Moorings Hotel

Address: Hett Hills, Chester-le-Street, Durham, England, DH2 3JU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Enjoy English hospitality at the Moorings Hotel, a luxury inn in the Hett Hills, County Durham. This intimate family-run hotel features clean and spacious suites with plush Dunlopillo beds, en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and high-speed Internet access. For some extra romance, why not book a luxury suite with a hot tub and private patio for admiring the countryside?

Satisfied guests rave about the warm and helpful employees, lively bar, and excellent food available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While the hotel's not cheap, happy travelers say that the personalized service and charming rooms at The Moorings make it worth every penny.


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This hotel, located on Hett Hills, Chester-le-Street, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery, and West Highland Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMoorings Hotel Chester-le-Street

    Reviewed by frankenichols

    This is a great stop along the way

    Reviewed Sep 21, 2012
    by (19 reviews) White Plains, NY , United States Flag of United States

    The staff was great. The bar lively with good food (and cute bartenders). The breakfast was good. I could not say anything bad -- it was worth every penny.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Moorings Hotel Chester-le-Street

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    Travel Blogs from Chester-le-Street

    Blissful simplicity and unexpected gifts

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 12, 2015

    6 photos

    ... coming from the dry and smokey summer we’ve just left.

    We came up on the land near Glen Coe and began exclaiming over the beauty and then climbed in elevation and into the mountains, and Rob got misty-eyed, feeling a connection to the land that he didn’t expect. We pulled over to take it in, and take some photos, then carried on past Loch Lomand - singing the famous song in the car as we drove past - and up into ...

    Glencoe Pap and much higher

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Sep 11, 2015

    46 photos

    ... loose shale scree, all from the glaciation of the end of the last ice age. We would periodically have to lower ourselves down vertical rock steps. It was so slow because, even as you were lowering yourself, you were dropping down onto scree. The mountain descended about 925m vertical drop 1.6 miles horizontal – about 36% gradient. It was crazy. Eventually, we reached the ground level, and we really enjoyed walking ...

    The Tour of the Country

    A travel blog entry by emj2013 on Dec 28, 2013

    54 photos

    ... curry and the wonderfully English (again) trifle for dessert, it was a lovely end to a lovely day and we made our nest in the beautifully fitted out guest suite and slept well!

    The next morning it was onwards for more visiting. Breakfasted and with the dog walked, we were taken to the Gateshead Quays, to see the bridges and the Sage. We even made sure to walk across the Millenium Bridge so that Valerie could say that she's been to Newcastle too :-) The sun shone and ...


    A travel blog entry by davidbaker on Aug 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... about the atmosphere as it is the play itself. Kellie is now acquainted with the concept of the "beer snake", an ever expanding collection of stacked, empty plastic pint cups that winds it way around the stand. Inevitably though as it expands too far, and just like Icarus, it flies too close to sun (or the ever increasingly intoxicated feeders of the snake add on one too many stacks of cups) and it all comes crashing down, dowsing unsuspecting cricket ...

    The real Scotland

    A travel blog entry by pkumar01 on Apr 17, 2013

    7 photos

    The day after the wedding, the three of us, Shilpa, I and Savinay (Shilpa's bro and the only driver) resumed the road trip. We couldn't quite decide where to go because there was absolutely no plan, I had no clue where to go in Scotland except the distilleries. So, we just headed out towards Edinburgh and on our way found the Glamis Castle. It is famous because the present queen of England lived there regularly during her youth. It was nice although ...