Stunning 4* luxury country house hotel situated just 15 minutes from Newcastle. 300 acres of spectacular parkland, boasting Championship golf, an award winning spa, fine dining, and 53 Sumptuous bedrooms.
- 4* Luxury hotel nr Newcastle
- Championship Golf
- Luxury Spa facilities including indoor pool
- Stylish elegant bedrooms
- Excellent fine dining restaurant plus more informal conservatory Bistro
- Stunning grounds
- Superbly located for visiting the surrounding area
- Although all the bedrooms are of a quality 4 star standard, we feel that for a true experience of a property of this nature Premier bedrooms are best for our customers.
- The hotel is set in its own estate and we fully recommend the use of a car if you plan to venture out.
- Only some rooms are accessible by lift so please do let us know if this is required.
Golf Course Nearby
Satellite TV in Rooms
Dogs May Be Accepted by Prior Arrangement
1 AA Rosette Dining
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
7am-10am Mon- Fri
7.30am-10am Sat & Sun
12pm-9.45pm daily (Conservatory Restaurant)
12pm - 4pm Mon- Sat
3pm - 4pm Sundays
Our restaurant dress code is "elegantly smart", we do not require gentlemen to wear a jacket and tie but we do not permit jeans or sports wear.
Free parking available on site, reservation not needed.
There are 3 first floor accessible bedrooms They can be reached via lift access from the main entrance and reception. The width of the lift door is 800mm. the lift is 1400mm deep x 1100mm wide These rooms provide specific facilities for guests with disabilities. Please contact us for details.
Please note that all Premier and Principal rooms are located in the East Wing of the hotel and are accessible by stairs only.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge on a bed and breakfast basis using children's cots/cribs.
Children between 5 and 15 years are charged £20 per person per night when using existing beds, to include breakfast.
Some Premier rooms can take 1 children's cot/crib.
Some Principal rooms have a double sofabed suitable for 2 children.
Children are welcome to use the pool between 10.00am-12.00pm and 4.00pm-7.00pm each day.
The Library restaurant welcomes children between 6:30 and 7.00pm and serves a 'Young Diners' menu during these times.
History of the hotel
Matfen Hall was completely rebuilt in 1832-6 on the site of an earlier Jacobean house by Sir Edward Blackett, the 6th baronet. Parts of the Jacobean house, dating from 1690, still survive as does the original lintel stone with the family motto of the Douglas family who built the earlier house. The last family member to live in Matfen Hall was Sir Hugh Blackett, 8th baronet, who died in 1961. Following his death and the sale of much of the contents to pay death duties, the Hall was leased to the Leonard Cheshire Foundation. For the next 30 years the Hall cared for some 30 severely disabled residents.
Dogs are welcome in some rooms and are charged at £20 per dog per night. They are not allowed in food service areas.
Please call in advance to check availability
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