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Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa
Lord Byron's Walk
County Durham

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A small luxury hotel twenty minutes from Newcastle, Seaham Hall is the leading luxury hotel and spa destination resort in Northern England. AA Hotel of the Year 2004, this is a place to indulge yourself where service is founded on instinctive hospitality, where the food is pure delight and where quality and attention to detail keep us awake at night, not you.

Linked to the hotel by a magical underground walkway, The Serenity Spa is oriental in design and inspired by Feng Shui. Voted Best Spa for Style by The Sunday Times and Best UK Spa Destination by Conde Nast Traveller, The Serenity Spa offers over fifty five different treatments. Together they provide the indulgence of a luxury boutique hotel and a unique oriental spa resort just twenty minutes from Newcastle, fifteen minutes from Durham and three hours from London.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Red Stars
RAC 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19
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Name: The White Room / The Ozone
Cuisine: Modern European / Pan Asian
Chef: Stephen Smith & Paul Graham
Awards: AA 3 Rosettes
RAC 4 Gold Ribbons

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