Afternoon Thai Tea Spa
Includes a choice of 1 x 45 minute from: Temple Drift Away Massage or Temple Power Breakfast Facial, Afternoon Thai Tea Spa, robe, towel and slippers provided and use of the facilities between 1pm - 5pm.
150 Minute Treatment Ritual
Includes 150 minute treatment time inclusive of a choice of: ISHGA Sea Salt and Oil Scrub, Ishga Massage and Ishga Facial or Temple Spa I'll Be Back and My Kinda Mood Ritual, 2 course lunch in the Pan-Asian restaurant, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the facilities.
- Swimming Pool
- Hot Tub
- Steam Room
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Relaxation Room
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Experience Showers
- Ice Room / Ice Fountain
- Heated Lounges
At a glance
Hotel Spa Venue
The hotel offers an extensive range of spa facilities and treatments in a beautiful location.
Newcastle is nearby with its thriving nightlife, as is the picturesque Durham city centre.
The hotel has the option of a family room with children's beds at an extra cost.
This spa offers treatments and packages designed for anyone with or recovering from cancer and delivered by specially trained spa therapists.
Spa & Leisure
Offset by the scenic location, the award winning Serenity Spa at Seaham Hall is true to its name, providing a relaxed environment for wellbeing and some well-earned pampering as well. Facilities include a fitness suite, 20-metre pool with massage stations, herbal sanarium with crystal light therapy, a salt sauna, snail showers, hydrotherapy pool, ice fountain, plunge pools, hammam, steam room, Indian steam chamber, outdoor hot tubs and a roof garden.
Adhering to the venue’s inspiration, Lord Byron, and his belief that “the great art of life is sensation”, the spa also offers a collection of treatments and therapies for face and body using the Temple Spa product line.
Hotel & Accommodation
Half an hour from Durham city centre, Seaham Hall is an iconic building in the style of a Georgian country house, dating back to 1791. Today it is a five star hotel with 22 suites that treasures its rich history and retains its eccentric character alongside contemporary interiors, all the while set against a backdrop of 37 acres of grounds perched on a cliff top.
There are two restaurants at the hotel that highlight the local and seasonal produce from the surrounding area. Byron’s Restaurant delivers a classical menu in a contemporary environment, while Ozone at Seaham Hall is a spherical outdoor terrace with views of the gardens offering an informal, brasserie-style space, combining Eastern ingredients with European cuisine.