Durham has a host of accommodation options which provide facilities for cyclists and walkers. Here are a few highlights.
Excellent quality en suite accommodation and scrumptious meals. Many local walks and cycle routes on the doorstep. Stay three nights, get fourth night free.
4-star guest house, Visit England silver award, Visit England breakfast award, Visit England walkers welcome, Visit England cyclists welcome.
Double/twin en suite room - £80 per room per night, breakfast included.
- 55 Market Place, Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham DL12 0QH
- 01833 640 393
Rose and Crown Hotel
A charming 18 Century coaching inn located in the picturesque village of Romaldkirk. Individually designed bedrooms, cosy bar with open fireplace and surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Double/twin en suite room - from £150 per room per night, breakfast included
Headlam Hall Hotel and Spa
Superb 17 Century mansion with beautiful walled gardens, award-winning restaurant, spa and golf course. Located in a quiet corner of the Durham Dales, offering rural peace and seclusion.
Double/twin en suite room - from £125 per room per night, breakfast included.
- Headlam, Near Gainford, County Durham, DL2 3HA
- 01325 730 238
Mellwaters Barn Cottages
Luxurious and exceptionally spacious self-catering accommodation in beautiful Teesdale. Ideally situated for visiting Beamish Museum, Durham Cathedral and The Bowes Museum. Local activities include walking, cycling, golfing and fishing.
4-star self catering, Visit England Gold Award.
From £295 per week, depending on size of cottage.
- East Mellwaters Farm, Stainmore Road, Bowes, County Durham
- 01833 628181
For more information, contact Durham’s official Visitor Contact Centre
- Call 03000 26 26 26
- Email email@example.com
- Text ‘Visit’ and your enquiry to 80011
- Skype ThisisDurham
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