Harewood Lodge

Guest House in Darlington, County Durham

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Harewood Lodge, 40 Grange Road
Darlington
County Durham
England
DL1 5NP

Harewood Lodge, Darlington

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Harewood Lodge is an attractive, spacious, three-storey Victorian town house, with well kept gardens and appealing corner setting. This three star rated accommodation is conveniently located in a relatively quiet part of the town's West end and combines a tranquil location with close proximity to town.

Harewood Lodge is an attractive, spacious, three-storey Victorian town house, with well kept gardens and appealing corner setting. This three star rated accommodation is conveniently located in a relatively quiet part of the town's west end and combines a tranquil location with close proximity to town. Attractions within walking distance include the exclusive Imperial quarter, Victorian market hall and continental and traditional eateries.

Darlington's redeveloped award-winning 51 acre South Park, two well recognised golf courses and the Darlington Rugby club's modern new home are all also all right on Harewood lodge's doorstep. A friendly, family-run establishment, offering substantial English breakfasts with excellent vegetarian options, Harewood prides itself on its cosy dining room, comfortable and well equipped bedrooms, all with en-suite or private facilities, one with excellent family room capacity and most of all its warm northern welcome! With easy access to the Southbound A1(M), Teesside airport and just a short walk from the main bank top railway station, Harewood Lodge is appropriate for both business and leisure visitors alike.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Darlington Travel and Heritage Information

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Richmond Castle - 10.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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