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Slaley Hall Hotel

NE47 0BY

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Welcome to De Vere Slaley Hall.

Set in 1,000 acres of prime Northumberland forest and moorland, and surrounded by two championship golf courses, Slaley Hall remains a grand retreat and a symbol of Edwardian elegance.

The Leisure Club and Health and Beauty Spa feature a 20-metre swimming pool, fully equipped gymnasium and spa. If you enjoy outdoor pursuits, Slaley Hall offers a variety of activities including fishing, archery, mountain biking, quad biking and hot air ballooning.

Located 23 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne, Slaley Hall is easily accessed from the A68 link road which connects the A1 at Darlington to the South and the A69 at Corbridge to the North. Newcastle airport is only 30 minutes away.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 139
Number Ensuite: 139
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Awards: AA 1 Rosette

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

Cream of Asparagus Soup

Char-grilled Chicken and Avocado Tian, Red Pepper Dressing

Flaked Poached Salmon, Caper Berry and Egg Salad

Porchini Mushroom Pasta Parcels, Pesto and Parmesan


Roast Rump of Lamb, Gratin Potatoes, Snow Peas, Fine Beans

Moroccan Spiced Chicken, Apricot and Date Cous Cous

Seared Fillet of Plaice, White Bean and Rosemary Mash
Tomato and Olive Dressing

Puff Pastry Casket, Mushroom, French Mustard and Paprika Stew


Warm Treacle Sponge, Vanilla Pod Anglaise

Iced Banana Parfait, Caramel Bananas

Chocolate and Poached Pear Crème Pot

Blackcurrant Mousse, Cointreau Oranges

Northumbrian Farmhouse Cheese

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