The five-star Durham boutique Seaham Hall has unveiled a new addition to its spa, which taps into the trend for wellbeing and the peace of Feng Shui.
The luxury 21-bedroom hotel, which has benefited from a £3m refurbishment since its acquisition from Von Essen in 2014, has opened its Zen Garden this month to add to the features of its award-winning spa.
The new space encourages guests to ‘escape the madness of the modern world’ and comprises an infinity hydrotherapy pool with swan neck jets, set in green gardens and surrounded by bespoke beds.
The new addition is situated next to the hotel’s 44,000 sq ft spa, which features a pool, outdoor hot tubs, three new thermal rooms and a Pan-Asian restaurant, The Ozone.
Seaham Hall is home to 21 individually designed suites and a new restaurant The Dining Room, which is headed up by Damian Broom.
The hotel’s extensive heritage began when Lord and Lady Bryon married at the property in 1815. Their daughter, Ada Lovelace was born almost exactly 200 years ago.
The hotel was sold out of administration by Von Essen to an independent hospitality organisation in 2012. It then set up Seaham Hall Management Company Limited, which is headed up by managing director Ross Grieve.