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Catterick is only a few miles from the historic town of Richmond and provides a wonderful base for discovering the northern dales namely Swaledale, Arkendarthdale and Wensleydale but not surprisingly it has its own rich historic background that is well worth investigating. The town is strategically placed accounting for its rich historic background and its quantity and quality of Catterick Hotels engineered to suit all tastes, budgets and needs.

Indeed the town's history is extensive and archaeological digging has revealed that there used to be a Roman town here complete with its own temple, there was once a military bath house and metal working on site showing it was a place of some significance. Even after the Romans left in the 5th Century the crossing point still remained significant.

The Garrison has been of strategic importance to the town as it has provided the town with a great deal of employment whilst supplementing the facilities of the village itself. The Great North Road crosses the River Swale and it is here that much history has taken place, it is a hugely important area and highly strategic and has managed to defend itself against the unruly Brigantes and the Scots.

Just a few miles to the east of the town is found the North York Moors, Catterick is offered a wonderful position as it lies on the A1, the Great North Road it has a long history of horse racing dating back to 1783 and there has been a purpose made course since 1813 during the winter the National Hunt takes place and the rest of the year there are flat races. Not far away and offering day time adventures are Easby Abbey and Richmond Castle and for lovers of motor racing the Croft motor racing circuit.

The George Inn and the Angel Inn still remain offering living history a fascinating glimpse of the past, the town center offers guests a selection of comfortable Catterick Hotels many are cloaked in historic mantles boasting unique stories and their own ghosts. Warm lobbies welcome with crackling log fires, low beamed ceilings, leaded windows and uneven floors staff process check in seamlessly and dispatch luggage to awaiting accommodations.

These are individually designed in accordance with the architectural layout and provide comfortable en suite rooms and connecting rooms for families hosting high chairs and cribs. Hearty English breakfasts are presented in traditional dining rooms and complemented with fruit juices, coffee, tea, toasts and jams.

Its strategic positioning attracts many business executives and these visitors are well accommodated through the modern streamlined hotels found flanking the main motorways. The atriums are streamlined and vast, check in is seamless and accommodations are pleasantly stylish presenting comfortable desk, overhead lamp, internet access, direct dial phone and fax machine. Business lounges offer continental breakfasts and all day snacks and beverages as well as daily papers and business journals.

Executives may arrange meetings, conferences, seminars and training events as these hotel offer specialised centers and business centers including the assistance of secretarial staff and translation services.

Grand Historic mansions surrounded in idyllic English countryside found at the end of winding lanes and now magnificently restored many starred hotels offering comfort and luxury, may be the choice of honeymooners or visiting celebrities. Multi roomed suites are uniquely designed hosting priceless antiques and king size beds dressed in high thread cottons flanked by glamorous bathrooms and boasting magnificent views.

Boutique restaurants host designer menus crafted from seasonal produce and companioned by selected wines. Traditional and trendy bars welcome the evenings with local ales and entertainment.

The Catterick Hotels are sure to impress and embrace all who pass this way ensuring returns again and again.