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Guesthouses in Durham If you’re looking for some traditional hospitality and a friendly face then book your room at one of Durham’s homely guest houses.

Whether you’re travelling alone or in a group, you’re sure to receive a very warm welcome from staff and other guests.

With woodland and riverside walks close by, Castle View Guest House [map] on Crossgate is a charming 18th century house situated on a cobbled street. This little hotel is stylishly decorated and all rooms have a TV, tea/coffee making facilities and magnificent views of the cathedral and the castle.

Located on the outskirts of the city, Triermayne [map] is a small and quaint guest house overlooking the Browney Valley. Guests here can enjoy walks in the countryside or along the River Wear, which are both close by, while the city centre tourist attractions are a pleasant 20 minutes walk away. All the rooms are en suite with a colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities, and the hotel caters for special dietary requirements at breakfast.

If you want to experience the tranquillity of scenic County Durham then stay a little further out of town, perhaps at Littletown Lodge [map] in the beautiful village of Littletown. Awarded three diamonds by the English Tourism Council, this guest house offers the best in traditional accommodation with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The lounge and dining area are decorated with a beamed ceiling and comfortable seating, where you can relax with a pot of tea or coffee and biscuits. Bedrooms here come complete with en suite bathroom, colour TV, central heating, double glazing and tea/coffee making supplies.

For an old-fashioned inn above a pub with all the mod cons you’d expect with 21st century accommodation try the Gilesgate Moor Hotel [map] in Gilesgate. This hotel has been providing travellers with a place to rest their tired heads for more than 100 years, and the current owners certainly know how to make their guests feel welcome. Downstairs, the traditional bar is an ideal place to relax after a long journey, a day’s exploring or a gruelling business meeting, while the home-cooked breakfast is a great way to start a new day.

Other well equipped guesthouses on the edge of Durham city include the Prince Bishop Guest House [map], a small, family-run hotel, Alum Waters Guest House [map], a recently refurbished 14th century farmhouse, and the Hillrise Guest House [map], a haven to come home to.

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