Seaham Hall provide the ultimate in space and comfort, with 20 individually designed suites with marble bathrooms, walk-in showers, designer toiletries, free Wi-Fi, sitting areas, minibars and flat-screen with satellite channels.
From Junior Suites to the outstanding Penthouse, with its stunning uninterrupted coastal views, each of their suites has its own individual character and style for a completely unforgettable stay.
Seaham Hall is home to two outstanding restaurants both of which have an emphasis and commitment to using only quality ingredients. The two AA Rosette Byron’s Bar & Grill is perfect for a scrumptious dinner for two or more. Ozone is their pan Asian restaurant located within the Serenity Spa offering authentic yet innovative menus in an informal atmosphere where you can enjoy wonderful cocktails, great food and fabulous views from the spherical wrap around outdoor terrace.
Afternoon tea at Seaham Hall is a real treat to be enjoyed either in their lounge area or on the outdoor terraces overlooking the coast and extensive gardens. Is there a better way to while away an afternoon with friends and loved ones?
The award winning Serenity Spa (5 bubbles) at Seaham Hall has been created to provide peace and tranquillity. There are 17 exquisite treatment suites designed using natural elements and soft coloured lighting. Many of their treatment rooms have stunning garden views and together with a 20 metre pool, outdoor balcony hot tubs, manicure and pedicure stations and a spacious relaxation area with an outdoor sun terrace; Serenity Spa will deliver the most perfect spa experience gift you could wish for.
Seaham Hall is located on the beautiful Durham Heritage Coast line with scenic views, a short walk to the beach and the pretty seaside promenade of Seaham. They are also only 20 minutes away from the World Heritage Site of Durham with its medieval cobbled streets, Castle and Cathedral. Other local attractions include Beamish Museum, Bowes Museum, Dalton Park, Auckland Castle, The National Railway Museum, Killhope Mining Museum, Raby Castle, High Force Waterfall, Hamsterley Forest, Hardwick Park, Crook Hall Gardens, Durham University Botanical Gardens, Emirates International Cricket Stadium and Sedgefield Race Course.