We have never been to Durham before and didn't know where to stay - so of course we "googled" lots of hotels in the area. We wanted a central location and I wanted a boutique hotel that was not too impersonal. The Fallen Angel ticked all the boxes from the reviews on Trip Advisor and beyond.... and we were not dissapointed. The decor is delightful, the breakfasts were excellent and made to order (none of that buffet breakfast here!), and the room we chose ( Indigo) was opulent and quirky. Just what we needed for a relaxing weekend break - our only regret is that we didnt dine in the hotel as the comments in the visitors book were very glowing. The new owners are building up a reputation for their food and that is why they call it a restaurant with rooms... We will definitely recommend and go back again. A great escape for the weekend in a lovely area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A classic Georgian building from the outside...... step inside and prepare to be wowed . Choose Gadds Town House, Durham city’s most beautiful hotel and restaurant. Nestled in historical and peaceful Old Elvet, a striking transformation of an elegant townhouse ideally located minutes away from the Cathedral & Castle and Durham’s vibrant night life. Once inside the decor exudes glamour, luxuriously decedent combined with an eclectic collection of antiques & paintings creating atmosphere and special ambience to completely relax and enjoy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gadds Town House Hotel Durham