5 bubble lux 2016
Five bubble luxury spas are seriously special. Expect spectacular facilities, soothing and enriching treatments, award-winning cuisine and flawless customer service. 30,000 bottle wine cellar? You bet. Diamond facials? Of course! Michelin stars? Absolutely. Be prepared to be impressed

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The hotel has the option of a family room with children's beds at an extra cost.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Perched on a cliff top the hotel and its grounds bear reference to the Romantic Movement, and are inspired by Lord Byron himself

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Newcastle is nearby with its thriving nightlife, as is the picturesque Durham city centre.

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    A five star destination with an idyllic spa experience and location make this ideal for a romantic break!

  • Restaurant


    The hotel has two restaurants which come highly recommended.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The hotel offers an extensive range of spa facilities and treatments in a beautiful location.


Seaham Hall

Seaham Hall Hotel Lord Byron’s Walk Seaham County Durham SR7 7AG

Seaham, County Durham, 15 miles SE of Newcastle and 11miles NE of Durham.

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, sanarium with crystal light therapy, sauna, snail showers, hydrotherapy pool, ice fountain, plunge pools, hammam, steam room, 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 Elemis 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