Ideally located in the city centre by the Castle and Cathedral, Hatfield College Durham provides you with comfortable budget accommodation close to the colleges of Durham University.
Hatfield College Durham is the second oldest college in Durham, situated on one of the oldest streets in the city. Ideally located in the centre of Durham, Hatfield College Durham is set on the beautiful banks of the River Wear near the world heritage site of the Norman Cathedral, which dates back to 1093. Durham Castle, dating back to 1072, is also just steps from your accommodation. Crook Hall and Gala Theatre are within easy reach, as are Durham Station and the colleges of Durham University.
Durham Hatfield College offers 225 beds in comfortable, simple guestrooms equipped with a desk and wash basin. Shared bathroom facilities are available and you can enjoy all the amenities of the college, including a laundrette, TV room, games room, music room and chapel. Some of the buildings of Durham Hatfield College date back to the 17th century, so you will be surrounded by history during your study stay in Durham. Free car parking is offered and public transport is easily accessible.
The majority of colleges that are part of University of Durham are just a short stroll from Hatfield College Durham. The School of Linguistics and Language is also within easy reach of your accommodation.
Durham is the nearest station to Hatfield College Durham, just a short walk away. You could combine your study stay in England with a trip to marvellous Scotland - Edinburgh is only one and a half hours away by train. London is also easily accessible via rail, within a three hour journey. If you fancy a day out to one of the cities in the North of England then just hop on a train to Newcastle (20 minutes away) or York (45 minutes away).
Hatfield College Durham is located just steps from two magnificent 11th century buildings, Durham Castle and Durham Cathedral. Also nearby are Durham University Museum, the Indoor Market, Durham Heritage Centre, Gala Theatre and the Town Hall and Market Place. You can also enjoy a boat trip on the River Wear or a walk along its banks.
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