BEST WESTERN Whitworth Hall Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Whitworth Hall Hotel Spennymoor
Travel Blogs from Spennymoor
At breakfast I chose the porridge with a pinch of salt...think the chef mistook the pinch for a spoonful! Never mind the tea was nice, haha. We paid the bill, packed the car and walked to the city. We walk beside the river Wear before we went in the wonderful Cathedral, which they are spending millions on, then around the town, before settling ...
... and Pat and I joined Dave in the garden. There are so many starlings here, it's so nice to see them flying over, and on someone's roof, near Pat there were loads. Apart from a couple of heavy showers it's been a beautiful day, but windy. Later we all got changed and went to the Rose Tree pub for her birthday dinner. Pat didn't like her goats cheese salad much but apart from that it was a success. We had arranged for a birthday cake for ...
... s leading park designer. It has a large boating lake, play areas for children specific to their age group and a mini zoo. Unfortunately, the weather reverted to type and we had to beat a retreat to the cafe in the former mansion for refreshment. An interesting afternoon ...
... the car there so we drove the short distance to the Walltown Quarry Carpark. The place was humming as there was a charity walk on for the Alzheimers Society and this was a way station with refreshments. The walkers were doing a 20 mile stretch!. We walked round the edge of the quarry and then up onto the wall, followed it up to the crest of the ridge and along it for a short way. There was a really good view from the ...
John suggest that we might be interested in visiting a community garden in the nearby village/suburb of Whickham. Originally the garden of a large house called the Hermitage, the garden had been allowed to become overgrown and derelict. In 2002 local resident Dave Peacock arranged a public meeting and formed a committee to gain planning permission and generate funding in order to restore the garden to its former glory. This prevented former plans for the site ...