Lartington lane, Lartington, DL12 9BW, Barnard Castle, County Durham
Up to 220 guests
Info about Lartington Hall
If you're looking for a venue like no other, then look no further. Lartington Hall is special. It's like entering a perfect world which captures the heart. Nestled in 75 acres of romantic rolling parkland, it's an idyllic setting - think the Great Gatsby with Downton Abbey thrown in. One visit and you'll be captivated.
With twelve beautiful ensuite bedrooms, ballroom, grand corridor, chapel and romantic gardens, there's plenty to take your fancy. So, wallow in your free standing bath, take a stroll through the grounds, throw a penny in the fountain, relax in our sumptuous drawing room surrounded by designer silk, play snooker in the 17th century games snug or take dinner cooked by your personal chef. Think of Lartington Hall not as a hotel but as your very own private countryside hideaway.
Lartington Hall is a grade 2* listed country house, which in addition to its beautiful landscape, famous statues and setting, has an important heritage and association with famous architects & historical figures such as Ignatius Bonomi and Joseph Hansom, who invented the Hansom Cab for which he is famous, whilst working at Lartington Hall. That is why our entrance today is still the fabulous Greek Temple Porte Cochère & carriage platforrm.
Lartington Hall is a special place and it is yours, and yours alone, for the duration of your stay. You even get your own butler. Located in rural Teesdale, 2 miles from the vibrant market town of Barnard Castle, Lartington Hall is in the perfect location for a unique country house experience.