Ellison Hall

Historic Guest house in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear

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Canning Street
Hebburn
Tyne and Wear
England
NE31 2UP

Ellison Hall, Hebburn

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On the doorstep of everything you need, be it the city, the coast or the countryside; Ellison Hall is the ideal place to stay. Situated within its own grounds and hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city, it's the ideal retreat for the business person or the holiday maker. No minimum stay requirements and affordable prices mean that no one is priced out of staying in this unique stately home.

Welcome to Ellison Hall. Acquired by the Ellison family, merchant adventurers of Newcastle, Ellison Hall (also known as Hebburn Hall) is a 17th-century stately mansion. Robert Ellison, Sheriff and Member of Parliament for Newcastle, and his descendant Henry Ellison added their own personal twists to the manor to make it the grand building that stands today.

With time, the building fell out of use as a residence and has since been used as a church, an infirmary and even a masonic temple. Recently, the building has been roused from its slumber and restored to its former glory; incorporating seven large apartments. Combining a modern style with the buildings Grade II listed features; every spacious apartment is designed and furnished to the highest standards with impeccable taste.

Fully fitted kitchens and large living areas with all mod-cons, including free Wi-Fi internet access, are as standard. Private off-street parking is available at no extra charge. The building also benefits from its own private, communal garden area.

The apartments are all available on a nightly basis, with no minimum stay, making them ideal for both corporate clients and visitors to the region who prefer that little bit more. At Ellison Hall guests benefit from the convenience of a hotel whilst also enjoying the space and freedom of apartment living. If youre looking to show a visiting client that you mean business, this could be the WOW factor you are looking for.

With highly competitive rates and discounts for extended stays, no one is priced out of staying in this beautiful stately home. ***Pets may be welcome with prior arrangement, please contact us directly for more information.***

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Benwell Roman Temple (Hadrian's Wall) - 5.8 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

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