King's Head Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Darlington, County Durham

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County Durham

King's Head Hotel, Darlington

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The King's Hotel is a boutique hotel situated on Priestgate in Darlingtonメs town centre, the hotel has 26 en-suite bedrooms, a secure free parking facility for 21 cars, free internet access and a spacious reception lounge area. The hotel offers competitive rates which include continental breakfast, in the evening you can step out of the hotel and enjoy the wide range of restaurants and bars that are all within a few minutes walk from the hotel or you can chose to relax in the quiet seclusion of your hotel room.

3 star rating

From: £37.50

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