Durham

30 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Where to Stay in Durham

Durham lies on the River Wear in the northeastern part of England. It is a historic city, and it appears that there are settlements going back as far as 2000 BC. Unsurprisingly, the city is filled with interesting locations that have existed for hundreds of years. You'll find a variety of hotels near the airport, but there are also a number of cheap hotels in Durham in the city proper.

City of Durham

In the heart of the city, you'll find a variety of attractions ranging from the Elvet Bridge to the Church of Saint Margaret of Antioch. Sports are also popular in the city, and visitors can play cricket at the Durham City Cricket Club or go rowing on the River Wear. Other points of interest are the Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle, both of which date back to the eleventh century.

1. Travelodge Durham Hotel

If you're looking for cheap hotels in Durham, one option is the Travelodge Durham Hotel. It is affordable and a nice place to stay, and it provides free internet to guests.

2. Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County

This boutique hotel in Durham offers a wide range of amenities and is in the city's centre. It provides guests with luxurious accommodations as well as room service and concierge service.

3. Best Western Parkmore Hotel & Leisure Club

Originally built as a home in the 1800s, the building was carefully renovated into a luxurious hotel. It now features a wide range of amenities, which include a hot tub, pool and fitness centre.

Durham Airport Hotels

Staying near Durham Tees Valley International Airport may be an excellent choice. The airport is located near the A66, one of the area's major thoroughfares, and you'll find several suitable last-minute hotels in Durham in this area.

1. The Spa Hotel

The Spa Hotel is a great option if you're looking for affordable last-minute hotels in Durham. This three-star hotel provides room service and airport transportation, and it has a restaurant on-site.

2. Premier Inn Darlington Town Centre

This mid-priced hotel offers several amenities and is located just a few minutes away from the Darlington Civic Theatre. When you stay at the Premier Inn Darlington Town Centre, you'll have access to a restaurant and bar as well as complimentary internet.

Spa Hotels in Durham

There are several high-end spa hotels in Durham, so if you want to enjoy a truly relaxing vacation, consider staying in one. If your trip is for business rather than pleasure, a relaxing stay may be the cure for a day of stress.

1. Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County

The Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County features views of both the Durham Cathedral and Castle. Guests of the hotel can also take advantage of several amenities, including a spa, a hot tub and concierge services.

2. Ramside Hall Hotel

This boutique hotel in Durham offers just about everything you could want in lodgings. The Ramside Hall Hotel provides access to a pool, spa, fitness centre and golf course.

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What are travellers saying about Durham?

9.8
Art & Design Lovers
9.8
Family Travellers
9.8
Business Travellers
7.5
History Buffs
7.5
Foodies
Member reviews (12)
Louise J
Louise J
16/01/2017

Lumiere Durham 16-19 November 2017: The UK’s largest outdoor light festival returns in 2017 to light up Durham City over four magical evenings in November, illuminating Durham City for the fifth time.

Chris Millson
Chris MillsonUnited States
01/04/2013

Lovely city. It's not huge so you can do it in a day! But a really nice place to go.

Helena Beaumont
Helena BeaumontWakefield
06/01/2017

my son went to university here so i have avested intrest so to speak A wonderful ambient city with an interesting cathederal plenty of beautiful parks and intersting shopping well worth avisit just to see the japanese buisness school in the wonderfully kept japanese garden

Sarah Gundle
Sarah GundleCharlotte
06/01/2017

Gorgeous medieval town, good food (loved Finbarr's), coffee shops, and a beautiful view

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of £76 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Durham is June, with an average price of £95 per night.
The average price of a hotel in January last year was £82 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Durham, the expected average temperature in January is 4.9°C/40.8°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 19.5°C/67.1°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 2.6°C/36.7°F.
The nearest airport to Durham is Newcastle (NCL) (18.58 miles). Other nearby airports include: Teesside International (19.09 miles)

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