Redworth Hall is located in the North-East of England in County Durham. It was built in 1693 by George and Eleanor Crosier. It is situated in 26 acres of its own landscaped grounds surrounded by the North-East countryside. The building was once a residential school for many years before being turned into a 17-bedroom hotel in 1987. In 1989, the property was extended to a 143-bedroom hotel.


The hotel provides the opportunity to relax and has a range of facilities that our delegates can enjoy whilst attending the conference including the indoor pool and spa treatments, gym, and dining in the 1744 Restaurant. The other advantage that holding the conference in the North East of England is that there is an abundance of cultural heritage venues and events right on the doorstep including, Bowes Museum, The Auckland Project, Raby Castle, and the spectacular Kynren.


Special rates have been agreed with the venue and a limited number of rooms have been reserved for the IAASF Conference. These rates can be booked directly with the hotel for £109 for single occupancy, and £119 for twin/double occupancy per room/per night including breakfast and use of hotel facilities. These rates can be booked through the hotel reservations team. See below for their contact details and quote ‘Trident Manor’ for these rates to apply. 

Address: Redworth Hall Hotel, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, DL5 6NL 


Phone: 01388 770600