The Lambton Arms Hotel

Guest Accommodation in Chester-le-Street, County Durham

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61 Front Street
County Durham

The Lambton Arms Hotel, Chester-le-Street

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Accommodation Description:

The Lambton Arms is a large pub in the centre of Chester Le Street with 8 letting rooms available both double and twin rooms. We have a large car park which is free of charge with an overnight stay.We are ideally located for Durham and Newcastle with the train station a two minute walk away and regular bus services running day and night

From: £35.00

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