Frequently Asked Questions About Seaton Hall


Q. Are dogs allowed in the Hall?

A. Yes, house trained dogs are welcome in part of the main hall from a selection of rooms. 


Q. Can we cater in the Hall?

A. Yes catering is available for numbers upon request.


Q. Would you recommend a taxi company at the hall?

A. Yes we work closely with a reputable taxi company who will look after you. 


Q. Do you have Wifi?

A. Yes it is available throughout the Hall. 


Q. Can I book for my hen party and stag celebration?

A. We welcome all well managed events - our event centre and tea room are available to hire separately to seat up to 60+. Prices upon request.


Q. Is there somewhere safe outdoors for the children to play?

A. There is a large flat lawn outside Seaton Court and Cottage ideal for children foot ball or other games - please remove any markers or items placed on the grass after use to avoid damage to grass cutting machinery.  Water areas - pond and moat - are fenced off. There is no traffic any where near. 


Q.  Can I wander around the grounds? 

A. All grounds are accessible to guests, please remember to close any gates. The owners' Victorian garden to the South of Seaton Hall is accessible by arrangement. There are extensive woodlands and more gardens are being developed. There are around 10 acres of garden and grounds and 30 acres of woodlands and pasture and a further 8 acres are being developed as a pinetum and arboretum separated by a tree avenue. The sculpture sanctuary around the large pond is to be completed and dedicated as a wild area of contemplation inspired by art works as they are acquired. The main sculpture is Equinox by Adrian Kidd.  Art Gates by Adrian Wood.  


Q. Will the tea room and Nostalgia retail mall affect my quiet enjoyment?

A. All aspects of Seaton Hall have been developed to preserve the air of privacy and tranquility for residential guests. No one property overlooks another and the Courtyard Garden separates the public access areas from the private section. There is a new branch drive supported by dedicated parking for each part.