A place of Great Beauty and History.
With Hadrian's Wall, Lindisfarne and its own national park, Northumberland is a please of great beauty and history.
What makes a stay at Doxford Hall unique?
England's northernmost county boasts many fascinating landmarks, including the stately Doxford Hall. A grand, 200-year-old country mansion resplendent in ten acres of private estate, as the only hotel in the county to be awarded the AA's coveted four red star rating, it's outstanding for all the right reasons: sumptuous interiors, elegant gardens and superb service.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Doxford Hall?
Doxford Hall has 35 handsomely appointed bedrooms, elegant lounges and a fabulous spa, swimming pool and gym, making Doxford the ideal place to unwind after exploring the delights of Northumbria. Add to this the award-winning dining in the George Runciman restaurant, the yew maze and acres of landscaped gardens to explore and everything's in place for a relaxing and memorable stay.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Chathill area?
A place to explore the great outdoors, to embrace a wonderful walking country. A place blessed with fine beaches, rugged wilderness and jolly seaside towns. A sanctuary for seabirds and seals. A place to bring history to life and to view the stars under England's finest dark skies. Grab a map from reception and explore the beautiful gardens or lose yourself in the award-winning yew maze. While away a few hours in the spa or gym.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The George Runciman Restaurant is 2 AA rosette awarded for the highest standards in cuisine and service, more than just another hotel restaurant. It's a venue to savour dishes that are highly imaginative, beautifully presented and crafted using only the best seasonal produce from the local area. Mouth-watering menus matched in quality by an eclectic wine list for an experience that is more than just a meal.
Tuck into a range of family favourites in the bright sunshine of the Morning Room, in front of the fire in the Georgian Room, in quiet of the Library or amidst the twinkling lights of the Bar.