Set in 1,000 acres of rambling Northumbrian countryside sits the majestic Edwardian that is…majestic Slaley Hall. This four-star hotel has a world of experience activities including off-road biking and Clay pigeon shooting, and of course, there is golf. Slaley Hall has two championship golf courses in The Hunting and The Priestman. Slaley Hall has three restaurants of choice in Mr. Kennedy’s Brasserie, a relaxed dining opening for breakfast and dinner specializing in local and national dishes. The Claret Jug is open throughout the day with impressive views of the golf courses serving light bites, tea coffee, wines, and beers at your leisure. For those looking for a drink either Pro or Post dinner then the buzzy atmosphere in Tommy Craig’s is Just the Ticket. Staying at Slaley Hall guests can enjoy either the large traditional room styling with subtle times rolled in, located in the main mansion house, or modern and contemporary rooms and suites in the New Wing. The Resort has the Health club and spa with two swimming pools, the 20 meters main pool with an added splash pool feature of a splash pool for children, or a quieter smaller pool. There is also a fully equipped gym, sauna, steam room, and several classes available to all. The Spa here features products from Elemis and has a wide range of massages and treatments or even spa day experiences.
Slaley Hall is ideal for that short break golfing getaway.
Slaley Hall Hotel, Slaley, Hexham NE47 0BX
How far is Slayley Hall from Hexham?
Slay Hall is just 8 miles from Hexham.
What is there to do near Slayley Hall?
There is plenty to do Hexham Abbey, Northumberland Sausage Company, Derwent Reservoir, and Corbridge Roman Town.
Who Manages Slaley Hall?
Slaley Hall now falls is now managed by Almarose Hotels and Resorts (Q-Hotels Banner)
Is there a charge for car parking on site?
No, there is no charge to park on-site.