Hedley Hall

Guest House in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear

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Hedley Lane, Near Sunniside
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tyne and Wear
England
NE16 5EH

Hedley Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Standing proud for over one century, this beautiful stone house was once a working farm which was part of the Queen Mother's estate. Enjoy the experience of Hedley Hall.

Standing proud for over a century, Hedley Hall is a beautiful stone house located on a once-working farm that was part of the Queen Mother's estate. Now offering delightful five star rated guest accommodation, Hedley Hall provides a tranquil refuge from the stresses of the outside world. Enjoy the unique experience of Hedley Hall, explore the beautiful counties of Durham and Northumberland and discover the culture of the cities of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Durham.

As well as horse riding on site, there is good fishing available at Beamish Lakes and Angel of the North Fishing Lakes. The historic Causey Arch railway bridge, the first of its kind in the world, and Tanfield Steam Railway are literally on the doorstep and must be visited. Beamish Open Air Museum and the Victorian pleasure grounds of Gibside Chapel are a few minutes drive away.

All of our en-suite rooms are of a high standard and well equipped. Our aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible in our family home and with our wonderful home cooking, using the finest local ingredients. Special care is taken to accommodate all dietary requirements.

The proprietor, Brenda, has won many national awards and is delighted to have been entered for the North East of England Tourist Award of BEST BED & BREAKFAST 2005.

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From: £58.00

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