- Very Good
- 2 guest reviews
"It is an ideal stop over for the night. A little dated in decor, felt a bit like I was staying in my grannys spare room, but it was comfy an..."
"The accommodation was dated but quite and a good area to relax. Hidden area to walk round of an evening, this time of year...."
About the hotel
Enjoy excellent transport links via the immediately adjacent A19, while Durham City (with its east-coast mainline rail station) is within 15 minutes and Durham Tees Valley airport is less than 30 minutes drive. Use your stay to visit the extensive north-east coastline, take a leisurely stroll around the numerous local walkways or visit some of the many nearby attractions. This beautifully furnished accommodation is available all year-round with private access from the local road.
Enjoy your full English breakfast (and optional evening meal) in the sumptuous dining room as well as have the opportunity to relax there too. In close walking distance is Castle Eden Dene, a National Nature Reserve with 550 acres of natural woodland and 12 miles of footpaths. Also experience Durham's railway legacy by walking along the Hurworth Burn-Station Town (part of the Castle Eden Walkway). The towns of Hartlepool and Peterlee are 8 minutes drive away and the East Durham Coast, Crimdon Beach, Hartlepool Historic Quay and Seaton Carew are close by too. The historic City of Durham is 12 minutes away with it's various attractions such as, Durham Cathedral & Castle, DLI Museum & Durham Art Gallery and the Oriental Museum. Within a short drive you will find yourself in Stockton (HMS Bark Endeavour, Preston Hall Museum & Park), Middlesbrough (Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, Nature's World, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art), North Yorkshire (Mount Grace Priory, Whitby, North Yorkshire Moors, Yorkshire Dales, Scarborough & York), Darlington (Darlington Railway Centre & Museum), Bishop Auckland (Auckland Castle, Binchester Roman Fort, Locomotion - The National Railway Museum at Shildon), Barnard Castle (Bowes Museum, Raby Castle, Killhope The North of England Lead Mining Museum). Northumberland, famous for its unspoiled beauty is easily accessible with Bamburgh Castle, Hadrian's Wall, Alnwick Castle & Garden just a few of the attractions that you could sample.
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite , Airport Shuttle
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Eden Garden stay
It is an ideal stop over for the night.
A little dated in decor, felt a bit like I was staying in my grannys spare room, but it was comfy and clean. The hosts were very nice and a good breakfast in the morning. Found it good value for money, and close to the main road, down a dead end road. Not the easiest to spot in the dark, as no sign out front, and the Sat Nav says it is on the left, where it is on the right. But apart from that a pleasant stay and would stay again.
The accommodation was dated but quite and a good area to relax.
Hidden area to walk round of an evening, this time of year.