Middlesbrough Borough Council have an excellent link on their web page detailing hotels within their juristriction. They are split between officially rated hotels and other hotels. If none of the three I've mentioned here appeal to you then there are other listed on this site.
If you are a foreign student, be careful. The university of Teesside tends to send you the contract to your place abroad for you to sign BEFORE you can actually go there to check the place first. You will then be in real trouble to cancel the contract if you wish to.
I must say that the advantage is that the accomodations are kept clean, and are full of other students so you can easily make new friends.
Dunno, an American corporatation footed the bill.
Comfy rooms and EXCELLENT English breakfasts. Bacon strips as big as your arm, eggs, beans, cereal, sausage; 'heart attack on a plate' they call it. It serves as both a great hangover cure and enough sustenance to get you through the morning and afternoon.
Some of the rooms face the North Sea, very nice!
There is a youth hostel at the top of the hill..next to St. Mary's Church and Whitby Abbey. I bet you get a good night's sleep there. *snicker*
More expensive that staying in one of the MANY bed and breakfasts in the surrounding area (just drive around and you'll pass 100's of them) but it's a good place to start before you learn your directions in the area. Food is pretty good, and it's ideally located in the centre of town, with friendly and helpful staff who can point you in the right directions.
Bed and full English breakfast From £22.50 per night inclusive of VAT.
Evening meals available.
(ASK FOR DENNIS, THE OWNER , SAY I SENT YOU AND YOU WILL BE WELL LOOKED AFTER !!!!!
Walking distance from the town centre, this 18 room friendly hotel has helpfull staff, a licenced bar with pool table and big screen tv. There is secure parking to the rear.
(most rooms have en-suite bathrooms)
TV's in rooms.
Facilities for disabled people.
Caravan Club Site
Decent site, excellent location. Close to both the A66 and the A19 so it's great for stopovers. Great too, it you're in the area to use the White water course.
Travel Inns. OK, OK, we like Travel Inns. Theye're consistently good, reasonably priced and you can cancel at a few hours notice with no loss of deposit!
There are two in the Teesside area.
40 UK pounds per room per night (up to 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 kids).
The picture below is the Restaurant attached to the Travel Inn at the Tees Barrage.
Excellent standard of rooms, which are a good size, with a King size bed and a sofa (which converts to an extra bed). Tea/coffe making and TV, en-suite bath and toilet.
The one at the Tees Barrage is in a great spot, overlooking the White water course and close to the amusements of Teesside Park. It adjoins a pretty good restaurant and pub and is close to the David Lloyd Leisure Club, if you're a member.
The Travel Inn at Preston Farm is only 5 minutes from Teesside Park and the Barrage.
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