Client

Tom Maxfield’s Companies

Sector

Service

Overview

Nestled in 37 acres of sublime landscaped gardens on its breathtaking cliff top venue, Seaham Hall Hotel is a fusion of ingenious contemporary luxury and classical design. The hall is a Grade II Listed building encompassing 17 hotel suites, restaurants, spa treatment rooms, serenity spa and conference centres.

This project required the refurbishment, restoration and extension of the hall; transforming the derelict structure into a luxurious five-star hotel. The original design and structure were retained and refurbished wherever possible, creating individual suites of unique shapes and sizes.

The extension of the hall created 6 new modern suites which inaugurated a welcome contrast to the original hall.

The restaurants and function rooms were refurbished to an exceptionally high standard, retaining the period home’s original single glazed sliding sash windows This was the desired outcome, rather than replacing the windows, and is testament to our award-winning performance and excellence in the hotel sector.

The client aimed to make Seaham Hall accessible and affordable to a wider range of clientele. An obstacle for Seaham Hall achieving this was its constrained availability, which led to the hotel being unable to accommodate significant events and functions.

The proposed extension ameliorated the predicament, securing new business and improving the appeal of the venue to large corporate functions. Seaham Hall Hotel has undergone a stunning revision from a building that had been derelict for several years into one of the North East’s most prominent hotels and venues.

This project required the refurbishment, restoration and extension of a Grade II Listed hall; transforming the derelict structure into a luxurious five-star hotel.

 

The original design and structure were retained and refurbished wherever possible, creating individual suites of unique shapes and sizes.

Location

Seaham

Value

£16.1m

Completion

2001

Size

17 suites

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