What is Headlam Hall?
Headlam hall is a hotel, spa and golf course. Headlam is a small village in lower Teasdale.
History of the Hall
In 1606 Headlam hall was built. About 1804 to 1831 it became a boys school called Chapmans Academy. It was purchased by John and Ann Robinson in 1977. At the time of purchase it was in a disarray and had leaking roof and a overgrown garden. As the garden was so overgrown that it gave 57 bales of hay on its first cut.
What are there to do?
There are many different things to do from a relaxing day at the spa to having a workout. You also can choose from 9 types of rooms, if you’d like to make a booking. The rooms are as followed: The Hideaway, Coach House Room, Mews Room, Spa Rooms, Spa Balcony Rooms, Main Hall Rooms, Main Hall Deluxe, Junior Suites and the Premier Suites.
The gardens are set over four acres of land, these gardens are not just for enjoyment part of the hardens produce herbs, fruit and vegetables that are used in the hotels kitchens. The garden also include activities such as a hard tennis court and summer croquet lawn. There is also a lot of peaceful open area where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll.
They also offer packages that are in different sections such as experiences & activity packages. For example options in experiences & activity’s have E bike hire, Classic and sports Car Hire, The Golfers break and guided fly fishing. for more information on packages you can see [link]
What Food do they offer?
They have four different menus lunch menu, Sunday lunch menu, Children’s tea menu and dinner menu. For the menus you can use [link]. There are also private dining are available to book for lunch or dinner party. The rums for private dining are the olive room, the panelled room, the drawing room and the stable lounge. For more information on private dining you can use [link]
Monday to Saturday they also offer a afternoon tea from 2pm to 4pm. The afternoon tea has small sandwiches, pastries and tea. It must be booked in advanced as they cant accommodate walk-ins on the day. Most important the tea is located in the Main Hall Lounge, Library Bar or Stable Lounge. For more information on afternoon tea you can use [link]
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