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Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa
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Originally built in 1818, the Hotel has been lovingly refurbished and great care has been taken to preserve the many wonderful period features including an impressive grand staircase, beautiful woodwork, paintings and roaring log
fires. Standing within its own private 10 acre estate, the delightfully tranquil surroundings provide an idyllic setting for those seeking an
Each of the 31 en-suite guestrooms have their own traditional charm and character yet they all benefit from modern facilities, bespoke furniture and many even have views over the gardens. Designed to provide the highest standards of comfort and convenience all rooms feature an internet connection, flat-screen TV, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer
and 24 hour room service. There are plenty of accommodation options to choose from including Classic Double or Twin rooms, larger Executive rooms and luxurious Superior Rooms with King-Size beds.
For those serious about their food, the AA Rosette awarded George Runciman
Restaurant offers a sublimely authentic fine-dining experience. Open daily,
the contemporary table d’hôte and à la carte menus change with the seasons
assuring a variety of innovative and creative cuisine including their
acclaimed Sunday Lunch. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea in the Georgian
Room overlooking the original estate, or perhaps a few pre-dinner drinks in
the Cocktail Bar.
For those seeking to indulge in a spot of relaxation and wellbeing, the Spa
at Doxford Hall is an ideal venue in which to fully unwind and rejuvenate.
Sooth away the stress and strains of modern living by enjoying a session in
one of their five Tranquillity Suites. There is also a Fitness Suite
complete with a high-tech gymnasium, swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms
With such a peaceful location and elegant surroundings, the Hotel is the
perfect choice for private functions such as weddings, special occasions and
The Hotel is situated less than a 5 minute drive from the A1 and just 15
minutes north of Alnwick, it also has plenty of free on-site parking for all
guests. Newcastle upon Tyne is roughly 45 minutes away and offers excellent
transport links to the rest of the country. There is also a train station at
Alnmouth, just over a 20 minute taxi ride from the Hotel. For those flying
in it’s a 50 minute drive from Newcastle International Airport.
Doxford Hall is perfectly situated for those wishing to explore the stunning
Northumberland countryside and coastline. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne,
Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh, Alnwick Garden, beautiful beaches and the
Northumberland National Park are all just a short drive away. Just a little
further afield is the historic town of Berwick and the rolling hills,
valleys and moorland of the Scottish Borders. For those who crave the
excitement of the city lights, Newcastle upon Tyne offers visitors a vibrant
nightlife, extensive shopping, award-winning theatre and arts as well as a
fascinating architectural heritage.