Seaham Hall

Alexander Iles
Seaham Hall
Seaham Hall

Seaham Hall is a hotel like no other. The hall itself is a Georgian Country House with its own rich history, boasting the Pride of Britain Hotel status; a body of fifty outstanding independent hotels nationwide, which are run by the most dedicated teams. These are chosen due to the exceptional experience that they provide to their customers, from the building to the service and the activities offered everything about these hotels is head and shoulders above the rest. . County Durham’s coastline contains areas of outstanding natural beauty that have been transformed from an area of intensive coal mining to sea dunes, meadows of natural flowers and preserved river valleys with their own unique ecosystems. Seaham Hall itself sits on top of a breathtaking clifftop, giving you views of the land and sea all around. To stay in this part of the world is a special treat and Seaham Hall offers the opportunity to do so while offering its own delights.

When you stay at Seaham Hall, it is certain not to be an average experience. Each of the rooms inside the hotel is unique to the other, drawing inspiration from the Georgian roots of the original house and adding to any stay. If that is not enough to draw you in, then the hotel has its own spa. The Serenity Spa aims to calm and provide wholeness to its clients through a combination of treatments that are influenced by healing rites from the far east. Once you have been pampered, then you can choose between not one, but two different restaurants to eat at. The Dining Room takes its inspiration from the North East Coast and countryside with a range of fresh and mouth-watering seafood side-by-side with exquisite takes on British classic dishes. The second option, Ozone, continues the far eastern theme from Serenity and offer Asian dishes that take spices, variety and colour to a whole new level. The best of stays can be expected at Seaham hall.

Lord Byrons Walk, SeahamSunderlandSR7 7AG View map
Telephone: 01915161400 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • MondayOpen 24 hours
  • TuesdayOpen 24 hours
  • WednesdayOpen 24 hours
  • ThursdayOpen 24 hours
  • FridayOpen 24 hours
  • SaturdayOpen 24 hours
  • SundayOpen 24 hours

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

What's on near Seaham Hall

a large mansion house surrounded by three blocks of colour
Until
ExhibitionsLeeds
Colours Uncovered at Harewood House

Explore colour through an amazing range of artefacts at ‘Colours Uncovered’, a new exhibition at Harewood House, from colour theory and pigment to classical painting and contemporary textiles. from £12.00

A still from Now, Voyager featuring Charlotte Vale played by Bette Davis.
CinemaLeeds
Now, Voyager at Cottage Road Cinema

Bette Davis stars as a wealthy young woman who escapes her domineering mother in this classic melodrama selected to show as part of Classics at the Cottage this June.

from £7.00

Where to go near Seaham Hall

Ryhope Engines Museum
Sunderland
Museum
Ryhope Engines Museum

The Ryhope Engines Museum is a volunteer-led museum that preserves the history of the pumping stations that provided Sunderland with fresh water and helped combat disease.

Durham
Beach
Blast Beach

Now known for its wild flowers and cliff-top views, this stretch of the Durham Coast was once home to the biggest coal mine in Europe and used to film Alien 3.

Doxford Park
Sunderland
Park
The Secret Garden – Doxford Park

Doxford Park has a long history with human habitation back to the stone age, though the name of Silkworth comes from a Scandinavian Chief Silki who settled the land and created a community there a ‘worth’.

Barnes Park
Sunderland
Park
Barnes Park

Considered one of the most popular parks in Sunderland and one of the best walks to experience in the city, Barnes Park is just under two miles long providing a lot of space for people to enjoy.

Mowbray Park
Sunderland
Park
Mowbray Park

In the heart of Sunderland is Mowbray Park – one of the oldest parks in the North East of England. This beautiful park is wonderfully Victorian, being carefully designed to allow for a pleasant walk and fresh air in the centre of the city, while showing you plans from across the world.

D'Acqua
Sunderland
Restaurant
D’Acqua

A stone’s throw from Sunderland museum and winter gardens, is D’Acqua – an exceptional eating experience in the heart of the city. In a Grade II listed building that used to house the Sunderland and South Tyneside water board, you will be able to enjoy the ambience that resonates out of these fantastic bricks and mortar – French oak floors and handmade bricks at that.

Reynolds Outdoor Centre
Sunderland
Shop
Reynolds Outdoor Centre

Reynolds Outdoor Centre has provided outdoor wear, military surplus and camping gear since 1860. In the North East of England there is a fantastic array of wilderness to explore, from hills and mountains through to beautiful valleys and seaside walks.

Aphrodite
Sunderland
Shop
Aphrodite

In 1994 Aphrodite was established by two brothers, Andrew and Duncan McKenzie, who had a passion for bringing good menswear to people in their city. Since then, they have been providing designer clothing from a range of high-quality brands that have large scale appeal to those who love fashion such as Stone Island, Canada Goose, DSquared2, Kenzo & Balmain – though that list is not exhaustive as they have clothing from every brand from A-Z.

Port Independent
Sunderland
Shop
Port Independent

Port Independent is an independent clothing retailer selling high-end fashion and quirky, carefully curated pieces.

Angelo's Ristorante
Sunderland
Restaurant
Angelo’s Ristorante

Angelo’s Ristorante is an authentic Italian restaurant in Sunniside, Sunderland. Sitting within in a Grade II listed building, the restaurant enjoys surroundings that have been carefully restored using the original features of the building, including a rare glass staircase from the 19th century.

Culture Guides

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga
Cinema in Manchester and the North

From the latest installment in the Mad Max franchise, to silent movie masterpieces we highlight the best new releases and big screen classics showing near you this month.