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The Trinity Neighborhood. Newcomers, friends or just weary travelers step onto the set of history at Hotel Indigo® Durham, whilst you explore our ‘perfect little city’. Our boutique hotel is moments from the historic Durham City Centre; perfectly located for an adventure. With the magnificent university, castle and world renowned Durham Cathedral just a short stroll from our doors, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The stage for our Hotel Indigo is the former Durham University building ‘Old Shire Hall’, where you’ll find Victorian façade spills out into our ancient and romantic neighborhood laden with historic pubs, cozy cafes and spellbinding churches, or slip away into the surrounding countryside and sleepy villages. Throughout you will spot little nods to our UNESCO World Heritage. Our cocktail lounge, meeting room and Marco Pierre White restaurant all retain their Victorian heritage whilst embracing contemporary popular culture, a nod to the city’s ancient history and bright future.
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
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Old Shire Hall 9 Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HL England
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The renovation of Old Shire Hall, one of central Durham's most prominent buildings, has been carried out carefully and with considerable flair and attention to detail. The hotel has an up-market feel and stands out for both comfort and style. The room was spacious and...More
Stayed one night whilst visiting son at the university.
Lovely conversion of the building with lots of original features.
Dined in the restaurant in the evening with was excellent, fantastic food, beautiful decor and lovely and warm.
The staff are excellent, everyone is friendly and...More
Me and my boyfriend stayed here for a night. We ended up with a double bed room, the bathroom was amazing, the bedroom was amazing, and the building was just so so beautiful. All the staff were polite and friendly and we had such a...More
Excellent rooms with lovely bathroom, spacious and quiet, beautifully converted building. Bar area nice ambience. Breakfast unfortunately had poor service with long waits several guests got annoyed, staff were trying their best but had too much to do. Food when it arrived was good. Overall...More
I have been fortunate to stay in some amazing hotels around the world, but arguably the Hotel Indigo in Durham could be considered as the best.
The hotel is in the old County Hall, and it has been designed to utilise the best of it's...More