Recommended hotels in Middlesbrough
From$133Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
Built in 1744, this renovated country house hotel comprises a total of 100 rooms spread over 4 floors. Guests are invited into the lobby with its 24-hour reception desk, a currency exchange counter, lift access and hotel safe. Further facilities include a TV lounge, a hairdressing salon as well as a public Internet terminal (for which an additional fee payable locally applies). Culinary options include a snug bar and a restaurant with highchairs for children available. Business guests may like to make use of the conference facilities. Those arriving by car can leave their vehicle in the hotel car park. Room and laundry services are also on offer and younger guests may enjoy letting off steam in the playground.See more
From$120Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 5 Opinions
This hotel comprises 132 rooms including 12 suites spread over a 9-storey building. Guests are welcomed in the spacious foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange desk and lifts. The fully air-conditioned, non-smoking hotel features a contemporary restaurant and cafe bar with highchairs available for children. There are also conference rooms for meetings and banqueting and a public Internet connection. Room and laundry services round up the offerings, and on-site parking spaces are available for those arriving by car (Fees apply).See more
From$109Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
Surrounded by a scenic 18-hole golf course, this beautiful 17th century former mansion house is set in 9 acres of glorious countryside. The hotel has undergone an impressive refurbishment programme of the 108 bedrooms and public areas, giving a contemporary feel whilst maintaining the traditional touches. Facilities include a lobby, cloakroom, lift access, a bar, restaurant, conference facilities, room service (fees apply) and a car park.See more
This old coaching inn was built in 1835 and has been lovingly renovated into a traditional yet stylish 20-room country hotel which offers a friendly warm welcome, great hospitality and a convenient location ideal for both business and leisure travellers alike. This air-conditioned, historical hotel features a lobby with a 24-hour reception and check-out service with a hotel safe and currency exchange facilities. The hotel offers a cloakroom, a café and a bar, as well as a restaurant and wireless Internet access. Room service and a car park are available for the use of the hotel's guests.See more
This historical country house hotel is housed in an original building dating back to 1857. It is ideal for business travellers and holiday makers alike and comprises a total of 71 bedrooms in total. These include 52 modern, contemporary designed rooms in the Woodlands Wing and 19 traditional, individually designed and furnished bedrooms in the Old Hall. The Old Hall has beautiful traditional furnishings and working open log fires. Facilities on offer to guests include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a cloakroom and lift access. Younger guests can let off steam in the children's playground. A bar and 2 restaurants are also at guests' disposal. They will appreciate the conference facilities and wireless Internet access (charges apply) and can also take advantage of the room and laundry services (for an additional fee). There is parking available for those arriving by car. It is also possible to hire bicycles on the premises (charges apply).See more
This 17th century family-run hotel offers traditional old world charm, log fires, cosy accommodation, locally sourced food, free wireless Internet access and parking. Originally built as a coaching inn, this remarkable building has a long history of welcoming travellers with warmth and hospitality. The historical hotel was renovated in 2012 and has 13 rooms. Guests are welcomed in the lobby and there is a bar. As well as being open to non-residents and well patronised by the locals, the restaurant is also available for private functions and bookings, such as weddings, christenings, anniversaries and birthdays. They also have the facilities to cater for small business meetings and conferences for parties of up to fifty people. Guests can take advantage of the laundry service and car park on offer.See more
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!