Hardwick Hall Hotel
Hardwick Hall is an award winning hotel steeped in character and surrounded by the picturesque Hardwick County Park. A relaxing stay is guaranteed with boutique rooms, quirky décor and comfortable king size beds.
Two championship standard courses are just 20 minutes up the A1 at the Ramside Hall Golf Club; Prince Bishop Course and the Prince Bishop Cathedral Course. Both layouts will offer a challenge and unique views overlooking the Cathedral and ensure a fantastic setting.
In the 1940s, the building’s main function was a maternity home before it was purchased by the current owners back in 1968. It became a hotel one year later and still holds its long history thanks to the various function rooms within the building which are named after previous owners
With over 50 luxurious rooms, the Hardwick Hall Hotel provides the perfect setting for an incredible break away. With traditional décor that breathes pure character, guests can expect to enjoy large baths, walk in showers, luxury furnishings and huge king size beds. Alongside standard rooms, there are deluxe rooms and premier rooms for those wanting even more comfort.
Restaurant & Bars
The Rib Room Steakhouse offers guests a comprehensive menu featuring classic food with a contemporary edge. Only the finest local produce is used to create seasonal dishes which are cooked simply and priced sensibly. There is also a lounge and bar for those wanting a light snack accompanied by a drink, and for those interested in something more traditional, afternoon tea is served in the Boyne Restaurant overlooking fantastic views of Hardwick Park.
Just 25 minutes South of Durham, the Hardwick Hall Hotel has a stunning countryside location overlooking Serpentine Lake and has access to various small villages and towns nearby.
Located within the stunning County Durham countryside, there’s a fair share of landmarks to go and visit. Durham Town is a great place to start – in amongst the quaint pebble streets lies the spectacular Durham Cathedral. Even more history surrounds the area in the form of castles, and the National Railway Museum. For those looking for entertainment after dark, the town centre is awash with restaurants and bars.
Did You Know
Hardwick Hall is a popular venue for weddings as well as events – including Hardwick Live, the hotel’s annual festival which draws in thousands of music fans and proudly has the title of being the biggest festival in the North East.
With various conference rooms, Hardwick Hall provides a great deal of versatility that suits all guests. Sky TV, WiFi and parking are all included when staying at the hotel.
Book your break at Hardwick Hall Hotel
Thanks to its varied history and contemporary design, Hardwick Hall oozes character. With various courses to play nearby, weekly entertainment onsite, and good access to the local area, it's a great place to stay.