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Holiday Inn Darlington - North A1M, Jct.59

Newton Park, Coatham Mundeville



DL1 3NL 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 2PM

Check Out: 11AM

Check-in Age: 18

E-mail Hotel

44 845 3409666



Darlington - North A1M, Jct.59 Newton Park, Coatham Mundeville

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Location Highlights
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
9.6 MI/ 15.45 KM
Convenience Store:
0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM East
4 MI/ 6.44 KM South
Must See

Must See

The busy market town of Barnard Castle is about 20 minutes from the hotel by car. Its charming shops make for a pleasant afternoon's browsing. You can also visit the Bowes Museum, a striking French-style chateau on sprawling, well-tended grounds. Its collection of fine and decorative arts includes an 18th-century musical automaton in the shape of a silver swan, which plays a tune every afternoon.
Must Do

Must Do

You can enjoy an old-fashioned English day out a short drive from the hotel at Durham's 13th-century Crook Hall and Gardens. After strolling five acres of manicured, flower-filled grounds and getting pleasantly lost in the hedge maze you can treat yourself to a classic cream tea or ploughmans lunch in the quaint vintage tea room.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Only 30 minutes' drive from the hotel is the historic city of Durham, home to Durham Cathedral. Awarded UNESCO World Heritage status for its well-preserved Romanesque architecture, intricate stained glass and soaring stone columns, that 11th-century structure stands in scenic woodland above the city.


Northeast England has a fascinating social history, and the Beamish Museum provides a colourful, open-air primer with its lifelike simulation of the streets, collieries and farms of a bygone Britain. Also a short drive from the hotel is Walworth Castle Birds of Prey, where you can meet native barn owls, learn how to photograph predators in flight, and watch dramatic falconry displays.