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Headlam Hall Hotel
Darlington
County Durham

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A secluded rural retreat, this Jacobean country house hotel with luxury spa and golf course is situated 10 minutes' drive from the A1. The hotel is located in 4 acres of beautiful walled gardens in its own rolling estate in the Teesdale countryside, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland. A haven of peace and tranquillity, Headlam Hall Hotel is perfect for work, rest or play.

Superb, friendly staff are on hand to help out in any way they can, ensuring you have a peaceful break from everyday life. Whether planning a relaxing day being pampered in the spa, taking in a round of golf or just strolling through the immaculate gardens, Headlam Hall has everything you will need to make your stay a pleasurable experience to look back on with fond memories.

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