Moor End Guest House is a charming stone-built house constructed in 1840. The bed and breakfast is conveniently located near Durham city centre and the A1(M), with an array of excellent pubs and restaurants. The city boasts a rich history that stretches back a millennium, originating with the arrival of a religious community in search of a permanent resting place for the remains of St. Cuthbert of Lindisfarne. The accommodation comprises two double en suite rooms, two twin en suite rooms, and a family room suitable for a maximum of two adults and two well-behaved children aged between 5 and 16 years old. To honour their saint, they initially constructed a wooden structure, later replaced by a stone church, atop a rocky hill, providing natural protection on three sides by the River Wear.
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