The Croft County Durham, North East England
Characterful country hotel on the bank of the River TeesBook
Member since 2019
The Croft Hotel is an intimate grade II listed building positioned in the historic village of Croft-on-Tees. Combining period features with modern decor and offering friendly welcoming atmosphere. With stunning views of the River Tees and superbly located, an ideal base to explore the local area or relax and unwind.
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Classic Country Getaway - Superior Double
From £79.50 pppn for a 1 night stay, to £81.65 pppn for a 7 night stay
Stay in a Superior room and receive:
- Dinner for two each evening in the restaurant (£25 pp allowance)
- A complimentary bottle of house wine with dinner each evening
- Full breakfast for two daily
- Noon late check out (usually 11 am)
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- Ideal base to explore North Yorks Moors
- Recently refurbished
- Stunning river views
- Stylish bedrooms
- Historic features
- Well located for local attractions
- Brand new bar and grill
How to find The Croft
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Served Monday to Friday from 7am til 10am
Served Weekends & Bank Holidays from 8am til 10am
Served daily from 12pm – 2:30pm
Served from 6pm til 8:30pm Daily
Please note menus change regularly so dishes may not always be available
11 am - 11 pm
Complimentary onsite parking is available with 4 disabled parking bays
The hotel does not have a lift, there are 2 ground floor rooms with walk in showers
Children are welcome at The Croft, the maximum amount of additional beds or cots in the room in 1. Children under 2 are £10 a night, over 2 are £20 a night. Please call out team on 0333 2125 594 to check availability of a suitable room
The Croft is prominently situated next to the Parish Church in the pretty village Croft on Tees, which lies on the banks of the River forming the border between the counties of North Yorkshire and County Durham.
Just a few miles north is Darlington, a thriving town, whilst nearby are some notable and sought after towns, such as Northallerton, Yarm, Richmond and Barnard Castle.
History of the hotel
Originally built in 1835, this old coaching inn has been lovingly renovated into a traditional and contemporary country hotel.
Not a pet friendly property
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