing a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere.

We also have 4 Premier rooms which have either a 4 poster bed or a whirlpool bath and these can ... More | visit website

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Farnley Tower

Farnley Tower

Farnley Tower is sited in an elevated position providing stunning views over Durham Cathedral and Castle, as well as the surrounding Durham countryside. It also has its own car park and gardens.
Although situated in a ... More | Double Room: From £75 | visit website

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Bowburn Hall Hotel

Bowburn Hall Hotel

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Bowburn Hall is a small country house hotel with 19 individually decorated bedrooms, approximately 2 miles from Durham City Centre with easy access to the A1(M). All bedrooms en-suite, with ... More

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Bay Horse Inn

Bay Horse Inn
The Bay horse Inn is a stone built building located in the quiet village of brandon . It is situated on a hill overlooking Durham city which is only a short drive away. The bay ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak

Royal Oak

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Welcome to the Royal Oak . The Royal Oak is a family run Venue situated in one of Durham's hidden Valleys offering fantastic panorama, venues and walks. We have a ... More

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Kingslodge

Kingslodge

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Welcome to Kingslodge, Durham's hidden Gem, situated on the edge of Flass Vale, itself a unique and protected area of woodland at the heart of the City.

The Hotel is within ... More

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The Lambton Hounds Inn

The Lambton Hounds Inn

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The Lambton Hounds is a family run 250-year-old coaching inn situated in the village of Pity Me, less than 2 miles from the city of Durham. With a congenial atmosphere ... More

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Hotel Bannatyne Durham

Hotel Bannatyne Durham

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Opened in February 2007, this hotel offers a convenient location just off the A1 motorway and next door to the state-of-the-art Bannatyne Health Club, complimentary for guests. Here, you can make use ... More

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Redworth Hall Hotel

Redworth Hall Hotel

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A beautiful Elizabethan hotel standing in 150 acres of peaceful woodland in County Durham.
Barceló Redworth Hall Hotel successfully combines traditional elegance with contemporary style. The grand Jacobean manor house has many ... More | Double Room: £135

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