We stayed one night BB&ED. The old building is really lovely, the decor and furnishings are top class. Unfortuntately we were given Room 107 which was tiny and in fairness is a single room with a double bed. The ensuite was very nice. We advised Reception that we are Best Western members but that didn`t work. During the night we did feel uncomfortably hemmed in. However all of the staff were extremely attentive and friendly. The micro brewery tour was interesting and informative. Dinner in the external Stables bar/restaurant was fine but noisy as a large group of ten drinkers were right beside us. It is more pub fare than 4 star dining. Breakfast in the eden Room was excellent. This room is in the older part of the Hall and is beautiful. Its a pity dinner isn`t served there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 17th-century listed hall is set in 24 acres of parkland, just 5 miles from the A1(M)Junction 63. Beamish Hall is situated halfway between the City of Durham (8 miles) and the City of Newcastle upon Tyne (8 miles). Beamish Hall is next door to Beamish Museum - The North of England's Open Air Museum. Close to the Gateshead Metro Centre Shopping Centre and many more alternative attractions for you to visit. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Beamish Hall Country Hotel
- Beamish Hall Country Stanley
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