Headlam Hall

Charming luxury country hotel near Durham

Member since 2008

1 to 7 night stays
From £89 pppn for a 7 night stay
to £120 pppn
£89 per night for a 7 night stay
to £120 per night
for a 1 night stay

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This superb 17th century Jacobean mansion stands in beautiful walled gardens surrounded by its own spa, golf course and rolling County Durham farmland.

  • Family owned & run luxury hotel in the North East of England
  • Set in acres of manicured grounds surrounded by delightful countryside
  • Elegant character bedrooms
  • Fine spa facilities including indoor pool & Jacuzzi
  • Some dog friendly rooms

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Food Lovers Break

Stay in a Main House or Mews room and receive:

  • 3 course a la carte dinner for two each evening (value £35.50 pp)
  • A complimentary full bottle of chilled Champagne (value £45) and a box of chocolates in your room on arrival*
  • Full English breakfast daily
  • Full use of the spa & leisure facilities throughout your stay.
  • Complimentary late check out of 12:00
  • Stay 3 nights+ and receive one £25 spa voucher per room to be used towards treatments or in the spa brasserie
  • *Guests can substitute the Champagne for a full afternoon tea for two (value £20 pp) if preferred. Please advise when booking and note that afternoon tea is served Monday - Saturday only, guests staying on a Sunday who would like afternoon tea may take this on the Monday after check out.

1 night stay

Package Price: £120 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £240 per room

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2 night stay

Package Price: £207.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £415 per room

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3 night stay

Package Price: £291.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £583 per room

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4 night stay

Package Price: £374 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £748 per room

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5 night stay

Package Price: £456.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £913 per room

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6 night stay

Package Price: £559 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £1,118 per room

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7 night stay

Package Price: £661.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £1,323 per room

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Facilities at Headlam Hall

This superb 17th century Jacobean mansion stands in beautiful walled gardens surrounded by its own spa, golf course and rolling farmland. The picturesque hamlet of Headlam is located in a quiet corner of Teesdale offering rural peace and seclusion, delightful walking and cycling routes as well as good accessibility to the regions main attractions.

There are 40 individual bedrooms combining traditional and contemporary design to offer both comfortable and luxurious accommodation. The restaurant serves the highest standards of freshly prepared modern British cuisine in relaxed and charming surroundings and the Brasserie offers informal food and drink in a contemporary setting overlooking the golf course. The hotel also has excellent conference and banqueting facilities with an emphasis on individual and friendly service.

Residents can enjoy the stunning new Headlam Spa which includes a swimming pool, outdoor hydrotherapy pool, thermal zone and fully equipped gym. There are five luxurious treatment rooms where an extensive range of spa treatments can be enjoyed. The 9 hole golf course is both picturesque and challenging and includes a PGA Pro shop and ten bay driving range.

Headlam Hall
Headlam Hall
Headlam Hall
  • 39 Bedrooms
  • Tennis
  • Fishing
  • Health Spa
  • Indoor Pool
  • Four Poster Bed
  • Children Welcome
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Satellite TV in Rooms
  • Internet Connection in Rooms
  • Dogs by Prior Arrangement

Home truths

  • The weekends are very popular at this fine hotel. For best availability and offers book midweek if possible.
  • If staying at weekends and intending to use the spa, the pre-booking of treatments prior to arrival is recommended.

Good to know

  • Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM

Parking Facilities

Ample free parking on site

Disabled Access

The hotel has a lift in the Spa building, not in the main Hotel.

The Mews rooms are on ground floor 

One Mews room is disabled adapted, with wet room, grab rails and on ground floor

Child Policy

Children welcome. Extra child (under 16) in family room add £30 per night on a bed and breakfast basis. Children under 4 no charge.

No children under 5 in restaurant after 7pm unless a private dining room has been booked.

Children under 16 are welcome to use the pool in the spa between 8am-9am & 4pm-5.30pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10am & 4pm-5.30pm Sat & Sun.

Dogs Policy

Well behaved dogs welcome to stay in Mews Bedrooms but not permitted in public rooms except the Brasserie (open 9-5).

There is no charge for dogs to stay.

The Rooms at Headlam Hall

Main Hall

Spacious and beautifully appointed enjoying views over gardens/countryside. The bathrooms offer attractive up-to-date tiling and fittings with either power showers or electric showers over baths. Some rooms have four-poster beds and all have either rural or garden views. They all have flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, ironing centres, bath robes, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary mineral water. 

Main Hall room, Headlam Hall

Headlam Hall - Main Hall room

Mews

Ground floor rooms offering more independence and private parking immediately outside the room. Countryside contemporary design and suitable for guests with dogs.

Mews room, Headlam Hall

Headlam Hall - Mews room

The Restaurant

The restaurant at Headlam Hall is set over three rooms, each offering its own style and character. The Panelled room has a warm and intimate ambiance and the Orangery a fresh tranquil atmosphere.

The kitchen team enjoy an excellent reputation for producing tasty dishes reflecting the best of modern British and Continental cuisine with an emphasis on using fresh, high quality locally sourced produce. The extensive wine list offers both quality and value with a combination of classical European and New World wines.

