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Doxford Hall Hotel & Spa boasts unrivalled attention to detail in every area. From the stunning grand staircase, luxuriously furnished bedrooms to the manicured estate and fine dining George Runciman Restaurant, Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa makes an idyllic venue for weddings, leisure breaks and dining in Northumberland.
Set within a manicured private estate, Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa is a exceptional setting for your wedding day. We are licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships and can cater for parties from 10 to 250 guests. Our Wedding Co-ordinators are here to guide you through the arrangements ensuring your special day is an occasion to treasure. Discuss your Civil Ceremony or Partnership with our wedding planners and take the opportunity to view the Hotel and facilities at our Wedding Open Days, available throughout the year. Please visit the Special Events section for more information.
Each of the 31 bedrooms have been named after Northumbrian castles and famous local people and boast the facilities that you would expect from the region's leading luxury venue. When retiring for the evening an indulgent, comfortable bed guarantees to rest and recharge.
Every piece of furniture has been selected to make your visit a true indulgence. The George Runciman restaurant offers residential and day visitors the chance to experience the finest cuisine daily, in addition, Sunday Lunch is not to be missed.
Our spa and leisure club is available for residents with a variety of fitness equipment and a spectacular spa with 5 treatment rooms, swimming pool, spa baths, sauna and steam room.
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£135.00B&B per room per night
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