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Teesside Introduction

Teesside is a region brimming with culture, history and industrial heritage, surrounded by a rugged natural landscape. Get your culture fix with a visit to Teesside’s cultural hub, Middlesbrough, which boasts theatres, shopping centres, parks and a wide range of hotels. History buffs can follow in the footsteps of the legendary explorer James Cook – born and bred in the region. And lovers of the great outdoors can hike up green hills and spend days spotting local wildlife.

Hotels in Teesside

Teesside offers a diverse range of accommodation options, whether you’re here for business or to explore the surrounding countryside. There are several luxury hotels in Teesside. Seaham Hall and Rockliffe Hall both offer indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as on-site restaurants. Cheap Teesside hotels can be found in the centre of Middlesbrough and Darlington with spacious ensuite rooms, breakfast and WiFi. Jury’s Inn and Holiday Inn Express are both centrally located. Rustic country-house hotels in the surrounding villages of Newton Aycliffe and Great Ayton have facilities such as spa treatments and golf courses.

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Where to stay

Middlesbrough town centre is an ideal place for weekend visitors wanting to sample the town’s cultural scene and nightlife. The town is also a good base to explore the region from. Darlington is a convenient place for people on business to stay, as the town is well connected by road and rail, lying on the East Coast Main Line. Saltburn-by-the-Sea gives guests a more relaxed vibe as the small Victorian town has stunning views of the region’s coastline and rugged beaches. Guisborough is another alternative for lovers of the outdoors, situated a short distance away from the North York Moors.

Things to see

Middlesbrough town centre is home to the Doorman Museum, which delves into the region’s social history. Stewart and Albert parks give visitors a chance to take a stroll away from the crowds. The town also boasts four shopping centres and you won’t go hungry either with a range of pubs and restaurants. Roseberry Topping is a National Trust site with a walking route leading all the way to the top of this distinctively-shaped hill. The views of the surrounding countryside are breathtaking. There’s also a wooded area which families can explore, rock formations for geologists to marvel at and incredible vistas for artists. Saltholme is a nature reserve in the region’s wetlands. It’s an excellent place for beginner and experienced birdwatchers to set up for the day and enjoy the region’s wildlife. The centre also has a family discovery zone for children to explore.

How to get to Teesside

Travel in Teesside is simple. Middlesbrough and Darlington are the region’s transport hubs. Visitors can catch a train from Middlesbrough to North Yorkshire for the day. The medieval city of York and the quaint coastal town of Whitby are particular highlights. Darlington is easily accessible by train from Newcastle, taking around 30 minutes. There’s an extensive bus route all over the region, which is great for smaller journeys. International arrivals can fly into Durham Tees Valley Airport or the bigger Newcastle Airport, which serves more destinations. Middlesbrough and Darlington can be reached via train or bus from both airports.

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