Durham – County Durham
In Durham City you’re among some of the world’s finest architecture. This is a truly beautiful city, where the famous Castle and Cathedral, together designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, dominate the skyline. Durham has a compact, friendly feel but still provides the facilities you would expect of a thriving city including numerous bars, cafés and restaurants. There are many high street stores and independent boutique outlets for shopping to be a pleasure. Traverse the many quaint cobbled streets and admire the stunning architecture, said by many, to be the finest city in England.
Single supplement £100pp
The Radisson Blu Hotel
This excellent 4-star hotel is ideally located on the banks of the picturesque river Wear and is just a short walk from the city centre, The Radisson Blu oozes class from the moment you arrive. The hotel boasts 207 contemporary design, fully en-suite bedrooms with all the facilities needed for a lovely stay including flat screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, safe and free WiFi. The hotels Health Club has a spa bath, sauna, steam room, gym and indoor pool, plus 5 Nu Spa treatment rooms. The Collage Restaurant offers British cuisine with a twist, and includes a range of signature dishes. The food is produced using fresh ingredients and a selection of wines are also available. A delight to stay at this very classy hotel.
|4 Nights - Delightful Durham
|Excursions include a full day to the impressive grade 1 listed Bowes Museum, with one of the most important art collections outside of London. From here we visit the beautiful market town of Richmond. Another day is spent at the lovely seaside harbour town of Seaham, with dramatic cliff top views, a golden sandy beach and of course, don’t forget to visit the famous “Tommy”, the famous statue of a First World War soldier by artist Ray Lonsdale, displayed close to Seaham war memorial on the seafront.
Price is per person on half board basis unless stated. Weekend breaks include Sunday lunch.
No single supplement on allocated singles.