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Combining its 500 year history with modern touches and interiors, Grade II listed Hallgarth Manor provides the ultimate country house hotel experience. Take a gentle walk around the spectacular gardens, enjoy a casual drink in The Tavern, and relax into the soft sheets of your king-size bed.
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Celebration Special - Deluxe room
From £62.50 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £92.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Deluxe room and receive:
- A complimentary bottle of chilled Prosecco and chocolates in your room on arrival
- Dinner for two in the restaurant on the first evening (£60 allowance per couple towards food only)
- Full English breakfast daily
- Dine on an extra evening and receive a complimentary bottle of house wine with dinner (minimum spend £50 per couple)
- Late check out at noon
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- Recently refurbished
- Beautiful 4 acre estate
- Just 4.5 miles from historic Durham
- Popular local restaurant
- Tavern pub
- Stylish lounge areas to relax and unwind
- 24 modern, stylish bedrooms
Please note that all guest rooms are located on the first and second floors. Due to the Grade II listed status of the hotel, these rooms are not wheelchair accessible.
How to find Hallgarth Manor Hotel
Hallgarth Manor Hotel
The Manor House
Good to know
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The Restaurant & Tavern
Breakfast: 7am - 10am daily
Food served 12 noon until 9.00pm daily
Free onsite parking
Please note that all hotel accommodation can be found on the first and second floors. Due to the Grade II listed status of the hotel, these rooms are not wheelchair accessible.
There is no lift at the hotel.
Additional beds are charged at £35 per night. Maximum number of additional beds in rooms: 1
There are a limited number of rooms that can accommodate extra beds so please contact us before booking.
History of the hotel
Hallgarth Manor was the successor to the Priors Manor house. The estate originally contained about 912 acres, twenty-eight of which were freehold.
The Shipperdson family and Lord Londonderry are two names associated with the hall and estate after the medieval period. When the hall moved from its medieval site to the present location of the Hallgarth Manor Hotel is unclear.
The hotel does not accept pets.
You can book any hotel break through our secure online booking system.
If you have any queries please check our FAQs. We accept the following credit and debit cards: