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Hatfield College, Durham

University residence
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Breakfast included
Free parking
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Overview

Hatfield College is situated in the shadow of the great Norman Cathedral and World Heritage Site and on the banks of the River Wear. It is a few hundred yards from all the facilities and amenities that Durham has to offer.

Hatfields’s Melville Building provides 22 twin/double en-suite bedrooms and two family rooms with a private shower, toilet and hand basin, wardrobe and tea/coffee making facilities.

There are 93 single en-suite bedrooms in the newly refurbished Jevons and Pace Buildings.

The college can also offer standard bedrooms which are centrally heated and have their own washbasin. Showers and toilets are conveniently located on each floor

Accommodation is available during University Summer vacations; throughout July, August and September.


Check in: 14:00 (2:00pm) Onwards (no arrivals allowed outside this window)

Check out: 00:00 (12:00am) - 10:00 (10:00am)



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Reviews

4.4
Based on 26 reviews
Room
4.0
Value
4.5
Food
4.3
Service
4.6
Experience
4.5
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Of course the accomodation is basic, with shared utilities, but it was in a great location and was extremely good value for money, as an excellent breakfast was included in the price. Beats staying at a Travelodge - I would definitely book the university accomodation again.

JeanM

We had a great one night stopover at Hatfield College, Durham. From the first contact with the porter to the lovely, welcoming dining team everyone was so friendly and helpful. We will stay again without a doubt. Beautiful location and grand people. Wendy

WendyM

Very good. I have stayed here on several previous occasions and always enjoyed the experience. Clean rooms, friendly and helpful staff and excellent location.

CharlesR

Such friendly and helpful staff. Great location. Room is a classic student accommodation room - perfectly sufficient.

ShelbyJ

Cooked breakfast was a bit cold but overall great choice and I liked the self service idea

KayW

Great building, large room, great location and very peaceful. Would recommend highly

PhilipP

Very kind and helpful staff and a wonderful site, we very much enjoyed our stay.

JohnT

Porters were very helpful and informative

ChristopherP

Excellent facilities and service

Anon
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Facilities & information

Summary

18th century buildings

19th century buildings

20th century buildings

Breakfast included

Parking (free)

No smoking

Facilities

Shared gardens

Woodland walks

Food

Cooked breakfast (included)

Recreations

Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)

Gardens

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (walking distance)

Arrival information & directions

Address: Hatfield College, North Bailey, Durham, County Durham, DurhamDH1 3RQ, United Kingdom

Luggage can be stored if required.

On arrival please report to the Reception, which is open 24 hours per day.

As the College is in the historic centre of the city, parking is not available.  Please use close by City Centre Car Parks. To drive to the College you have to enter the city’s congestion charge zone for which a £2 charge is levied when you leave, and applies from 10am-4pm Mon-Sat. This charge needs to be paid by 6pm the same day.   Alternatively, there is a park and ride scheme in Durham or you can make use of one of the close-by city-centre car parks.

Hatfield College is a 5-minute taxi ride (about £5) from Durham Station. All the taxi drivers know the college, so you won't need to give them directions. Alternatively, if you're carrying light luggage, the walk from the station through town is picturesque and will take about 20 minutes. There is a tourist map on the platform.

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