Opening Times
Open daily for lunch from 12pm - 2pm and dinner from 7pm - 9pm.


Opening Times

Breakfast
7am-10am Mon- Fri
8am-10am Sat & Sun
Lunch
12pm-2pm daily
Dinner  
7pm-9pm daily
 
 
Afternoon Tea
3pm – 5pm Mon- Sun


Dress Code

Smart casual


The Restaurant, Headlam Hall

The Restaurant restaurant, Headlam Hall

Headlam Spa

Headlam Spa spa, Headlam Hall

Headlam Hall - Headlam Spa spa

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Designed to the highest standards for its members, hotel residents and day spa guests, Headlam Spa is a place to relax, exercise and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of water in a comfortable and friendly environment that reflects the beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Facilities

Pool
A 14m x 6m deck level swimming pool heated to 27-29 degrees C with side access steps, water jet feature and a constant depth of 1.2m.

Outdoor Hydrotherapy Pool
A mosaic tiled spa pool heated to 37 degrees C with a combination of water and air jets offering relaxing and therapeutic water massage.

Sauna
A 3m x 2m cabin made from Swedish pine with temperatures between 80-90 degrees C giving a hot, dry environment with low humidity. An excellent means of eliminating toxins from the body through perspiration leaving muscles and skin feeling relaxed and cleansed.

Steam Room
A stunning 3m x 2m cabin with beautiful dark blue mosaic tiles and fibre optic lighting to give a highly atmospheric feel. Heated between 43-46 degrees C with 100% humidity, the steam room aides circulation and relaxation of tense muscles. The steam is also infused with herb extracts to give a pleasant and cleansing aroma.

Spa Lounge
A relaxing area with a feature stone fireplace, luxurious and comfortable furnishings including sofas and easy chairs and a juice bar serving fresh fruit juice, coffee, teas and snacks.

Gym
A superb 70 square metre air-conditioned room with the latest equipment from Technogym. There are 7 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, all with personal TVs and 8 pieces of strength equipment. There is also a studio with sprung beech floor for fitness classes.

Brasserie
A stylish bar area serving informal food and drinks with fantastic views over the golf course and countryside.

Spa Therapies
There are 5 beautifully appointed treatment rooms at Headlam Spa including a double room so you can enjoy a treatment with your partner or a friend.


Headlam Hall Location

Map & Directions

Address

Headlam
Near Darlington
DL2 3HA

Ample free parking on site


How to get here

2 miles north of Gainford, midway between Barnard Castle and Darlington. Travelling from the north leave the A1M at junction 58. Travelling from the south leave the A1 one mile north of Scotch Corner.

Please note: Most Sat Navs direct traffic into Headlam via the back lane to the north, even if you are travelling from the south. This lane is short but very narrow with limited passing places. The access roads to Headlam from the south are better roads (and a more scenic approach).

Also, the postcode for Headlam of DL2 3HA is for the whole village. If you follow you Sat Nav to termination you will arrive at the post box on the dead-end road of the village green! Once in the village it is best to discard the Sat Nav instructions and Headlam Hall can be clearly seen from the road that runs through the village.


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Location & Local Attractions

Headlam is located in rural lower Teesdale and is just 5 miles from Raby Castle (Staindrop) and 9 miles from Bowes Museum (Barnard Castle).

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Pleasant stay

Brian, Hertfordshire, stayed: September 2019

Very helpful friendly staff. We were upgraded to a suite which enabled us to relax better after a tiring but pleasant day touring around. Plenty of information and advice on what to do in the location. Not enough time to try thr spa but it looked great.

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What a lucky find

Langy, stayed: July 2019

A delightful surprise, very posh

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Quick night away

DM, Nottinghamshire, stayed: July 2019

Lovely setting, grounds and building. Had room in main building which was comfortable and well appointed with view over gardens. Afternoon tea and dinner were both very good and excellent service. Breakfast was equally good but a little less well organised. Would still return for the peaceful atmosphere and the food.

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Springtime treat

BJ, North Yorkshire, stayed: April 2019

From the moment we arrived we felt we were on holiday. The hotel is in a wonderful setting with beautiful gardens, golf course and pretty countryside. Food is excellent and the staff very welcoming and helpful.

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60th birthday treat

Anon, stayed: February 2019

We enjoyed our stay but was disappointed with food and beverage department.

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Just perfect

Phillip W, North Yorkshire, stayed: January 2019

First stay and we will be back. Lovely restaurant with excellent food and good choice . Room was very nice and cosy.
My wife used the spa for a massage and was very impressed.
The surrounding area is superb for walking and cycling , lots of places to visit.

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Relaxing break

Debbie, North Yorkshire, stayed: December 2018

Another lovely stay in this quality hotel. An excellent offer through Off Peak Luxury - good value including free afternoon tea ! Thank you to Spa staff who allowed us use spa for extra time as they were quiet. Very good evening meal. Only downfall breakfast - this needs more imagination, variation and quality - suggest a visit to competitors !!
many thanks for our relaxing break

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Most Excellent

Chris, West Yorkshire, stayed: October 2018

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