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WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
14:00 - 22:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children older than 14 years are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In scenic Croxdale, the Honest Lawyer Hotel is just 5 minutes’ drive from Durham centre.
Score from 918 reviews Very good
Kings Lodge Hotel offers a cosy bar, good food in Finbarr's Restaurant and easy access to Durham city centre.
Score from 671 reviews Very good
This hotel offers free Wi-Fi, and is just off the A1 motorway next door to the state-of-the-art Bannatyne Health Club, with free access to guests.
Score from 618 reviews Very good
Set in spectacular grounds and gardens, this traditional English country house is ideally situated just 3 miles away from the historic city centre of Durham.
Score from 414 reviews Good
Staff were very Helpful friendly and welcoming. Food and beer excellent. Both t he evening meal and breakfast were delicious and the chef was generous in passing on one or two of her recipes which we will be trying out.
The beds were not the most comfortable and rooms 3 and 4 so close together that the slightest noises could be heard through the walls, so 2 from our group had a disturbed night though the rest in rooms 1 2 and 6 had an excellent night's sleep.
Good food and service
Small bathrooms and traffic noise
Food quality was really good.
one old lady employee seems to be racial. She didn't let me sit to the choice of my seat. She served burnt toast to me. at the same time one white man got the same seat and was getting more attention which was very unacceptable. I will be visiting Durham in next three years several times as my daughter is a student of Durham University but I'll not stay there in future.
Food overpriced, asked for a slice of bread and was charged £4 for a small basket of bread with mainly toast in it. Main meals already overpriced and charged extra for chips etc. Rooms cold with heating only coming on for an hour in the evening, stone cold in the mornings.
The room was small and the bathroom tiny. We had no side lights and only one bulb worked, in the main light.The outside corridor carpet looked well worn ,and the bannister looked in need of attention. And the drink prices were expensive. And no proper car park just the street.
The bed was comfortable and the towels were soft. The breakfast was cheerful as were the staff. But Durham is always expensive to stay over!
Excellent breakfast. Friendly staff.
Breakfast excellent quality
Friendly staff Good beer
Knackered mattress (although I did tell the staff and they promised to tell management to seek a replacement) Instant coffee... Come on it's 2014! I'm not looking for barista coffee, a cafetierre would have been grand. Very small room.
Traditional country inn. Breakfast good.
Toilet very small, electric toilet flusher very noisy Reception bad for phones.
Close (35m walk) to Durham City, excellent staff who were helpful and friendly, lovely food, good selection of draught beer.
• pretty much nothing
• horrible rooms • inconceivable rates • rude staff • no cellular coverage
Food was amazing! Comfort too! Staff is so helpful, caring and smiling! It is obvious that profit comes after the customer satisfaction! It deserves all the applauds! More than 7 stars..
Cheese can be added into the breakfast menu though :)
We were welcomed by the duty staff and made to feel comfortable with all services available. During our stay I was rather unwell and all of the staff could not have been more helpful and willing to ensure that I had maximum assistance. Most commercial establishments do not reach this level of care today. Well done all at Seven Stars.
This was the second time we have stayed at the seven stars. we enjoy the the friendly and relaxed atmosphere.The food is excellent and a good choice on the menu.
The towels were nice and big The young staff were helpful just not the owners The breakfast was good
The owners were rather rude and quite unhelpful The WiFi didnt work at all in our room despite being next to the router The bed squeaked when you breathed and dipped markedly in the middle The room was very basic with only small sachets of cheap shampoo and conditioner etc for the slow running electric shower
Staff friendly and helpful.
The bed was squeaky . Bathroom needs upgraded. Sink too small and one of the lights was out.
shower base not clean, mattress too soft,
Friendly helpfull staff we had a clean room and comfy bed food was good old world atmosphere Handy location
We spent the day in the beautiful city of Durham, then drove for five minutes to the Seven Stars. This is a perfect pub. Staff were knowledgeable and friendly. There was a good selection of 'proper' draught beer, including locally brewed. We had dinner too, which was reasonably priced and delicious as was breakfast. Would def recommend.
There was nothing I didn't like.
Staff were lovely and the dinner was incredible and also breakfast! =)
location, the manager was extremely friendly, the breakfast
the bar staff seemed more focused on their needs than their guests; 11.00 bar closing, at weekends, even for guests?; the room was dated, the shower very poor
Enjoyed a lovely meal in the restaurant on the night we arrived, which was washed down with some very fine ale! The staff were really helpful, nothing was too much trouble.
The bathroom was on the tiny side though perfectly adequate.
This is a historic building just outside the centre of town - a good and better value option if hotels in the city are full or too expensive. Bus stops outside or use a taxi. Good pub grub. Easy parking behind pub.
Staff and location were excellent as were the meals which we enjoyed very much and could not be faulted in tase nor presentation.Bus stop also very close.
Bed was quite hard and not very comfortable nor were the pillows very comfortable sorry to say
the house wine was £16-50 p a bottle I think that was very dear for a pub meal cheaper than that in our 5* hotel in our own village
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