Hotels in Darlington Reviews
Newest Review: ... for a four digit code which you need to type in the keypad to raise the car park exit barrier, the number changes daily for security reasons. Our room was on the first floor, luckily there are lifts at both ends of the building, and the fire doors in the corridors and the room doors where wide enough for a wheel chair to pass through with ease. On entering the room was about medium sized, bright, clean, neat and very tastefully decorated. There was enough room around and at the bottom of the king-size bed to get past with an easy chair in one corner. The window had curtains with rope like tie backs and nets, the view looked out over countr... more
Customer Hotels in Darlington Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/02/06 (Very useful, 245 readings)
In December 2005 we travelled up north from Portsmouth to Darlington to see our family, this being a regular event for us as we love travel, and we stayed for a couple of nights in a hotel. It's called Sleep Inn Hotel & Conference Centre Darlington and can be found at the south end of the A167 at Newton Park approximately 35 metres from junction 59 on the A1(M) either north or south exits will get you there. At the entrance to Newton Park you will find a MacDonald's and a petrol station then it's straight on to the hotel and the automatic barrier that lets you into the car park. The hotel is only two and a half years old and is very well lit with it's very neat, ... Read the complete review
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