Doxford Hall is situated in a peaceful setting with formal gardens and pleasant country walks that will take you into history, nature and beyond. We are superbly located near the picturesque coastal villages of Craster, Embleton, Beadnell, Seahouses and Bamburgh and with such easy access to the A1, just two miles away, a stay here at Doxford Hall puts you in the perfect place for exploring this exciting part of Great Britain.
You can choose to stay in our peaceful, Victorian Head Gardeners House or the equally tranquil North Lodge; both situated in the grounds of Doxford Hall and offering outstanding scenery and superb features. Doxford Hall is a Grade II listed Georgian country house with formal gardens, a Millennium Yew Maze (the largest in England) and fortunate enough to be home to the native Red Squirrel. Doxford Hall was built in 1818 and designed by the famous Newcastle architect, John Dobson. Both the Head Gardeners House and North Lodge are also Grade 11 listed and have been completely refurbished to provide a standard of comfort more often associated with a high quality hotel.
Here at Doxford Hall, we believe in welcoming you warmly and giving you the space to design your own holiday; with days filled just the way you like them. We will provide everything you need for comfort and help you plan your stay if you like. Please feel free to contact us for all the latest information on what to see and do in the area, we will be delighted to help.Short breaks are available off season, please call for details.
Bookings are Saturday to Saturday.