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Reviews - The Parkwood Hotel

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64-66 Darlington Road, , Hartburn, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 5ER
The Parkwood Hotel is a converted Victorian house built in 1865 and set in its own grounds in the smart suburb of Hartburn, just a few minutes drive from the centre of Stockton. This three star rated hotel incorporates a vibrant public bar and two restaurants, which are enjoyed by locals and guests alike. The hotel is only a few minutes drive from the old market town of Stockton. Stockton Business Park is nearby. The region has a wealth of scenic country roads, excellent footpaths and cycle routes. It is approximately 30 miles from Newcastle and York, 20 miles from Durham and six miles from Teesside Airport. The spectacular countryside of the North York Moors, Cleveland Hills and the Durham and Northumberland coastlines are nearby. Our six comfortable rooms are all ensuite and contain the little luxuries that make a stay at the The Parkwood enjoyable. Some rooms have garden views. The Parkwood offers freshly prepared food at very reasonable prices. Lunchtime bar meals, from sandwiches to sweet and sour chicken, are excellent value for money. In the two restaurants, the chef’s specials change on a regular basis and include original dishes prepared from locally sourced meats and fish. Free onsite parking is available.
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Guest Reviews Based on 3 reviews
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66% recommended this accommodation to a friend 66% would stay again
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The place was run down, entrance to the hotel was very shabby and needed painted or renewed.
Overall the hotel was very run down, I don't think it was value for the money they charged.

Reviewed by
Edward J

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Travelling alone

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Friendly and helpful
Very friendly and I was particularly impressed that I received a phone call making me aware that I'd forgotten my phone charger. Unfortunately, I was not able to get back to the hotel that day. So they kindly sent it to my home address by post.

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M Scott

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Travelling alone

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Good Hotel excellent hosy
The bar is well stocked with real ales and the Hotel food is very good.

Reviewed by
A Hurst

From UK
Who stayed in February 2013

Travelling alone

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