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Expensive hotel and can be quite noisy overnight and early morning, but nevertheless a great. The best deal though is the food. If you decide you fancy A carvery between 3-6pm it includes Sunday dinner, homemade pies, salads etc, and a pudding for £8:95. If you decide to eat later8:30-10pm it 2 meals ...
First impressions were wow! My room was amazing. Beds comfy. Great sized rooms. However the restaurant to me was somewhat disappointing. The food was just about ok, but overpriced for what it was. And I was eating alone when most others were dining as couples. Service was pretty slow. I had to ask ...
Stayed here 2 nights, we were visiting friends in the area so only used room to sleep, the bed was very comfortable the room was clean there was plenary of tea & coffee and staff were very friendly. The shower worked well with good power and heat. The gym & pool complex is in a seperate building ...
Nice hotel & room & gardens Only down side bar meals not great although breakfast meal & service superb
we stayed for only 1 night as it was close to where we were visiting and after a long day walking we accessed the leisure facilities. steam room and sauna well run pool good size and plenty of beds around to relax. The room was very clean and tidy also well presented. The front of the Hall and main ...
County Durham is a large region of England, with lots going on! There are big cities, such as Darlington and Durham, boasting fascinating historic landmarks, cosmopolitan bars and restaurants and lively high streets. Outside the cities County Durham is characterised by some stunning countryside, particularly in the protected area of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and along the beautiful Durham Heritage Coast. Dotted around the region you'll find some excellent hotels, many which aspire to a luxury standard by incorporating excellent spa services and facilities.
There is a particular kind of tiredness that comes with a holiday, that feeling of being absolutely exhausted after a long day, and yet completely happy! There are plenty of opportunities for getting tired and happy in County Durham, whether it's from cycling the many trails in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or just exploring the historic parts of Durham or Hartlepool - where you'll find everything from excellent museums, to tall ships (including HMS Trincomalee) to Norman Castles and cathedrals.
Thankfully, great hotels aren't just places to stay, they're places to relax and unwind too - places where you can get away from it all and experience some of that all too rare me-time. Many of the top hotels in County Durham, particularly in the luxury end of the spectrum, offer generous spa facilities and services, including beauty and massage treatments, saunas and even mud baths. If you need the batteries recharging after a long fun-filled family holiday or just want to incorporate some relaxation into a luxury romantic break, a hotel's spa facilities is the place to do just that, and let your cares fall away surrounded by some amazing countryside.
You'll find lots of great spa hotels in Durham and the surrounding areas. The newly opened five-star luxury hotel, Rockcliffe Hall, just outside of Darlington, boasts extensive facilities and amenities, not only a golf course and great restaurants but also a spa that offers nine treatment rooms and a wide range of spa services, including everything from massage to Ayurvedic Treatments.