Seaham Hall Hotel & Serenity Spa

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Set in 37 acres of rural and charming countryside with views to the wild and beautiful heritage coast, this 5-star boutique hotel has an intriguing past and like numerous Georgian country houses has a rich history and an unconventional character that repudiates its contemporary interior.

What makes a stay at Seaham Hall Hotel & Serenity Spa unique?

As a visitor you are welcome to abound at the quiet Serenity Spa, the ideal condition to unwind and get away. Drawing impact from Far Eastern recuperating and wellbeing ceremonies, the Serenity Spa is a quieting and really moving space which engages the senses and nurtures the mind, body and soul. Fall in love with the extravagant 20-meter pool, steam, sauna and hydrotherapy warm encounters, outside hot tubs, and the all new Zen Garden with relaxation beds and infinity hydrotherapy pool with planes.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Seaham Hall Hotel & Serenity Spa?

Seaham Hall has 21 separately styled suites which each combine wonderful designs with exquisite furnishings to create indulgent, welcoming and genuinely lavish living spaces. From the little notes left on your pillow to acquaint you with your porter, to the freshly picked fruiting waiting for you in your room, you can be guaranteed that your stay will be one to remember.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Seaham area?

Durham was a great medieval city, growing in size and power as wealthy Merchants and Clergy took up residence. The city became the seat of the powerful prince Bishops, who ruled the area for centuries. Explore the spectacular buildings and surrounding country homes that Durham has to offer, including Washington Old Hall, Durham Cathedral and Castle, Prince Bishops River Cruise and Crook Hall Gardens.

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

Whether you're looking to enjoy the very best in British luxury dining or experience Pan-Asian cuisine bursting with flavour, Seaham Hall and its restaurants are amongst the most exclusive places to eat in Durham. The ever-changing menus feature only the freshest, local ingredients, while the fabulous location promises a unique and truly unforgettable dining experience.

Other Information

Seaham Hall have just released their brand new Garden Suite with Hot Tub. The new suite reflects the flamboyant and romantic personality of Lord Byron. It boasts a luxurious lounge area, elevated bedroom and enchanting private terrace, complete with hot tub.


My Mam and I visited the spa at Seaham Hall and were very impressed. The staff were superb, nothing was too much trouble and they were all very friendly and professional. The facilities were brilliant and everywhere was super clean. We could get clean towels whenever we wanted and there was plenty of fresh water available. There was even nuts, seeds and sultanas in one area with small dishes to put them in. The treatment we had was superb, by far the best massage/facial I have ever had. The meal we had as part of the package was amazing. My Mam is gluten intolerant and they had a separate menu for her. We chose a starter and main course and both were delicious. We have found that at other Spas the meal was small and we had still felt hungry after but not the case here. We were given prawn crackers and a sweet chilli dip while we were waiting for our starter. The portion size of the main course was generous and everything was presented nicely. We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our day and would definitely return.


I recently took my mum for Afternoon tea as a belated birthday present. We don't get together very often now but I thought a family holiday in Whitby would be the ideal time to take her up to Seaham to see Tommy and treat her to afternoon tea. Neither Tommy or the restaurant disappointed. Our afternoon tea with champagne (Taitinger) was delightful. The beautiful fresh finger sandwiches melted in the mouth with each flavour complementing one another. The black first cut Darjeeling we picked was divine (I could ((almost)) turn tea total for a taste like that. The 2 scones and cakes were sheer indulgence, beautifully presented and we felt bad being unable to finish them. Service was excellent with very attentive staff from the minute we walked through the door. I hope to return one day soon for a longer stay. Thank you everyone. (The picture is of half of the cakes we couldn't quite finish).


We decided to indulge on a rare child free night out and ate at Seaham Hall, Byron's restaurant and we weren't disappointed. We started our evening with cocktails on the terrace, and it was lovely and peaceful, and the cocktails were fab. We chose the 5 course menu with associated paired wines for each course. The wine waitress paired each wine up perfectly with each course, the food was amazing and nothing was too much trouble. Staff were knowledgeable, polite and friendly and we are already trying to plan our next visit with perhaps an overnight stay as well. Thank you for a lovely evening.


'We have had a really lovely time - the room was very luxurious and we felt very spoilt! The view of the sea was just wonderful. We found the staff very friendly - always available but not intrusive. The food in the Byron restaurant was delicious and we really enjoyed playing pool (badly!) and the table football. Only issue really is we need to stay longer next time so we have time to make the most of all the facilities! Thanks'


Just came back from an overnight stay, it was fantastic! Everything about it was amazing! Staff were so friendly & helpful, we stayed in the room with its own hot tub, it was beautiful & so clean! The spa treatments were lovely & the pool was fantastic to! The surrounding views were beautiful, will definitely be back Stayed August 2016, travelled with family


'We have had a lovely stay. The view from our bed this morning and the ocean breeze coming in was a delight. Delicious food, clean and luxurious room & spa & special anniversary touches. Would love to stay again, thank you'

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Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)


Swimming pool


Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Babysitting, Listening Services, Child Care

Award Winning

Conference & Meetings

Bathroom & Laundry

Civil Licences

Heli-pads, Private Airfields

Whirlpool Spa Baths, Hot Tubs


Steam Rooms

Wedding Receptions, Civil Licenses

Other TV, Audio, Tel, Fax

Room Service & Food/Drink

Air conditioning


Water sports

Extra info

Nearest Airport: Newcastle
Nearest Airport Time: 45 minutes

Nearest Train Station: Durham
Nearest Railway Time: 25 minutes

Vendor Accreditation: AA 5 Stars, AA 2 Rosettes
Number of rooms: 23
Suite room price from: £295.00
Suite room price to: £995.00

Arrival information & directions

Address: Lord Byron´s Walk, Seaham, Durham, SeahamSR7 7AG, United Kingdom

From the A19 northbound, take the exit for the A1018 Sunderland and Ryhope. At the roundabout turn right onto the B1285 to Seaham. At the traffic lights turn left on to Lord Byron´s Walk and follow the road for half a mile and go over a level crossing. Seaham Hall is about a quarter of a mile further along on the right.


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