Two Night Country Hotel Stay in County Durham for 2 People with Full English Breakfast + Bottle of Wine + Late Checkout £25pppn (£99 in total) via Travelzoo
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Two Night Country Hotel Stay in County Durham for 2 People with Full English Breakfast + Bottle of Wine + Late Checkout £25pppn (£99 in total) via Travelzoo

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Mod & Ed
Found 18th Oct
Great price for what you get! Pay just £99 in total (£25pppn) for 2 Nights Hotel Stay for 2 People with Full English Breakfast each day PLUS a bottle of wine (worth £17.95) & Late Checkout on the final day of your stay.
If you wanted to, you could combine with this offer HERE for a touch of luxury then extend your stay at the more reasonable Park Head Hotel

What you get
  • Two nights' accommodation in a Standard Double or Twin Room, with daily full English breakfast for two - staying at the Park Head Hotel, Bishop Auckland (has great reviews at various review websites) - hotel info HERE
  • A bottle of house wine on arrival (once per stay; worth £17.95)
  • Late checkout until midday (worth £20)
  • Not available on 17 Nov; 24-27, 31 Dec, 2017-1 Jan, 2018

  • This traditional country hotel is set around a small courtyard and has a bar serving classic dishes, traditional afternoon tea and Sunday roasts
  • Historic Durham -- home to an 11th-century cathedral, a Norman castle and "a cobweb of hilly, cobbled streets" (Lonely Planet) -- is 15 minutes' drive away or 30 minutes by bus
  • Bishop Auckland is a 30-minute stroll from the hotel (or less than five minutes' drive) and has a golf course, a selection of shops and restaurants, and a castle set in 200 acres of parkland
  • The open-air Beamish Museum (all hotel guests get a 25% discount on tickets), the Bowes Museum -- known for its art collection -- and the Durham Heritage Coast are all within a 30-minute drive of the hotel


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6 Comments

Wow an actual place I've heard of. My dad was a taxi driver and used to pick people up from here all the time. Really good from what I've heard

robertclayton4 h, 15 m ago

http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/Could also visit the lumiere …http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/Could also visit the lumiere if you can get tickets!


Only need tickets if you want to go to certain parts between 4.30 and 7.30pm outside of that you don’t need them.

Absolute bargain. The city is superb and a great night out too.

robertclayton18th Oct

http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/Could also visit the lumiere …http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/Could also visit the lumiere if you can get tickets!


Good luck getting anywhere near Durham during the Lumiere, traffic is a nightmare.

The rooms look... tired (I'm trying to be polite), from the photos on Tripavisor:

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