Seven Stars Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

High Street North
Durham
County Durham
England
DH1 2NU

Seven Stars Inn, Durham

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Restaurant & Rooms. The Seven Stars Inn dating from 1724 is a traditional English country Inn and restaurant located on the edge of picturesque Shincliffe village. Staying at the Seven Stars is all about relaxing and enjoying great freshly prepared food using the best seasonal local produce along with fine wines from our hand picked list or one of our real ales.

The Inn offers 8 en-suite bedrooms (6 double and 2 single) all with freeview TV tea and coffee making facilities and free wireless internet access. Located only one and a half miles from the centre of Durham city and Durham University we are ideally placed for that short or long break visiting the wonderful cathedral city and experiencing the sights and sounds of North East England a region that is steeped in culture and history. Please note our restaurant is closed on Mondays but our sister pub in the village (located just 5 minutes walk away) is open and we will be happy to offer you a table there.

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From: £47.50


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This battle took place on or about 8 January 871 between King Alfred and a Danish army



20 May, 1313

Ordinance of the Staple

The Ordinance established a compulsory depot through which all wool exports had to pass. The first 'Staple' was St Omer

This Danish king was followed by Edward the Confessor




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