Set west of Newcastle in 1000 stunning acres of Northumberland forest and moorland is Slaley Hall. The hotel owes its existence to Charles Samuel Hunting, who first purchased the estate in the late 1800's. Today it remains a symbol of Edwardian elegance and a grand retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Guests have a choice of 141 individually designed rooms, including suites in the Old or New Hall with spa baths, separate lounges and bedrooms, and a pick of different eating venues - Hadrian's Brasserie, The Claret Jug and a range of private dining rooms.
Slaley Hall is the only hotel in Northumbria to have two championship golf courses. Both courses are 72 par, and cater for anything from local community and corporate events through to major national and international tournaments, at the same time maintaining the standards of service and course access demanded by regular club members.
Slaley Hall has hosted the England football team - who took advantage of the hotel's football pitch during their stay. As an alternative to golf, guests can relax by taking a swim in the leisure club's 20m pool, enjoying a treatment in the health and beauty spa or sampling the estate's numerous outdoor activities. These include clay pigeon shooting, archery, quad biking, mountain biking and off road driving. There are also options of short or long walks around the hotel's extensive gardens, which enable guests to enjoy the Northumberland scenery, as well as the estate's Japanese garden's and resident red squirrels