Rockliffe Hall’s new activity programme designed for thrill seekers launches

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Rockliffe Hall, the five-star boutique hotel in County Durham, has launched a new range of activities for those thrill-seeking guests looking for something extra from their stay.

Alongside the hotel’s spa, golf course and mapped walks around its estate, the hotel has linked up with some top local activity providers to enhance its offering.

During the winter months, Bishop Auckland Astronomical Society will run Stargazing Sessions including a laser tour of the night sky and the use of professional telescopes.

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Children’s picnic rides, ‘Own a Pony’ days and hour-long lessons and hacks will all be part of the Equestrian offering through Brookleigh Riding Centre near Richmond.

Also on offer is the chance to take part in a tandem sky dive at Durham Tees Valley International Airport while shooting and clay pigeon shooting experiences are also available.

Fly fishing, falconry, golf tuition, croquet and nordic walking are all available, with top quality bikes also on offer for guests to utilise.

A specially designed Activities Brochure will be provided in each hotel room outlining what’s available.

Eamonn Elliott, chief executive at Rockliffe Hall, says: “There is already so much to see and do at Rockliffe Hall while you unwind and get away from it all, but for those who want some thrill-seeking or fun with the family, these new activities are perfect. With Britons becoming more fond of ‘staycations’, Rockliffe Hall is an ideal location for families, couples or groups of friends, so we wanted to enhance our activities offering here with something for everyone.”

The five-star resort Rockliffe Hall is home to 61 bedrooms, 3 AA Rosette Orangery restaurant, as well as two other eateries plus a ‘5 bubble’ spa.


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