Durham Tourist Attraction to Grow Visitors.


Crook Hall and Gardens Unveils the Group Exclusive.


One of the region’s most loved tourist attractions will next week try to cultivate new generations of visitors for the North East of England.


Crook Hall and Gardens situated in the heart of the ancient City of Durham is to unveil its Group Exclusive offering to coach and tour operators from around the UK.


The tour planners will meet at Crook Hall at 10.30 am on Monday 16th
April where they will see for themselves how good the award winning house and gardens are at attracting the spending power of coach parties.


Some of the operators are being hosted by Wynyard Hall near Stockton-On-Tees and they will arrive in a coach provided by well-known Coatham Coaches from Saltburn on Sea.


Members of the Confederation of Passenger Transport [CPT] will also be in attendance including Durham City Coaches and Stanley Travel.   


The 13th century Grade 1 listed and rare medieval hall provides what is a spectacular backdrop to the stunning gardens there. Since 1995 Maggie and Keith Bell have been the proud owners of Crook Hall and Gardens:


‘We’re glad to be working with Steve Reed Tourism to help introduce our very special home to new generations of groups and coach parties,’ says Keith.


‘We’ve improved what we offer to groups over recent years – for example we now have the superb Garden Gate Café to help provide an extra service to our visitors.’

Reporters and photographers are invited to the unveiling of the Crook Hall Group Exclusive on Monday 16th April between 10.30 – 11.00.


For further information about Crook Hall and Gardens or to book a group visit should ring Keith or Maggie Bell on [0191] 3848028. Email info@crookhallgardens.co.uk