Headlam Hall Hotel
Headlam is a picturesque hamlet in lower Teesdale midway between the towns of Darlington and Barnard Castle in County Durham, North East England. An independent family run hotel, Headlam Hall enjoys an excellent reputation for high standards of accommodation and cuisine, combined with helpful and friendly service.
“One of the top 10 spa hotels in Europe” Tripadvisor
"Family run; local staff at their best" (Fiona Duncan, Sunday Telegraph)
North East England Small Hotel of the Year 2009 - Gold Award Winner
AA 4 star with rosette award for cuisine.
North East England Small Hotel of the Year 2007 - Silver award winner.
North East England Business Tourism 2008 - Silver award winner.
Taste Durham Highest Quality Assured
Taste Durham Local Champion Award
Thalgo Excellence Awards UK Spa of the Year 2012
We also feature in the Good Hotel Guide
'One of the 100 finest places to stay in England' (Sunday Times)
Four acres of beautiful walled gardens, with extensive lawns, colourful herbaceous borders and flowing waters.
Take a tour of Headlam Hall in our photo gallery.
Built in the mid seventeenth century, Headlam Hall has a rich history of ownership.