Raby Street Apartment

A Hotel in Darlington, County Durham

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

1 Raby Street
Darlington
County Durham
England
DL3 7TH

Raby Street Apartment, Darlington

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1 Raby Street is a new addition to the up and coming Brinkburn Serviced Apartments portfolio. A stylish 2 bed apartment for 3-4 persons holding a convenient position in Darlington Town Centre. The best bars/restaurants and gyms along with many other amenities are within few minutes walk.

Conveniently located for nearby business parks including Aycliffe Teesside and beyond. All the main appliances and comforts you would expect at home are provided including high speed Wifi and cable TV.

1 Raby Street is on the edge of Darlington Town Centre. Close to bars restaurants and transport links this 2 Bedroom stylish apartment is spacious enough for a small family 2 cohabiting couples or up to 3 separate work colleagues but cute and cosy enough for the single traveller. Bedroom one contains a Super-Kingsized bed for a great nights sleep which splits into two 3 foot singles when required.

Bedroom two contains a three quarter sized bed large enough for two sharing children or one adult . There is a modern toilet and shower room with towels and complimentary toiletries provided. Completing the layout is a modern open plan living area.

This contains a great living area with chaise settee flat screen TV DVD player Virgin cable Freeview and the latest 5Ghz super fast Wifi. In addition there is a fully fitted kitchen/breakfast bar area with all the necessaries including a fan oven/hob microwave and a washer/dryer. Also provided are utensils cutlery pots pans crockery and other kitchen essentials.

The apartment is located astride residential and commercial areas with views towards the town centre close to all essential amenities. There are various free and paid parking options in the area long and short term. Supermarkets bars and restaurants are a minutes walk away with Darlington's main train station and Theatre only 1km away.

Overall a stylish well located apartment. As always our aim is to provide a self sufficient relaxing ?home from home? experience away from the traditional confines of a hotel room. It enjoys the feel of Darlington's market town appeal while being conveniently located to surrounding business parks Aycliffe Teesside and beyond via the A1 and A66.

For holidays and days out it is conveniently located to access Yarm Richmond Northallerton Durham The Yorkshire Moors and Dales and a myriad other attractions.

3 star rating

From: £60.00


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Room Facilities
DVD player
Free High speed internet connection
Fireplace
Iron
CD player
Internet access
Fire alarm with light
Refrigerator
Freeview
Free Wireless internet connection
Non-smoking
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television

Amenities

Parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Internet connection (high speed)

Dining Facilities
There is a breakfast bar area within the open plan living area. The fully fitted kitchen provides all the appliances and utensils you would expect in a modern apartment including a water/dryer.

Meals

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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Darlington Travel and Heritage Information

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Moulton Hall - 7.4 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Kiplin Hall - 10.1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Easby, St Agatha's Church - 10.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Richmond, St Marys Church - 10.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Easby Abbey - 10.6 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Richmondshire Museum - 10.7 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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