- " Stayed at Longlands while working in Middlesbrough, the location is great to the town and all amenities, and Ray was a lovely host. My room was spacious and clean with a good modern bathroom and refreshments. Lovely continental style breakfast with a good selection. Honestly could not be beaten on price! "
- "Impressed by the price at the Highfield Hotel, situated on a quiet street. It’s a nice blend of modern and traditional aesthetics, with an especially large double bed in our room. There’s free wi-fi and a desk, so working is possible. Did have some trouble getting the door cards to work. Shower was decent; private bathroom with plentiful hot water."
- "Pretty good value rooms for the night. Booked the hotel when I knew I’d be visiting Middlesbrough again, decided that the price and quality of the rooms suited me. Not the comfiest bed, but good, fresh sheets. Continental breaking, free parking, and twenty-four-hour reception are worth it. Very central location, too. Very reliably for a good room every time."
- "The Blue Bell Lodge Hotel did the job. Decent room for the price and the staff seemed to be well-trained and had plenty of knowledge to offer about the area, including access to the shops/university. Bed side light in my room wasn’t working. But did think it was worth the money, with a decent shower and bed."
- "Sort of self-catering accommodation; a flat rental with access to a communal kitchen. It’s priced very well, so certainly provides good value. The bed is comfortable, with the bedding being clean and fresh. Owners were easy to deal with. Access to the rest of the town is nice and simple, though the neighbourhood isn’t the liveliest. Excellent for short trips."
- "Picked up the keys from across the road, then entered the Gresham and found a nice, clean, attractive set of rooms. Walked from the train station (10 minutes), so the geography worked well for us. Kitchen facilities meant making breakfast/dinner was easy. Everything provided. Could have done with more chairs. But quality of furniture generally very high. Would definitely recommend."
This Teeside town is situated in the north-east of England and it is a large town located on the south bank of the River Tees. Middlesbrough is home to many old buildings as well as a well-known football team, and it has a vibrant musical heritage with Chris Rea coming from the town.
The oldest domestic building in Middlesbrough is Acklam Hall, which was built back in 1680 and it is the only Grade I listed building in the town. This Restoration Mansion is just off Acklam Road and it is a fine example of classic English architecture. At the front of the hall is an avenue of oak trees that stretch for almost half a mile. The Transporter Bridge is another popular tourist attraction with its Grade II listed status, and at 850 feet high it is one of the largest bridges of its kind in the world.
Middlesbrough Football Club currently play in the Championship and the team plays its home games at the Riverside Stadium. The club was one of the founding clubs of the Premier League in 1992 and attracts thousands of spectators whenever they play. Darlington is around 15 miles away and also boasts a football team while nearby Sunderland is also home to a Premier League football team.
Middlesbrough's economy was historically based on iron, steel, ship building, chemicals and heavy industry, but nowadays the service sector is the main economic contributor in the town. The majority of the town's employment now derives from the service sector and Middlesbrough has enjoyed rapid growth in all of its industries over recent years, leaving little room for expansion as both its suburbs and urban districts are now extensively built-up.
FAQ's about Middlesbrough accommodation
Which Middlesbrough B&B's are best for couples?
Which Middlesbrough B&B's are best for singles?
Are there any cheap hotels in Middlesbrough?
Which B&B's in Middlesbrough are best for families?
Many B&B's in Middlesbrough offer family rooms - try Best Western Highfield Hotel and Premier Inn Middlesbrough Central (James Cook Hospital).
What Middlesbrough hotels are best for groups?
There are several hotels in Middlesbrough that cater for groups & large bookings, for example; Best Western Highfield Hotel or Premier Inn Middlesbrough Central (James Cook Hospital)
Which hotels in Middlesbrough offer free parking?
How much is it for a B&B in Middlesbrough tonight?
Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at Oyo The Longlands Hotel from £24 * with 14 rooms and a guest review score of 7.1. * Subject to availability.