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The pillows have been plumped and the door handles polished ready for all accommodation to open its doors once again from 17 May.

The do not disturb signs have been switched to come on in and Tees Valley’s hotels are ready to fill their empty beds as hotels open in the UK again.

So, if you are looking for hotels that are open in the North East of England then look no further as we round up five UK hotel stays in the Tees Valley that you can book right now. For more choices head to the Accommodation page.

Rockliffe Hall

A hidden gem in the North East of England, Rockliffe Hall is a five-star luxury golf and spa hotel offering an award-winning spa, an 18-hole championship golf course and a wide range of dining options, including a delectable Afternoon Tea served in the beautiful surroundings of The Orangery.

The magnificent spa is an experience in itself with a large swimming pool, hydropool, outdoor hot tub and experience showers. As if that wasn’t enough to fully relax you, you can also escape to the serenity of the Spa Garden with panoramic views of the hotel grounds, a glass fronted sauna, heated loungers and infinity pool.

Set in the quiet village of Hurworth close to the market town of Darlington, Rockliffe Hall offers the perfect location for an idyllic escape in the Tees Valley, with attractions such as the Head of Steam Railway Museum and Darlington Hippodrome not far away.

For summer stays, you can take advantage of their Wish You Were Here? Summer sale with rooms from £240 per night for a three-night stay between 1st July to 30th September.

Wynyard Hall

Located in Stockton-on-Tees but close enough to explore nearby Hartlepool and the rest of the Tees Valley, a stay at Wynyard Hall is a must.

Surrounded by 150 acres of historical landscape, you’ll find it hard to escape the tranquillity that encompasses Wynyard Hall.

The stunning four-star hotel offers exclusive accommodation including five elegant cottages alongside 19 bedrooms and suites, each one complete with a bespoke design. The Wellington Restaurant offers an ever-changing seasonal menu of modern British dishes.

Guests can indulge in a variety of beauty and body treatments at the lakeside Spa. Spend a day exploring the stunning Rose Garden, Edible Garden, Wild Garden and Woodland Walk, and enjoy lunch in the Cafe or a spot of shopping in the Farm Shop and Glasshouse.

Attractions nearby include the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Hartlepool, Preston Park Museum and Grounds and Tees Barrage International White Water Centre.

Gisborough Hall

On the doorstep of the beautiful North York Moors you will find the splendid country house hotel Gisborough Hall. Step inside and you are welcomed by rows of wellies to borrow for those long walks in the countryside, cosy corners by open fires perfect for snuggling up in and a friendly welcome from the Gisborough Hall team.

With 71 beautifully designed en suite bedrooms, including 19 upgraded rooms in the original house, there is plenty of choice for getting a good night’s sleep. Many of the upgraded rooms have stunning views over the Cleveland Hills and are each filled with Victorian charm and modern amenities.

For dog lovers, you’ll be delighted to learn that Gisborough Hall welcomes four-legged friends in the ground floor bedrooms. If you let the hotel know that your canine companion is joining you at the time of booking, they’ll add some ‘doggie treats’ to your room ready for your arrival.

Located perfectly to explore the countryside and coast, with the pretty Victorian seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea is just 15mins away, the fascinating Kirkleatham Museum is also close by and in sight of the hotel is the glorious site of Gisborough Priory which is well worth a visit.

Jurys Inn, Middlesbrough

If a hotel at the heart of the action is what you are after, then look no further than the Jurys Inn in Middlesbrough.

Situated close to the town centre and less than ten minutes from Middlesbrough station, the Jurys Inn is an ideal spot for exploring Middlesbrough and the rest of the Tees Valley.

Step out of the hotel and you will find leading art gallery MIMA (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art), live music and comedy at Middlesbrough Town Hall and a family visit wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Newham Grange Farm.

You will be spoilt for choice for places to eat and drink with independent restaurants and bars lining Boro’s streets including one of the Top 50 Cocktail Bars in the UK – The Nuthatch where you can indulge in a selection of handcrafted cocktails.

With over a hundred comfortable, stylish guestrooms and a wide variety of facilities at the Jurys Inn, you’ll wake up feeling fresh and ready to explore everything the area has to offer.

Hampton by Hilton, Stockton

Located in the heart of Stockton town centre with magnificent views over the River Tees and the Infinity Bridge, the Hampton by Hilton offers the perfect base to explore Stockton-on-Tees, enjoy the nearby market town of Yarm as well as many more attractions across the Tees Valley.

The sleek design of the Hampton by Hilton upon entrance is instantly uplifting with its light and airy feel. The outdoor terrace is also a must for sunny days. During festival season the hotel has the enviable position of being at the heart of the fun, and with the return of the region’s biggest free outdoor art and street theatre festival SIRF (Stockton International Riverside Festival) this July, it’s the perfect time for a stay.

Start planning your visit now and check out all the great things to see and do in the Tees Valley here.

You can find more accommodation inspiration here.

Please follow all government guidance when staying in the Tees Valley. Overnight stays in guest accommodation are restricted to groups of up to 6 people or 2 households/bubbles. For the full guidance go to


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