Situated on the outskirts of Durham in the Tees Valley, the four-star Wynyard Hall provides an exceptional experience – where exquisite charm meets contemporary comfort.

Surrounded by 150 acres of historical landscape, you’ll find it hard to escape the sense of tranquillity that encompasses Wynyard Hall. Its proximity to some of the north’s most popular attractions – such as Durham Cathedral – makes Wynyard Hall the ideal base from which to explore the region, or to simply retreat from the demands of everyday life.

With spectacular function rooms that can seat up to 240 guests, it can cater for special occasions of all sizes. For exclusive accommodation, the hall’s grounds include five elegant cottages alongside 19 bedrooms and suites; each one complete with a bespoke design, perfect for unwinding in magical surroundings after the excitement of your day.

The Grand Marquee in particular, is one of the North East’s premier event spaces. A blank canvas, with panoramic views of the hall and parkland, the structure can accommodate up to 650 guests for a dinner dance, or 1,000 for a conference and exhibition. With free parking for 400-plus cars and an entrance through the exquisite Walled Rose Garden, there is no better way to impress guests.

From its renowned two AA rosette restaurant, The Wellington, offering an ever changing menu of modern British dishes created with only the finest local ingredients, to the lakeside Spa, where you can indulge in a variety of beauty and body treatments, it is easy to see why Wynyard Hall is a most loved North East destination.

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Fancy scooping an overnight stay for two in a classic double room, as well as sampling a sumptuous five-course tasting menu with wine pairings in the evening? Simply answer the following question…

What is the name of Wynyard Hall’s event marquee?

Enter online using the form below or by post to JLife Ltd, Unit 7, Gemini Business Park, Sheepscar Way, Leeds, LS7 3JB. Please ensure your entry includes your name, address, daytime telephone number and email address. The winner will be the first randomly selected on the closing date: 24th January 2020.

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