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Welcome to The Bell Guesthouse

Address: Sunderland Road, Peterlee, SR8 4PF

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Offering stylish accommodation with a bar and free Wi-Fi, The Bell Guesthouse is a 4-minute drive from the centre of Peterlee. Around 13 miles from Durham, The Bell provides a full English breakfast and is within 10 minutes’ drive of several local business parks. All rooms have a TV, desk, leather armchair and tea and coffee facilities, and ironing facilities are also available. Each en suite bathroom is stylishly appointed with mosaic tiling and has a bath or shower, hairdryer and luxury spa toiletries. Full English breakfast is served each morning from 07:00 – 09:30, and guests who need to leave early can request a take-away breakfast box. The relaxed bar serves local beers, real ales and a wide range of wines. Peterlee lies around 24 miles south of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and is less than 30 minutes from Durham Cathedral and the city’s many restaurants and bars. Business travellers will be within 6-10 minutes’ drive of the North East Industrial Estate and Bracken Hill and Whitehouse Business Parks.

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Hartlepool Golf Club - Hartlepool - Golf

Hartlepool Golf Club - Hartlepool - Golf

Distance 4.87 miles (7.78 km)
Hartlepool Golf Course is situated on the North East Coast of England within sight and sound of the sea. From spring to autumn the course is ablaze with the colour of wild flowers. The area is well known to botanists and has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest By the Nature Conservancy Council. The course offers a challenge to the experienced player as well as the novice. The wind frequently blows, changing its nature from day to day. Visitors are welcome. The course is seldom closed because of the sandy nature of the soil.

Hartlepool Centre - Town Centre

Hartlepool Centre - Town Centre

Distance 6.84 miles (10.94 km)
Surrounded on three sides by the sea, the Magnesian Limestone headland or peninsula called the Heugh at Hartlepool is more familiarly known as Old Hartlepool. Hartlepool may not always readliy accept association with Teesside, it has its own natural harbour to the north of the river, but in recent centuries its industrial history has been very closely tied up with the River Tees. In prehistoric times Hartlepool's headland is thought to have been an isolated tidal island covered by thick forests. In the nineteenth century during excavation of the adjacent marshy area called the Slake, trunks of trees from the ancient forest were found embedded in the clay along with antlers and the teeth from deer that seem to have inhabited the area in large numbers many years ago.

Hartlepool United Football Club - Football Club

Hartlepool United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 6.96 miles (11.13 km)
Hartlepool United Football Club Formed in 1908. The ground was greatly improved in the mid 1990's, with the construction of two new stands. The Cyril Knowles Stand is the newer of the two side stands. It is a small single tier covered, seated stand which is raised above ground level. At the other side is the Camerons Brewery Stand which has covered seating to the rear and open terrace to the front. The newer end is the small Expamet Town End, a covered terrace, for home fans. The other end, the Rink End stand, is a small covered all seated stand which houses away supporters.