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.
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).
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.
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.
Nestled in the beautiful County Durham countryside, just off the A1(M), and surrounded by the magnificent Hardwick Country Park, The Best Western Plus Hardwick Hall Hotel is 4 Star AA rated and Winnerof a Trip Advisor Excellence Award 2013 & 2014. Our luxury Sedgefield hotel offers Deluxe and Premier bedrooms with exceptional standards of comfort, quirky-clever decor, and first class traditional attentive service.
Durham's highest rated AA and 4 Star hotel on TripAdvisor. Set in a unique location within 350 acres of private grounds and surrounded by two 18 hole Championship golf courses, extensive gardens andan award winning restaurant offering one of the finest dining venues in Durham. Formerly the home of the Pemberton family, Ramside Hall was transformed into a hotel in 1963.
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.
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.
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.
Dating back to 1791, Seaham Hall is a stunning five-star boutique hotel in Durham. Situated amidst 37 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens in a striking cliff top location with evocative views outover Durham's heritage coast line. Seaham Hall enjoys an illustrious history which saw it being the wedding location of the great romantic poet Lord Byron, residence of the society intellectual Ada Lovelace and later, the centre of a whiskey smuggling enterprise during US prohibition!