Hotels in Middleton-In-Teesdale

The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant
52/53 Market Place
County Durham

DL12 0QH
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The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant is located in the centre of the attractive little town of Middleton in Teesdale. The town is on the Durham side of the river at the point where the Tees is joined by the Hudeshope Beck which runs along the back of the hotel.

The Forresters offers Bar and Restaurant facilities along with 2 function rooms and garden adjoining the Hudeshope Beck. It also boasts 8 En Suite bedrooms on the first floor, 5 of which feature staircases to the en suite facilites situated at a higher level.

The bedrooms are all newly refurbished and equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, TV and wireless internet. There is a large car park for patrons situated at the rear of the hotel adjacent to the river.

Breakfast is included and this can be taken at any time as food is available all day. If you choose to eat your breakfast late or in the afternoon, you can choose a lunch or light bite instead if preferred. You can eat indoors or outside to take advantage of the large terrace overlooking the river.

Our aim is to provide the best service and we want you to relax and enjoy your stay. Anything that we can help with, please ask and we will do our best.


Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Double: From 70
Twin: From 80
Single: From 40
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Chef: Fabien Hombourger

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