Welcome to Halnaby Hall Stables
Here at Halnaby Hall Stables Bed and Breakfast, a warm welcome awaits all of our guests. The bedrooms are all en-suite, comfortably furnished, well equipped and have many little extras to make your stay a memorable one. A full Yorkshire Breakfast is included.
In addition to our two double rooms and a twin room, guests can enjoy use of the guests’ lounge, with an open fire in winter, the dining room, the extensive grounds and ample private parking.
Halnaby Hall Stables Bed and Breakfast is on the border of County Durham and North Yorkshire close to Darlington. It is conveniently situated for Richmond, Scotch Corner, the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors and easily accessed from the A1 and A19.
Halnaby Hall was sadly demolished in 1953, but the other buildings that made up the estate remain, such as The Stables, the Victorian walled gardens, the old servants’ quarters, the gamekeeper’s cottage, various farmsteads and the lodge gatehouse (which you pass through as you enter the estate).
The Estate has literary links. The Stables were built in 1911 and formed part of the Milbanke family’s Halnaby Hall Estate. Lord Byron married Lady Anabelle Milbanke in 1815 and they spent their honeymoon at the Hall. In a further literary link, the rectory in the nearby village of Croft on Tees was the childhood home of Lewis Carroll and a church gargoyle may be the inspiration behind the Cheshire Cat.
The Stables were sympathetically renovated to a very high standard in 2002 and we are now delighted to welcome guests to enjoy this delightful accommodation.
Bed and Breakfast per person:
£40 – £50 per person per night. £50 – £60 for single occupancy.
Special weekly rates available.
For bookings within the next seven days please phone us directly on: 01325 377387 or 07712 325451.
Otherwise please use our booking form