Hotels near Crook
The Crook Hotel
0.2 mi. (0.4 km) from Crook
The Crook Hotel offers comfortable, clean, well appointed rooms and is situated in the quiet Market Town of Crook, in County Durham, UK. Featuring en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities and colour tv. Family rooms are also available with connecting bathrooms not en-suite. Accommodation is available on a bed and full English Breakfast basis, with evening meals available if required. Room only Accommodation can also be requested. All meals are served in our adjoining Bar 56 Lounge Bar.
0.6 mi. (1.0 km) from Crook
Jill and Rupert Richardson (not to mention our dog and two cats...) look forward to welcoming you to this lovely comfortable Victorian house with its delightful gardens which was recently recognised as the Bed and Breakfast of the Year at the North East Tourism Awards 2011. As a small high-quality bed and breakfast establishment we aim to provide a comfortable welcoming - and peaceful - home for you to enjoy; and we do GREAT breakfasts! - full of local produce. As a recent regular guest put it: Jill and Rupert at Dowfold House are a class act. They offer bed and breakfasting in grand style but somehow make it friendly and intimate. It's a brilliant encapsulation of all that we try to do - and I half-wish I'd thought of it myself although it sounds better from a third-party. Our rooms are comfortable and well-equipped all with ensuite facilities while our home and gardens offer plenty of opportunity for relaxation - or wickedly competitive croquet! Guests love it here. We're proud of our Bed and Breakfast's...
Helme Park Hall County House Hotel And Restaurant
2.4 mi. (3.9 km) from Crook
Nestled within 2 acres of landscaped gardens yet just 10 miles from Durham this 17th Century country house hotel offers fabulous views excellent food free Wi-Fi and parking. Originally built in 1643 this charming property is infused with the elegance and vibrancy of its long and distinguished history. Having been lovingly renovated it combines original features such as open hearth fires with all the comfort and convenience of modern living. What's more with an excellent reputation for quality service and an enviable location on the edge of the Wear Valley guests can expect to enjoy a warm welcome coupled with some beautifully stunning views. Facilities: Hotel Non-Smoking ThroughoutCots availableWedding LicenceCar parking available onsiteWi-Fi AvailableMeeting FacilitiesRestaurantTVSafety Deposit BoxTea/Coffee making facilities in each roomHairdryer in each roomTelephone In Each RoomLimited Hours Room ServiceLimited room service for hot foodLaundry/Valet ServiceWake Up Call AvailableInterconnecting...
Witton Le Wear
2.5 mi. (4.0 km) from Crook
Set in the heart of the ‘picture-postcard’ Anglo Saxon village of Witton-le-Wear - steeped in history with its 12th-century tower, Norman church and views of the 15th-century Witton Castle - this attractive large house (built circa 1780) provides spacious living accommodation for families and/or friends to get together or to celebrate a special occasion. Adjoining another property, Arrow Cottage has lovely gardens together with river walks and the renowned Low barns Nature reserve nearby where visitors can relax and unwind, making this a tranquil and peaceful holiday retreat.
Wadsworth Farm Cottage
2.9 mi. (4.7 km) from Crook
In a pleasant rural location, this detached, brick-built former barn is an ideal, detached holiday home. Next to the owner’s home, it has a large, shared garden to the rear with swings, slide, climbing net, climbing wall, sand pit and fortress. Explore Durham, Barnard Castle, Hamsterley Forest and Beamish Open Air Museum. An abundance of footpaths and cycle routes lead from the door; the North Pennines, an AONB, are close by. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 11/2 miles. Steps to entrance. Ground floor: Living/dining room with wooden floors. Kitchen with wooden floor. Utility.
Spider Cage Cottage
3.0 mi. (4.8 km) from Crook
A semi-detached holiday home, set in the village of Thornley, an ideal location for walking the fells and Durham Dales, or cycling the disused railway tracks and Hamsterley Forest. Explore both Teesdale and Weardale. The town of Barnard Castle is home to a 12th century castle and the Bowes Museum. Beamish Open Air Museum is an interesting day trip and visit the High Force, England’s largest waterfall, or Raby Castle. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.Ground floor: Living room with beams and wooden floor. Dining room/kitchen. Study. Wet room with toilet.