Hotels near Durham University
Are you looking for a hotel near Durham University? At Low Key Travel Planning, we've put together a list of our recommended hotels below, all of which can be booked online, and we also offer a free hotel recommendation service if you're struggling to choose the best hotel for you!
Durham has no shortage of hotels, many of which are located close to the colleges and campuses of Durham University, one of the UK's top universities that over 20,000 students call home.
Based on over a decade of experience in the local hotel industry, we've put together a selection of the best hotels near Durham University, in and around the City Centre, that offer everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay.Between pickups, drop-offs, visits, graduations and ceremonies, you're likely to stay in a hotel 3-4 times a year, so now is a good time to take a moment and review the hotels near Durham University that will be best for you.If you're travelling by car, we recommend a hotel with free/low-cost car parking just outside of the city centre, but if you're travelling by train then your best option will be to choose a city centre hotel within easy reach of the train station.All of our recommended hotels below include links so that you can book online with instant confirmation, but if you prefer a personalised recommendation based on your individual requirements please feel free to contact us for a free hotel recommendation.
Hotels near Durham University
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Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HL
Located in the historic Old Shire Hall building, this luxury hotel is perfect if you prefer to stay in the City Centre.Price Range: ££££
Car Parking: Limited, £16/24hr
Train Station: 0.8 miles
The Kingslodge Inn
Flass Vale, Durham, DH1 4BG
The perfect place to eat, drink and sleep, this cozy inn offers everything you need under one roof.Price Range: £££
Car Parking: Free
Train Station: 0.4 miles
Frankland Lane, Durham, DH1 5TA
Modern and large hotel overlooking the River Wear, the Radisson Blu's spa facilities are open to all guests.Price Range: £££
Car Parking: £14 per day
Train Station: 0.7 miles
Carville, Durham, DH1 1TD
4-star hotel with complimentary spa access, championship golf course and Rib Room steakhouse restaurantPrice Range: ££££
Car Parking: Free
Train Station: 3.6 miles
Eden Terrace, Durham DH1 2HJ
Budget hotel not far from the City Centre, a good choice if you're making a quick trip on a budget.Price Range: ££
Car Parking: Free
Train Station: 2.4 miles
The Townhouse Hotel
Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HL
High end hotel that offers themed rooms, lodge rooms with hot tubs, and on site BBQ smokehouse restaurant.Price Range: ££££
Car Parking: Free
Train Station: 0.9 miles
Royal County Hotel
Old Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JN
Part of the Marriott chain of hotels, centrally located with newly refurbished rooms and Cathedral viewsPrice Range: ££££
Car Parking: £19 per night
Train Station: 0.8 miles
Bowburn Hall Hotel
Bowburn, Durham DH6 5NH
Popular hotel not far from Durham, with 20 uniquely designed bedrooms and garden lodges.Price Range: £££
Car Parking: Free
Train Station: 4.5 miles
Looking for a personalised recommendation?
If you're looking for a personalised hotel recommendation, based on your individual requirements for when you're visiting Durham University, email us who will be happy to help, drawing on over a decade of experience in the local hotel and tourism industry.
Durham University Term Times
The dates below are important for booking hotel rooms, especially when you're dropping off and picking up. You typically need to book around two or three days before or after the date, depending on the student's timetable.
|Summer vacation 2022||25 June 2022||25 September 2022|
|Induction Week 2022||26 September 2022||2 October 2022|
|Michaelmas Term 2022||3 October 2022||9 December 2022|
|Christmas vacation 2022-2023||10 December 2022||8 January 2023|
|Epiphany Term 2023||9 January 2023||17 March 2023|
|Easter vacation 2023||8 March 2023||23 April 2023|
|Easter Term 2023||24 April 2023||23 June 2023|
|Summer vacation 2023||24 June 2023||24 September 2023|
All About Durham University
Did you know that Durham University is a member of the Russell Group, ranking it as one of the best University's in the UK, with a dedication to world-class research and teaching?Founded in 1832, it was known as Queen’s College until it became a university in its own right in 1837. In recent years the University has made a significant investment in its facilities, with new campuses and high-quality student accommodation being just some of the upgrades made to improve the already high standards on offer.
Best hotel deals near Durham University
Making 3-4 visits to Durham a year can soon add up, so each time you book you can take a few steps to get the most out of your budget. Our top tips for finding the best deals when you're looking for a hotel near Durham University are:
Book early - as soon as timetables are confirmed and dates are released, it's best to book to get a good deal. Our booking partners Booking.com allow you to book up to a year in advance!
Take advantage of loyalty clubs including Genius rates with Booking.com to get up to 15% off your next booking, just make sure you sign in before you book to get the best prices!
Consider picking up and dropping off a day or two either side of your preferred dates, Saturdays are particularly expensive but Sunday's tend to be up to 50% cheaper!
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· Disclosure of such information to law enforcement authorities as we reasonably feel is necessary.We exclude liability for actions taken in response to breaches of this acceptable use policy. The responses described in this policy are not limited, and we may take any other action we reasonably deem appropriate.CHANGES TO THE ACCEPTABLE USE POLICYWe may revise this acceptable use policy at any time by amending this page. You are expected to check this page from time to time to take notice of any changes we make, as they are legally binding on you. Some of the provisions contained in this acceptable use policy may also be superseded by provisions or notices published elsewhere on our site.<<Back to Homepage