A breif history of Seaton Hall

Seaton Hall Residential Home can look back on many years of care. Here are the key developments over the last 200 years.

 

Seaton Carew a watering place of high estimation, situated 3 miles south of Hartlepool and 2 miles north of the Tees mouth.

 

Seaton Hall is set back on a square green enclosed on 3 sides with cottages and several good looking houses. Seaton Hall was known by the name of the King's Head an Inn built in 1803 by Robert McDonald, of Durham Esq.

 

In 1827, the Kings Head was converted into a substantial gentleman's residence for J W Richardson, complete with vineries, croquet ground and summer houses. It has the advantage of picturesque views of the north sea and beach.

Seaton Hall as seen from the sea

In 1988 the listed building known as the Seaton Hall Hotel, was converted by the previous owners for use as a Residential Home. Many of its original characteristics were retained giving the home the character and atmosphere which remains today

 

In 1992 a purpose built extension was added to the side and rear, increasing the homes capacity and its ability to cater for all aspects of care of the elderly, the home's philosophy encompasses first class standards of care in a homely environment

Address

Seaton Hall Residential Home
10 The Green

Seaton Carew

Hartlepool

TS25 1AS

 

Any questions?

Please call our Manager for further information about our care options:

 

Mr Neil Hardy

Tel:  01429 263318

Fax: 01429 263318

E-Mail: seatonhall@yahoo.co.uk

 

Alternatively, you can use our contact form.

 

Coastal Location

Being on the Sea Front, we are able to enjoy the calming influence of the North Sea, completely unobstructed from within our Lounge area.

Indeed, we also have rooms available that provide miles of North Sea View.

 

General Information

In addition to the long established, high quality Residential Care currently available, we also provide care and accomodation for the Elderly Mentally Infirmed (EMI) in particular, for anyone living with dementia.

 

 

Music Evenings

We often invite entertainers and musicians to our home, details can be found in our News section.

 

Friends and family are very welcome to all of our events.