Discover the unique experience of a stay at Slaley Hall, a magnificent hotel set in 1,000 acres of gorgeous Northumberland countryside. This four-star haven offers a complete escape from the everyday, where every moment is all about having fun, your way.
What makes a stay at Slaley Hall unique?
Slaley Hall has everything you need. With an 18-hole Championship courses offering equally challenging, yet totally distinct rounds. A Spa for quiet relaxation and a large heated pool for a splash around with the whole family. Adrenalin-packed adventures. Off road driving. Clay pigeon shooting. Or simply enjoy the unhurried pace of a long walk or stroll to share stories and reconnect.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Slaley Hall?
Choose from a delightful bedroom in the contemporary New Hall wing all the way up to a breathtaking Suite located in the atmospheric Edwardian mansion. All bedrooms are elegant with contemporary decor and many enjoy spectacular views over the glorious green of the golf courses and surrounding countryside. Family rooms and dog-friendly rooms are also available.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hexham area?
Slaley Hall is ideally located at the edge of beautiful Northumberland county and National Park. Home to incredible landscapes, a spectacular coastline and countless historical sites, the only problem you’ll have is finding enough time to fit everything in. Explore the great outdoors and visit Hadrian's Wall, Kielder Water & Forest Park, St. Mary's Lighthouse and the Northbumberland Coast.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Eating and drinking at Slaley Hall is all about trying new dishes, discovering different flavours and tasting exquisite wines from around the world. Head to Mr Kennedy's Brasserie for stunning views and a flavourful menu to match. Enjoy an indulgent Afternoon Tea and Northumberland inspired dining in the historic and atmospheric Dukes or a light bite with golf course views at The Claret Jug. When the day is done, retire in the evening to the Whisky Snug or the Tommy Craig's for a tipple or two and late night conversation when the world is put to rights.