Hall Garth Hotel, Golf & Country Club

A Hotel in Darlington, County Durham

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Coatham Mundeville
County Durham

Hall Garth Hotel, Golf & Country Club, Darlington

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Accommodation Description:

Hall Garth Hotel & Country Club in picturesque County Durham is set in a 15th Century manor, originally part of the Bishop of Durhamメs estate. All of the 56 guest rooms and suites range from the luxurious to the truly palatial. Traditional country house elegance combined with 21st century design, views over the beautiful 70-acre estate and all the latest in room facilities will ensure the perfect night away.

Guests may also take advantage of the extensive leisure facilities including a 9 hole, par 72 golf course, which boasts a medieval hunting lodge as a feature! The leisure club offers a beautiful indoor swimming pool together with a steam room, whirlpool, sauna, gymnasium, solarium, beauty salon providing every opportunity to relax and enjoy the tranquil countryside setting. Within each of the restaurants, from the special surroundings of Hugoメs or the relaxed comfort in The Stables you will find a blend of high quality ingredients, friendly service and stimulating environments. All the food is selected from specialist sources.

There is an extensive wine cellar with a large range of international wines. Each of the restaurants has their own bar and outdoor terraces, with unique views, ideal for outdoor entertaining or just to enjoy that drink!

3 star rating

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