During University Vacations there are 41 en suite and 29 standard (with shared bathrooms) bedrooms within the Castle which are available for bed and breakfast accommodation.
An English Breakfast, served in the magnificent Great Hall, is included. Rooms include tea & coffee making facilities; iPod dock, radio & clock. Towels & toiletries are provided daily.
All bookings receive a complimentary guided tour of the Castle.
The Medieval Gatehouse has 2 twin bedded rooms with en suite facilities, with views of the Castle Courtyard, gardens and Cathedral.
The Garden Stairs
Some of these rooms overlook the gardens and cathedral; there are 2 twin en-suite bedrooms as well as 1 single and 3 twin standard bedrooms, with shared bathrooms facilities, which are in part of the Castle which dates from the Sixteenth Century.
The Hall Stairs
Hall Stairs rooms are conveniently located next to the Great Hall and include 1 single, 2 small double, 3 double, 2 twin and 1 triple en suite bedroom.
The Norman Gallery
The Norman Gallery, in one of the oldest parts of the Castle, rooms include 2 single, 5 double, 2 twin, 1 triple and one family room. All are standard bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities.
The Keep and Junction
These rooms include 6 single, 8 double, 3 small double and 11 twin en suite bedrooms as well as 15 single standard bedrooms (with shared bathrooms). Please note as some of the rooms are in the Castle Keep they have over 100 steps to reach them.
For individual B&B accommodation or small groups please contact Durham Castle on please call +44 (0) 191 334 4106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For groups of over 10 please call Event Durham on 0800 28 99 70 or email email@example.com
Due to the nature of Durham Castle it is used as a venue for a variety of events and functions. As such, there may be some noise and minor disruption during your stay, our staff will endeavour to control this where possible.
Please note that Durham Cathedral is located next to Durham Castle and as a result guests should be aware the Cathedral bells ring prior to services on a Sunday and between 18.30 and 20.30 each Thursday evening.