Manor House B&B

Historic Guest House in Easington, County Durham

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Manor House, Southside
County Durham

Manor House B&B, Easington

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Manor House - a Grade 2, 18th century, listed building situated on the green of Easington Village, East Durham, just 8 miles from the ancient cathedral city of Durham. We are a VisitBritain 4 Star rated Guest Accommodation located in Easington Village, Co. Durham.

Our house is a Grade 2 listed 18th century building situated on the green of Easington Village, dedicated to giving guests a relaxed and peaceful stay in historic and beautiful surroundings. We have two traditionally designed double bedrooms, en-suite and with sitting areas. Both rooms are equipped with T.V., radio, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryer.

Breakfast is served to your liking and at your convenience. Evening meals may be served on request using home grown seasonal fruits and vegetables from our kitchen garden. We have ample parking facilities both on and off road with a local pub within 2 minutes walking distance.

They serve traditional ales and good food. Easington Village has a most interesting history, with a Norman church and picturesque village green. It is only 1 mile from the East coast with dramatic cliffs and stunning coastal walks.

We offer a relaxed, hospitable and friendly atmosphere in which to repose either whilst on business or touring. We are strictly a non-smoking establishment. Take a stroll in the garden and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.

Relax in one of our traditionally designed bedrooms with all facilities at hand or, repose in the Georgian lounge with T.V. video and DVD facilities if required - or just enjoy the peace. Take your meals in the traditional dining room or, weather permitting, dine 'al fresco' on the terrace overlooking the orchard and gardens.

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From: £75.00

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