A warm welcome awaits you at Ushaw, where our friendly, helpful staff are happy to bring you a selection of great rooms within our wonderful facility.
Whether you’re looking for a single night’s accommodation or a longer holiday stay, Ushaw offers a unique experience for all. Situated in historic buildings dating back 250 years, Ushaw's rooms are simple, comfortable and quiet - perfect for relaxation or work
A conference and events centre, as well as a museum and art gallery, centred on preserving the heritage of the beautiful Grade I and II listed site.
Our newly refurbished rooms come in single, twin, or triple rooms – all with single beds only. All of our rooms are en-suite with showers (some with wheelchair accessible showers) and with access to a resident’s kitchen on both of our wings There is lift access to all rooms, though some of our rooms are further from the entrance than others, and guests should specify at the time of booking if they require a closer room.
All bathrooms have clean towels and complimentary shampoo and shower gel.
All rooms include tea and coffee making facilities.
- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Single En-suite||£52.50 per room (breakfast included)|
|Twin En-suite||£69.95 per room (breakfast included)|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
Map & Directions
From the South, leave the A1(M) at junction 59 north of Darlington and continue north on the A167 (for 14 miles) to the traffic lights at Neville’s Cross, on the outskirts of Durham City. Continue to the third set of traffic lights by Sainsbury’s Local and turn left. Signposts can direct you from there.
From the North, leave the A1(M) at junction 63, Chester-Le-Street. Continue south on the A167 until you reach Crossgate Moor on the outskirts of Durham. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights just past the pedestrian footbridge. Ushaw is signposted here.