Great deal in a historic country haven – 4 star – County Durham

Make the most of your stay in beautiful Durham with a stay at this wonderful Top Secret Hotel. This luxurious Top Secret Hotel is the perfect place to treat the family or a loved one, and provides all of the services necessary for an enjoyable stay. All rooms are equipped with televisions, and include their own private bathrooms. Visitors should make the most of the spa facilities housed by the hotel. The ideal base from which to explore the city of Durham, unwind after a long day out in the swimming pool or sauna. Allow yourself to get lost in relaxation by trying one of the many beauty treatments in the health club. Wander the hotel gardens and delight in the tranquil scenery. The hotel’s restaurant and bar also provides visitors with a convenient place to spend an evening. This property also provides professional services such as conference rooms and audio/visual equipment, and a comfortable location from which to conduct business or hold conferences. Be sure to enjoy Durham with this great deal in a historic country haven!

The names of Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle are iconic in relation to the city. Visitors should be sure to travel to these attractions so that they can bask in the wonder of these two architectural feats. Sitting proudly atop the River Wear, the Cathedral is an unwavering representation of the epitome of Norman architecture. Founded in 1093, this magical building is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and will satisfy all visitors whether they seek to surround themselves with culture or just to marvel at the sights. A peaceful stroll away, visitors will find Durham Castle. Also of Norman design, this castle was built in the 11th century. This Grade 1 listed building, and its surrounding grounds, provides a charming environment for all visitors to stroll around.

Continue your picturesque tour of the area with a short trip to the Yorkshire Dales. This park can be accessed by car or public transport. An area with unrivalled beauty, visitors will be stunned by the serenity they find themselves in. One of 15 British National Parks, and created in 1954, this park offers an abundance of sights and activities for visitors, whether it is an adrenaline rush or peaceful environment they seek. The park can be explored both by car and on foot. The scent of moorland and vision of limestone promise a memorable day out for all those who visit.

In the evening, why not head back into Durham and sample the nightlife. Oldfields is a highly recommendable restaurant. Known for its traditional and delicious British food, the head chef rears the restaurant’s own beef and prides himself on using locally sourced, natural ingredients. Stroll over to the Woodman for a lively end to the evening. With a large selection of local, real ales, visitors will be spoilt for choice but be warned, the diverse range of drinks include some particularly strong and potent pints!