Manor House Hotel - County Durham ​

Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

At a glance

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    A beautiful venue, the hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments and a dedicated manicure room, but it is not a specialised spa location.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The elegant location and range of facilities make for a sophisticated group weekend away.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Set in West Auckland in the vicinity of Durham, you are well placed for strolls in the Dales, explorations of nearby castles, or a trip to the city itself.

  • Weddings


    The regal interiors of the fourteenth century hotel set alongside landscaped gardens make it picture perfect for weddings and celebrations.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.


Manor House Hotel, The Green, West Auckland, County Durham, UK, DL14 9HW
DL14 9HW

West Auckland, County Durham, 31 miles south of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Spa & Leisure

Taking to its period property surrounds with aplomb, the spa at The Manor House Hotel includes a fitness studio, swimming pool, spa bath, tanning facilities, sauna, steam room and members lounge.

Of course, this is all alongside a host of treatments, which, using naturally derived Kaeso products includes facials, Swedish massage, hot oil wraps, reflexology, manicures, pedicures, waxing, and tanning. A recent addition is a dedicated new manicure room for an extra touch of luxury.

Please note: Between the 19th March 2018 - 30th April 2018 there will be some building work taking place outside of the spa area however disruption will be kept to a minimum

Hotel & Accommodation

A former hunting lodge, The Manor House Hotel is steeped in history, not least of all because it is said to have played host to Henry VIII. Today the picturesque building has kept its legacy intact having preserved its stone fireplaces and wooden floors, embraced a heritage colour palette and incorporated antique furnishings throughout.

The Beehive Lounge – thus named for retaining its original historic fireplace and beehive oven is ideal for an aperitif or after dinner drinks and sits alongside the conservatory based restaurant which offers a European fusion menu. However if you are looking for something a little more casual, the Stables Bar in the courtyard overlooking the gardens offers drinks, al fresco dining and a racing theme whereby jockeys silks and memorabilia adorn the walls.