Looking for Somewhere to Stay in Middlesbrough?


Looking for Somewhere to Stay in Middlesbrough?

Have you recently booked a stay in Middlesbrough and are looking around to see what this wonderful city has to offer? Our beautiful Serviced Accommodation in Middlesbrough is located on the River Tees, just five kilometres from Teesport, England's third-largest port.

Middlesbrough is a large industrial town in North Yorkshire, located on the south bank of the Tees River. Teesside is well-known for its industries and bridges, especially the renowned Transporter Bridge, which acts as the county's emblem.

Tees Transporter Bridge

Tees Transporter Bridge, which was opened in 1911 and is the world's longest operating transporter bridge, has become an icon in Middlesbrough. It's also a well-known symbol of Teesside's engineering and industrial heritage.

For more than a century, the bridge has been an essential and unique feature of Middlesbrough's history, offering a key route across the River Tees. The bridge has recently become a major historic visiting site as well as one of England's premier destinations for extreme outdoor sports like abseils, bungee jumps, and zip-lines.

Tees Transporter Bridge has also won lottery funding to aid in its construction and renovation. This makeover included a glass observation lift, a gondola, and work on cutting-edge tourism resources.

If you're visiting Middlesbrough, take the new glass observation lift to the top of the Transporter for breathtaking views. There are also great and exciting audio tours available throughout the day.

A trip up to the walkway via the glass elevator or the stairwell challenge is part of the visitor experience; which will you choose? Why not bring your friends or family to Middlesbrough for a fun day trip?


Adults: £5

Children: £3.50

Family ticket: £15 (2 adults, 2 children)

Groups of 8 or more get a 10% discount


Transporter Bridge Ferry Road




Contact details

01642 727265

Dorman Museum

The Colonel in Chief of the Yorkshire Regiment established the Dorman Museum, also known as the Dorman Memorial Museum, in July 1904. Middlesbrough Council's "Museums Service" includes the museum and its sister site, the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum in Stewart Park.

The museum houses an extensive collection of spectacular artefacts that show Middlesbrough's past via natural history and geology. There are multiple themed galleries to explore and several on-site facilities. Why not take a group to the museum and then relax in the café with your favourite hot drink? And why not spend a weekend in Middlesbrough, which has so much to offer? For history and art enthusiasts, the Dorman Museum is a must-see.


Linthorpe Road




Contact details

01642 813781

Are you thinking of planning a trip away to Middlesbrough? Check out our serviced apartments. They will make your stay feel like a home from home. 

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