Coordinates: 54°53′46″N 2°00′58″W / 54.896°N 2.016°W / 54.896; -2.016
Slaley Hall is a country house golf resort in Northumberland in North East England, which hosted The Great North Open between 1996 and 2002. It is surrounded by 1000 acres (4 km²) of Northumberland forest and moorland. It also hosts Weddings, Anniversaries, Parties and Business events in the hotel run by the De Vere Group.
It has many facilities including an indoor swimming pool, beauty salon, steam room, sauna, gym, sun beds, jacuzzi, and driving range.
The England National Football team usually stays at Slaley Hall when they are playing in the North East of England.
The hall has been used for concerts by Elton John, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Paul McCartney, Paul Weller and The Cure.
The laid out grounds include an area known as the Japanese Garden which is in fact a now rare example of a rock garden designed and installed pre-1914-1918 Great War by the then world renowned Backhouse Nurseries of Acomb, near York.