Sleepy Sundays near Durham and Darlington

Book a sleepy Sunday in County Durham for just £99, including:

  • Early check-in from 1pm
  • A traditional three course Sunday Lunch (served until 4pm) in our restaurant
  • A bottle of house wine (Red/White/Rose)
  • An overnight stay in a Standard Double or Twin room
  • Full use of the leisure and spa facilities during your stay
  • A full English breakfast the following morning to set you up for the day ahead

Book your Sleepy Sunday online or call 01388 834 834. 

There's plenty to do and see in County Durham, and the Manor House Hotel, a family owned hotel in the charming village of West Auckland, is the perfect base for exploring the local area. Things to do and see nearby include:

  • The Bowes Museum

    The Bowes Museum
    Teesdale in the Durham Dales is home to one of the country's most fascinating museum experiences - The Bowes Museum was created over 100 years ago and contains the greatest collection of European fine and decorative arts in the North.

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  • Beamish Museum

    Beamish Museum
    Beamish, the North of England Open Air museum, vividly recreates life in the North of England in the early 1800s and early 1900s. DISCOUNT: Hotel residents receive 25% discount at Beamish Museum - ask for a voucher at Reception

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  • Barnard Castle

    Barnard Castle
    Barnard Castle in Teesdale is a historic market town which takes its name from the castle around which it grew. A haven for discerning shoppers and treasure seekers, and the restaurants, cafés and pubs serve good quality home-made food with local produce

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  • Hamsterley Forest

    Hamsterley Forest
    Hamsterley Forest is a delightful 2000 hectare oasis, sprawling along the sides of a sheltered valley. Visitors to Hamsterley have no shortage of options when it comes to forest adventure or a tranquil getaway from the hustles of modern living.

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  • High Force Waterfall

    High Force Waterfall
    High Force is the most majestic of the waterfalls on the River Tees. The falls are only a short walk from a bus stop, car park and picnic area.

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