• Halnaby Hall Stables front

    Halnaby Hall Stables front entrance

  • Halnaby Hall Stables courtyard

    The Stables entrance and courtyard

  • Halnaby Hall Stables rear and conservatory

    The Stables rear and conservatory

  • Halnaby Hall Stables lounge

    The guests' lounge

  • Halnaby Hall Stables dining room

    The guests' dining room

  • One of the double rooms

    One of the double rooms

  • The second double room

    The second double room

  • The twin room

    The twin room

  • View from the terrace

    View from the terrace

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Two doubles, one twin, all en-suite with television
Guests' lounge with open fire
Dining room
Grounds open to guests
Private parking

Mrs R. Lister,
Halnaby Hall Stables,
Croft-On-Tees, Darlington,
County Durham, DL2 2TJ

01325 377387
Mobile: 07712 325451

ETB Guest Accommodation 4 star ETB Gold Award ETB Breakfast Award
Title: Welcome to Halnaby Hall Stables

Here at Halnaby Hall Stables Bed & Breakfast, a warm welcome awaits all of our guests. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished and well-equipped, en-suite, and with many little extras to make your stay a memorable one. A full Yorkshire Breakfast is included.

On the border of County Durham and North Yorkshire and conveniently situated for Richmond, Scotch Corner and Darlington, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, The Stables were built in 1911 and formed part of the Milbanke family’s Halnaby Hall Estate. The Hall was where Lord Byron spent his honeymoon following his marriage to Lady Annabella Milbanke in 1815.

While the Hall was sadly demolished in 1953, 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 gatehouses (which you pass through as you enter the estate).

The Stables were sympathetically renovated to a very high standard in 2002.

Halnaby Hall
Halnaby Hall
Lady Annabella Milbanke
Annabella Milbanke
Lord Byron
Lord Byron
Halnaby Hall
Hall east front