Middlesbrough is most readily associated with its industrial heritage, but the mouth of the Tees near which it sits is famed for salmon and trout and posesses some fine stretches of sands; and beyond it the Tees Valley countryside is a revelation. Visitors may be surprised too by the town’s many parks... Read More

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Blue Bell Lodge Hotel

Blue Bell Lodge Hotel

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A family favourite for meeting, eating, drinking and socialising. The 60 bedroomed hotel offers a whole host of entertainment in its spacious lounge, bar, two meeting rooms ... More

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Best Western Middlesbrough

Best Western Middlesbrough

The Best Western Highfield Hotel is ideally located for business or leisure in the Teesside area, situated less than 1-mile from Middlesbrough City Centre. Stockton-on-Tees, Yarm, Billingham, Redcar and Teesside (Durham Tees Valley) Airport are ... More | visit website

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Thistle Middlesbrough

Thistle Middlesbrough

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Following an investment of over £12 million, this modern hotel was completely re-built and re-styled, and is a great base from which to explore the town. Situated in the centre of Middlesbrough ... More

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