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Welcome to Rockliffe Hall Hotel Golf and Spa

Address: Hurworth-On-Tees, Darlington, DL2 2DU

Hotel Description

Nestled away, yet easily reached, the impressive Rockliffe Hall is a AA 5-stars hotel with a championship golf course, a large spa, gym and elegant rooms. Darlington, the A1(M) and Durham Tees Valley Airport are all within 15 minutes’ drive. Rockcliffe Hall's bedrooms are elegant, spacious and comfortable offering king-size or super king size beds, tile TVs in bathrooms with space to relax in style. Rockcliffe Hall offers three different dining options all providing great cuisine, relaxing surroundings and excellent service. The award-winning spa guarantees the luxury of relaxing whilst indulging in experiences that will re-vitalise and leave you feeling healthier in body and mind. Rockcliffe Hall boasts one of Europe's best golf courses which is available for business events or individual use. Rockliffe is located 20 miles from Durham on the North Yorkshire Border, and is great for walks on the North Yorkshire Moors.

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  • Disabled Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Laundry Service
  • Massage

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Darlington Football Club - Football Club

Darlington Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.01 miles (3.22 km)
Darlington F.C. are an English football team based in the English town of Darlington, currently playing in Football League Two. Their nickname is the Quakers, in reference to the religious movement that had a historic influence on the town. The club plays at The 96.6 TFM Darlington Arena, a 25,000-seat stadium that opened in 2003. The club previously played at Feethams, which is located close to the historic town centre. The new ground is named after a local Radio Station under a sponsorship deal. Originally named the Reynolds Arena, after former chairman George Reynolds, it was renamed the New Stadium in April 2004, subsequently the Williamson Motors Stadium, and received the current name in November 2005.

Darlington Centre - Town Centre

Darlington Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.34 miles (5.35 km)
Whether historical, entertaining or controversial, Darlington town centre has many places to visit and interesting things to see for both residents and visitors to the area. The market place in the centre of Darlington is one of the largest market places in the country and is now largely free from traffic. The popular market is held on Mondays and Saturdays. Following recent resurfacing, the market place is proving to be a popular venue for many special events of interest to both residents and visitors. The streets in the town centre of Darlington range from shiny, modern arcades and broad avenues of larger stores to the spacious market place and the quaint old yards with their higgledy-piggledy rows of interesting, little shops.

Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College - University

Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College - University

Distance 3.34 miles (5.35 km)
Queen Margaret University was founded in 1875 as The Edinburgh School of Cookery and Domestic Economy. This University is located in Musselburg near Edinburgh in Scotland. It operates out of two campuses: the Former Campus and the Musselburgh Campus. The University is divided into four Schools: the School of Business, Enterprise and Management, the School of Drama and Creative Industries, the School of Health Sciences and the School of Social Sciences, Media and Communication.

Durham Tees Valley Airport - Airport

Durham Tees Valley Airport - Airport

Distance 5 miles (7.99 km)
In September 2004 Teesside International Airport ushered in a new era and changed its name to Durham Tees Valley Airport. The new name was part of an ambitious three year, multi-million pound redevelopment plan by the airport and its strategic regional partners to build on past successes and reinforce its position as one of the UK’s fastest-growing regional airports. The airport began its life as Royal Air Force Station, Middleton-St-George in 1941. It was in a Lancaster based here that Flight Officer Andrew Mynarski carried out an act of such heroism that he was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross, the last VC to be awarded to an airman of World War II.