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Hall Garth Golf & Country Club
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Darlington
County Durham

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Darlington Hotel, Hall Garth is a stunning period property is set within 70 acres of its own parkland, in the attractive market town of Darlington. It has its own 9 hole 72 par golf course, a beautiful indoor swimming pool together with a steam room, Jacuzzi, sauna and gymnasium. Add to this their beauty salon, The Beauty Room, and it is easy to see why the Hall Garth Hotel offers every opportunity to relax and enjoy the tranquil countryside setting.The extensive grounds, welcoming atmosphere and perfect setting, make the Darlington hotel, Hall Garth Hotel a firm favourite for wedding celebrations and is licensed for civil wedding services. It is also the ideal base for business events and in particular, corporate team building events. With many diverse attractions nearby, Hall Garth really offers all the ingredients required for a total escape.

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Nearest Airport: Teeside
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