- Very Good
- 64 guest reviews
"There's a word I kept thinking of when I was stopping here, "but". There's a but to every positive and another for every negative which make..."
"This ancient building with its draughty doors and creaking floorboards, gave a warm and homely welcome that extended beyond the comfortable..."
"Would recommend for a short break...."
"If you want a modern clinical hotel this is not for you. However if you really like quaint, historic, higgledy piggledy, friendly hotels the..."
"This is a wonderful old hotel with a wonderful atmosphere, cosy lounges with lovely old fireplaces. I had a magnificent bedroom with a 4 pos..."
About the hotel
The Manor House Hotel, a 35 bedroom AA 3* hotel conveniently located in the charming village of West Auckland, is a historic, family owned hotel offering a friendly welcome, comfortable accommodation and extensive facilities. With 35 well appointed bedrooms, a mix of doubles, twins and spacious Four Poster rooms split between the main building and the courtyard area, The Manor House Hotel is the perfect destination for both business & leisure. Food is served all day in the hotels Juniper Restaurant with a range of quality, affordable dining options.
Relax after a long day with a drink in the lounge or Stables Bar. Make use of the hotels leisure facilities - free for all hotel guests - complete with pool, sauna, steam room and gym. A variety of spa treatments are available on request - pre booking essential. We also have extensive business facilities, with two meeting rooms and free wifi available in the hotels public areas, which include the hotels lounge area. The hotel is ideally located for exploring everything that County Durham has to offer, including the famous Bowes Museum, and is less than half an hours drive from Durham Cathedral & Castle. The hotel is famous for its history - reputed to be King Henry VIIIs hunting lodge, the Manor House Hotel offers character, heritage, and history all rolled in with friendly customer & modern conveniences. Part of the family run STR/Keeping Inn group, who also own the the Honest Lawyer Hotel in Durham, the Centurion Bar in Newcastle Central Station, and the Victoria Hotel in Bamburgh.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Disabled Facilities
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception, Limited Hours Room Service, Limited room service for hot food, Laundry/Valet Service, Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wedding Licence, Ground floor bedrooms
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant, Lounge Menu, Bar
- Gymnasium, Indoor Pool, Aerobics Studio, Fitness Centre, Sauna, Massage, Beauty Salon/Manicure, Solarium, Jacuzzi
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Player, TV, Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Trouser press in each room, Telephone In Each Room
- Disabled Access Bedrooms, Disabled toilets on ground floor, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair Access To Reception, Wheelchair Access To Restaurant, Wheelchair Access To Bar, Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The LateRooms.com rates for Manor House Hotel & Spa in Durham are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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70% would recommend it to a friend
A mixed bag of fruit...
There's a word I kept thinking of when I was stopping here, "but".
There's a but to every positive and another for every negative which makes me believe the proprietors/staff takes steps to improve from feedback, but left me wondering if I'd enjoyed the evening or not.
- There's plenty of parking, but it's a bit of a walk from the front door, but there's a set-down area. - The staff are friendly and helpful (no buts for that one).
- There's free wifi but it's only really accessible from particular areas of the hotel, particularly in or close to the Stable Bar.
- The bar is nicely decorated, warm and has a few choices of beer, but it's not open until 7pm (... but there's a great pub over the road that is).
- The evening menu was varied and the food was nice (chips were great) but I'm not sure if for the price, and I'd failed to notice that I could've eaten in the daytime bar before 6pm (my fault, but might be easily made by others as well). - The building is perhaps the oldest I've stayed in. It's very well decorated and the rooms seem like they've been renovated within the past few years, but the windows (at least in my room) were letting in an awful draft and the radiator, albeit warm, wasn't quite up to the job until I'd shut the curtains and the halogen light had been on for a while.
- The bed is comfy and I slept semi-well, but the floors are creaky (unavoidable in a building this age, I'm aware) and my particular room seemed to be on a busy corridor.
- The breakfast appeared plentiful, but I wasn't impressed with the cooked breakfast, especially since I had to pay extra for it.
(I didn't use the spa)
So I've no major complains and everything here could be improved, but I'm not sure I'd jump at the opportunity to stop here again, at least not in the winter.
Characterful hotel with a warm and welcoming feel.
This ancient building with its draughty doors and creaking floorboards, gave a warm and homely welcome that extended beyond the comfortable sofas and blazing fire in the lounge.
It was a truly relaxing end to a busy day. Breakfast the next morning was excellent.