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  • Jurys Inn Middlesbrough
    From$65Per night

    Jurys Inn Middlesbroughstars

    Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough , Fry street - Map
    4.2/5
    Customer reviewsof 9 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 183 reviewsBased on 183 reviews

    Situated on Fry Street, Jurys Inn Middlesbrough is close to the town centre and less than ten minutes from Middlesbrough train station, making it ideal for transport links in and around the town. Middlesbrough has a colourful history, interesting architecture, cultural museums, a number of shopping outlets, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. The 132 stylish rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV with Freeview, a work desk, in-room safe, iron and ironing board as well as tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has a well-equipped leisure and fitness centre including an indoor pool, gym and beauty treatment rooms. The hotel's relaxed bistro, restaurant and bar is open throughout the day.

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  • Holiday Inn Express Middlesbrough Centre Square
    From$73Per night

    Holiday Inn Express Middlesbrough Centre Squarestars

    Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough , Former cookand endeavour house - Map
     
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 384 reviewsBased on 384 reviews

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  • Best Western Walworth Castle Hotel
    From$92Per night

    Best Western Walworth Castle Hotelstars

    Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough , Walworth road n/a - Map
     
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 961 reviewsBased on 961 reviews

    This magnificent hotel is situated close to Darlington, and offers guests the ideal setting from which to explore the stunning surroundings. Guests will find themselves just a short driving distance from Bowes Museum, Beamish and High Force Waterfall. Nestled amidst 12 acres of lawns and woodland, this spectacular hotel is the ideal choice for discerning travellers seeking a relaxing stay. This breath-taking 12th century castle hotel welcomes guests with regal elegance and charm. The guest rooms are sumptuously appointed and fit for royalty, featuring lavish furnishings and luxurious bedding, as well as opulent decor. Discerning travellers will be impressed by the first-class facilities, impeccable service and meticulous attention to detail that this hotel has to offer.

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Information about Middlesbrough

    Middlesborough is the biggest city in the borough of the same name, in northeast England. It is south of the Tees River, close to the North York Moors and home to one of the United Kingdom's major ports, Teesport. The estuary of the Tees, in the North Sea, has large beaches that are often visited by colonies of seals. The city's most symbolic landmark is the Middlesborough Transporter Bridge. We recommend visiting the Botanical Gardens and the Dorman Museum, Captain Cook's Birthplace, the Josephine and John Bowes Museum, the Georgian theatre, Baliol Tower – which is the best preserved part of an 11th century castle on the banks of the Tees – the Town Hall with its Victorian Concert Hall, which has capacity for 1,190 people, the elegant train station and much more. Middlesborough has a great nightlife, with good pubs, nightclubs, bingo halls, theatres and many other places to have a good night out. Apart from the Metro Centre, there are plenty of other good shopping centres in and around town. There are also several good parks, such as Albert Park, Stewart Park, Newham Grange Farm and Prissick Plaza. You will have a fantastic time in Middlesborough!

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