Seaham Hall

Overlooking Durham’s heritage coast, this Georgian mansion, all sea views and sofas for sinking into, is ‘a wonderful place, combining luxury and style with a friendly, relaxed approach’. More

Contact details

Seaham Hall
Lord Byron’s Walk
Seaham
Co. Durham
SR7 7AG
England
0191 5161400

Hotel information

Bedrooms

20. 1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, 2 lounges, bar, 2 restaurants, private dining room, conference facilities, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky), civil wedding licence, spa (treatment rooms, outdoor hot tubs, sun terrace, fitness suite, 20-metre heated swimming pool), 37-acre grounds (terraces, putting green).

Background music

all day in public areas.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B from £195, D,B&B from £255. Market menu £30, à la carte £50. 1-night bookings sometimes refused weekends.

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Good Hotel Guide Review

Overlooking Durham’s heritage coast, this Georgian mansion, all sea views and sofas for sinking into, is ‘a wonderful place, combining luxury and style with a friendly, relaxed approach’. Styling throughout is contemporary – bold going on audacious. Spacious bedrooms, each equipped with bathrobes, slippers and an espresso machine, are individually styled; some have French windows that open onto a private terrace and garden. ‘Our large suite had a huge bed with a wonderfully soft duvet – utter luxury.’ Pick among a choice of eating places. Ozone restaurant serves light meals of pan-Asian fare; in Byron’s restaurant – where the rich colours are inspired by a portrait of the mad, bad poet, who entered into an ill-fated marriage here – chef Ross Stovold’s daily-changing menu places the emphasis on locally sourced ingredients. A typical dish: aged beef sirloin, celeriac, mushroom tapioca, fondant potato. Beaches and rugged cliffs await, with walking and cycling routes along the coast (and bicycles to borrow), but choose to dilly-dally: an atmospheric walkway leads to the Serenity Spa and its swimming pool, ‘lovely just for relaxing in’. (P and SG). Seaham Hall is also a member of Pride of Britain hotels.

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Special offers

Winter Special Offer

This Winter it’s time to cosy up and enjoy the luxurious comforts of Seaham Hall. Explore the local coastal town or the bustling city of Durham before retreating to your luxurious suite. Your package includes: Luxury accommodation based on two people sharing; use of the award winning spa facilities from 12 noon on arrival until 12 noon on departure; an indulgent breakfast before departure. T&C’s: Prices FROM £179 BB; Prices FROM £269 DBB. pre-payable at reservation time; non-refundable and non-transferable should you wish to cancel. Available Sunday – Fridays – Subject to availability. Spa use is included from 12 noon on the day of arrival to 12 noon on day of departure. Management have the right to retrieve this offer at any time. Price is based on two people. Rate includes VAT. Subject to availability. Valid from December 1st 2017 until January 31st 2018. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.

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This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.

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Seaham Hall
Lord Byron’s Walk
Seaham
Co. Durham
SR7 7AG

Guest comments

'That grounds are wonderful and the staff are really helpful and friendly. above and beyond what one should be able to expect of this level of hotel - a wonderful place and a delight to visit. . ' - Stephen & Pauline Glover - July, 2017
'A special place: utter luxury. Spacious suite, huge bed with wonderfully soft duvet and pillows. All fittings and public areas very stylish but atmosphere throughout relaxed. Staff very friendly, helpful and attentive Lovely spa area - large pool, too warm for a proper swim but good for relaxing. Extensive grounds, beautifully landscaped and planted, overlooked by large terrace with view of the sea. Magnificent flowers and special chocolates. They trust their guests, eg, with proper coat-hangers, not ones for thieves. Popular with all ages, especially with young people, so informal but nevertheless wonderfully civilised. ' - Pauline & Stephen Glover - February, 2016

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