Staincliffe Hotel

A Hotel in Hartlepool, County Durham

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Cliff
County Durham
TS25 1AB

Staincliffe Hotel, Hartlepool

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Accommodation Description:

A picturesque pre-Victorian hotel situated on the coast with superb sea views, recently redeveloped to the highest standards. Renowned for warm hospitality, welcoming staff and distinctive rooms.

The Staincliffe Hotel is a picturesque pre-Victorian hotel situated on the coast, with superb views of the sea. Each room has been distinctively designed, from the opulent Japanese Silk Bridal Suite to the restful Gustavian Garden room. All have bespoke toiletries, extravagantly rich bath linen and hand painted decor and accessories.

Renowned for its warm hospitality and welcoming staff, the rooms and themed suites surpass the highest expectations while still remaining affordably priced. Superb cuisine is served daily. A varied a la carte menu blends classical dishes with traditional British cookery, whilst the award winning Ocean Restaurant is a dedicated seafood eating experience.

Guests can also enjoy a drink in the Lounge Bar, surrounded by elegant interiors, with our friendly staff discreetly at your service.

2 star rating

From: £59.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room
Direct dial phone
Colour television

Wedding services
Room service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (high speed) in public areas

On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
Featuring three great restaurants, the Staincliffe Hotel is the place to be if you are looking for a fantastic meal in comfortable, relaxed surroundings. The Darwin Room is home to our fine dining restaurant. If you fancy something more contemporary, try our bistro, SomePlaceElse, which has a style and warmth all of its own. Smart, but never stuffy, fun but never gimmicky, SomePlaceElse is about eating great food in comfortable, stylish surroundings.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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