South Causey Inn is a friendly welcoming independent hotel situated in the beautiful Beamish Valley. Set in 100 acres, South Causey Inn is an adaptable venue for a host of different events from afamily get together, a Wedding to remember, a meeting place for colleagues or a relaxing overnight stay. We also have an adjacent British Horse Society Approved Equestrian Centre, which offers a range of outdoor activities to add a little something different to your day!
Following extensive trials held with our Head Brewer Martin Dutoy we have developed an exciting selection of cask ales that will form part of our permanent portfolio. Two new brands, Gold Bullion 4.3%and IPA 3.8% will sit alongside our Strongarm brand.
Langdon Beck Hotel is a remote hotel in a spectacular part of Upper Teesdale, County Durham. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this part of the North Pennines is incredibly popular for all kindsof activities and yet not overcrowded. In the middle of nowhere but an hour from everywhere.
Bowburn Hall Hotel stands in 5 acres of lovely landscaped gardens and is only 2.5 miles from the historic City of Durham Just 2 minutes from the A1M (J61). Bowburn Hall Hotel offers you a great placeto stay or dine in Durham. Ideal for a short break or for a business stay we have 19 individual comfortable bedrooms with quality furnishings. Our Durham hotel features the delightful Conservatory and restaurant, ballroom and Lounge Bar.
Comfort, pleasant surroundings and a choice of food and drinks to tempt the most discerning of palates - what more could you desire? For a start, you may be looking for an ideal base to savour thebest of all the North East of England has to offer. That place is the tastefully decorated Seaton Lane Inn boutique hotel.
Bishop Auckland is a convenient base for reaching Durham, Darlington and for exploring the beautiful Wear Valley with all of its historical sites. Delightfully designed around a traditional courtyardsetting, the Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant has all the facilities one would expect from a modern city centre hotel whilst enjoying a delightful rural setting with views over County Durham.
The Dalesman Hotel has been open since 1995, it was 3 buildings knocked into 1, the other 2 were The Waverly & The Bluebird Guest House. It has now had a major reburbishment to the bar area, the hotelrooms are now all en-suite with tea and coffee facilities, flatscreen T.V's with DVD & Freeview. We also serve meals daily & sunday lunches in our lounge area and drinks in our friendly bar. Also a new smoking area has been created at the rear.
Headlam is a picturesque hamlet in lower Teesdale midway between the towns of Darlington and Barnard Castle in Durham, North East England. An independent family run hotel, Headlam Hall enjoys anexcellent reputation for high standards of accommodation and cuisine, combined with helpful and friendly service.
A family run Victorian Inn with a traditional friendly atmosphere, where you will find open coal fires, just like stepping back in time. We are situated within a 5 minute walk to Durham Cathedral,Durham Castle, the City Centre and a 15 minute walk from Durham Railway Station. The Victoria Inn has a Silver Star Listing on CAMRA's (Campaign for Real Ale) Inventory, where its listed interior it remains one of the best adverts anywhere for a friendly, unspoilt, thriving cask pub.
The pub has two bar area's the lounge area which has plenty of seating for our bar meals and snacks, a small stage area for live entertainment and full use of sky television for all the live sports.Our games/public bar with pool table & darts board which are very popular.
Situated on the seafront at Seaton Carew, close to the town of Hartlepool, The Staincliffe Hotel offers breathtaking views of the North East coastline. With 20 individually styled bedrooms includinglarge sea view suites, standard double and twin bedrooms, family and single bedrooms. We have a room to suit every need.
Conveniently located on a corner of Darlington's well-kept, cobbled marketplace, the newly refurbished 'Boot and Shoe' is the ideal base for both business travellers and visitors touring CountyDurham, Land of the Prince Bishops. Originally built in the early 1800s, The Boot and Shoe enjoys an unrivalled position in the centre of town and has quickly established a reputation for its warm and friendly atmosphere and for the high quality bed and breakfast it offers.
With its 21 guestrooms, gourmet restaurant, private dining rooms, gym and beauty clinic are all set in its own 22 acres of immaculate gardens, Judges is a perfect location for a peaceful and relaxingbreakaway. Besides the comfort of contemporary amenities, Wi-Fi internet access is offered free of charge throughout the hotel, in a setting rich with Victorian charm, guests have come to depend on the Judges Hotel's gracious hospitality and superior, unobtrusive service.
Whether you're looking for a light refreshing lunchtime bite, a cosy evening meal for two or a relaxing treat for all the family then the Dun Cow Inn in Sedgefield is the place to visit. Our extensivemenu offers a vast and varied choice of freshly prepared dishes using only the finest ingredients.
Situated in the centre of Hartepool, the Hillcarter Hotel offers great value accommodation. Originally built in 1887 as the department store Hill and Carter, for over 125 years the name has beenassociated with quality, service and value. The building was renovated in 1997 and has benefitted from frequent refurbishments of its bedrooms, function rooms and facilities.
Our hotel is set in an historic Victorian house built in the 1880s by a wealthy ship owner during the Tees Valley's boom years. The suburb of Eaglescliffe sprung up around the world's first railwayline, running from Stockton to Darlington, and originally running right in front of our hotel. To the rear of the hotel, you can enjoy a walk or relaxation time in our fantastic park-like gardens. Or simply relax in our large conservatory.
The gables has wheelchair access for diners, but is not suitable for wheelchair bound, bed and breakfast clients. John and Dorcas Milner have been the owners of The Gables Hotel & Restaurant, Durham,for the past 30 years, and have lived in the village of Haswell Plough for the past 45 years.
The Swan Hotel has been at the heart of the Billingham community since 1940. Generations of families have visited the establishment over the past 70 years since the doors were first opened; weendeavor to continue this long standing tradition, as well as welcome new faces into the community family of the Swan. The Swan Hotel is comprised of three main rooms, 'The Public Bar' 'The Lounge' and the fabulous 'Swan Ballroom'.
The Springfield is a great community pub, where people enjoy meeting up for our twice weekly pub quiz nights. Our extensive food menu caters for everyone's taste: if you just want a snack then try oneof our light bites, sandwiches or jackets; if you are feeling hungrier we offer a great range of steaks and mega meals. We have a small outdoor children's play area to keep the kids entertained.
Chimneys was built in 1925, previously known as The Trust and was mainly frequented by miners who worked in the Blackhall Colliery coal mines. A few years ago it was renamed Chimneys and in 2008underwent a major refurbishment, including the decorating of all bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as modernising the restaurant and adding a beer garden (to be enjoyed in the better weather).