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From the South via A1(M)

Leave at Junction 61 signed Peterlee/Spennymoor, take the second exit off the roundabout marked A177 Bowburn, this road takes you to Durham City.
In approximately 2 miles you will pass Houghall College of Agriculture, on the left. About 500 yards further on is a roundabout, take the first exit, after a further 500 yards you will come to a set of traffic lights, the New Inn is on your right, turn left at the traffic lights.
On either side of the road are the University Colleges when you pass the last college, approx. ¼ mile up the hill, you will see a brown information sign directing you to Mount Oswald. The Manor and Golf Course are to your right on the brow of the hill.

From the North via A1(M)

Leave at Junction 62 signed Sunderland/Durham take the third exit off the roundabout marked A690 Durham, follow the signs for Durham City. At the end of the dual carriageway take the third exit off Roundabout. Down the hill to the next roundabout filter left.
Cross over the river straight on through the traffic lights, and follow signs for Darlington. At the traffic lights, a "Y" junction, go right. You will come to a further set of traffic lights, the New Inn is on your left, go straight on.
On either side of the road are the University Colleges when you pass the last college, approx. ¼ mile up the hill, you will see a brown information sign directing you to Mount Oswald. The Manor and Golf Course are to your right on the brow of the hill.

From the North via A167 (Old A1)

At the Cock of the North roundabout turn left, sign-posted A177 City Centre. Mount Oswald is on your left-hand side on the brow of the hill.

From the South via A167 (Old A1)

At the Cock of the North roundabout turn right, sign-posted A177 City Centre. Mount Oswald is on your left-hand side on the brow of the hill.
 
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