Macdonald Linden Hall
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Macdonald Linden Hall

from £37
per person
8.0 Very Good 151 customer reviews
Safe Hands For Cancer Accredited

On a spa break at Linden Hall’s Vital Health and Wellbeing Club, you can choose everything from a holistic healing therapy to a pampering treat aimed at making you look and feel glowing, such is the range of treatments on offer. Whilst the spa and health club are modern in design, they sit perfectly alongside the 18th century manor where all your creature comforts will be catered for.

Spa and hotel facilities

  • Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relax Room
  • Gym

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This spa has earned Safe Hands for Cancer accreditation for completing adequate training, which has been approved by SATCC.

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Why people visit here

  • Restaurant
    Dobson Restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its fine dining experience.
  • Scenic Location
    Linden Hall is set in 450 acres of Northumberland countryside – providing the view from any given area of the hotel. The 18-hole golf course surrounds the hotel and makes up a considerable proportion of the view.
  • Hen Friendly
    The hotel is particularly suited to groups and hen parties.
  • Leisure Break Venue
    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa.

Macdonald Linden Hall frequently asked questions

Who owns Macdonald Linden Hall?

Originally part of the Macdonald Hotel group, Linden Hall was sold in 2019 along with a number of other Macdonald Hotels.

How do you get to Macdonald Linden Hall?

It's easy to get to Macdonald Linden Hall, whether you're travelling by train or road. They are just one mile from Longhorsley village and 10.7 miles from Morpeth where you will find the nearest train station. For those travelling by air, Newcastle Airport is just over 23 miles away.

What is included in a Macdonald Linden Hall spa day?

What's included in a spa day at Macdonald Linden Hall depends on the experience that you book. It is complete with a range of facilities including a gym, 12-metre pool, sauna, steam room and treatments from Elemis.

What is near Macdonald Linden Hall?

Macdonald Linden Hall is well located for exploring Northumberland with popular attractions close by including Northumberland Country Zoo, Northside Surf School, Eshott Airfield, Brinkburn Priory, Sycamore Gap and Cragside House and Gardens - to name a few.

When was Macdonald Linden Hall built?

A Grade II listed hall, Linden Hall was built around 1806 by Newcastle banker Charles William Bigge, as an estate of almost 3,000 acres. The estate itself had been owned by the family of the Earl of Carlisle since the 12th century. The property was designed by Sir Charles Monck, an amateur architect with a keen interest in the Greek Revival style. It was sold to H M Ames in 1861, and remained home to the Liddell, Ames and Adamson families until 1963. The property was converted into a hotel in 1978.

What amenities does Macdonald Linden Hall have?

Macdonald Linden Hall is a four-star hotel and spa, set in 450 acres of Northumberland countryside. It has its own 18-hole golf course, 50 smart rooms and suites, a restaurant with two AA Rosettes and its own pub. There is an on-site spa at the hotel, complete with a gym, 12-metre pool, sauna, steam room and treatments from Elemis. The hotel also has one fully accessible room with wet room bathroom and wide doors. There are an additional two rooms with walk in showers. All three rooms are accessible via lift.

What are the food and drink options at Macdonald Linden Hall?

There are two dining options at Linden Hall Hotel. The Dobson Restaurant is located in the main manor house and has two AA Rosettes for its stylish menu. For more relaxed meals, the Linden Tree Pub has a proper village feel and convivial vibe. Meanwhile, cocktails are served in the Monck Cocktail Bar, whether you fancy pre-dinner drinks or a relaxing nightcap.

How many treatment rooms are there at Macdonald Linden Hall?

Macdonald Linden Hall has six spa treatment rooms including a dual treatment room, where therapists use the Elemis and Jessica products in a range of face and body treatments.

What time is check in/check out?

Check-in at Macdonald Linden Hall is from 3pm, and check-out time is 11am. Guests staying overnight have access to the spa from 3pm on the day of arrival until 12 midday on the day of departure. If you're a day spa guest, please check the details of your booking or specific spa package before arrival.

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