Darlington, Co. Durham, 30miles south of Newcastle, 58miles NW of York.
Spa & Leisure
Blending spectacular indoor and outdoor environments, the spa at Rockliffe Hall is a really exceptional experience featuring contemporary, flawless design. With floor length windows enjoying views of the surrounding countryside, the opulent 50,000 square foot spa is a cacophony of pampering and leisure facilities with the style to match. There is a hydro-pool as well as the 20-metre leisure pool, sound-wave therapy beds, a thermal bathing suite complete with a tepidarium, caldarium, roman and heat saunas, tropicarium, and an ice fountain.
Outdoors they have two hot pools including an infinity edge experience pool with massage features and a warm Jacuzzi, decking and lounging areas as well as landscaped gardens with views across Rockliffe Hall’s grounds. For those looking to be a little more active, there is also a gym, exercise studios, and Nordic walking in the grounds. Using [comfort zone], NEOM Organics and Caudalie products for their array of face and body treatments, Rockliffe Hall is all about a luxurious experience combining results driven objectives and beautiful, high quality ingredients.
Hotel & Accommodation
Set within 375 acres of beautiful countryside, on the banks of the River Tees, Rockliffe Hall has quite a history, acting as a hospital and the backdrop for parts of Michael Caine’s 1971 film Get Carter. Today it is a five red star hotel with 61 spacious rooms characterised by original features such as stained glass windows, marble pillars, and ornate ceilings alongside contemporary furnishings.
Whilst retaining its Gothic charm, the flagship Orangery restaurants has a walk-in wine cellar that’s home to thousands of bins from around the world. The resort also features The Brasserie, offering brunch, lunch and a relaxed evening à la carte menu; or the informal Clubhouse restaurant offering popular and wholesome British classics whilst boasting stunning views across the world-class golf course.