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Jesmond Dene House Hotel

Newcastle

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40 rooms from $149 per night

“A country-house hotel in a city. A quiet, leafy spot, this historic building is full of intriguing corners, grand original features and luxuriously contemporary rooms. The cooking is smart, the atmosphere relaxed and there’s a lovely garden and terrace. An excellent choice.”

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“A country-house hotel in a city. A quiet, leafy spot, this historic building is full of intriguing corners, grand original features and luxuriously contemporary rooms. The cooking is smart, the atmosphere relaxed and there’s a lovely garden and terrace. An excellent choice.”

Hotel Overview

“The joy of Jesmond Dene House is that it feels like it’s in the country, yet is only a 10-minute drive from Newcastle city centre. A grand Arts and Crafts building - all mullioned windows, tall chimneys and battlements - it overlooks the wooded valley of Jesmond Dene, a tranquil spot criss-crossed with paths and dotted with rustic bridges. Independently owned, the hotel is one of the city’s finest mansions - once the home of Sir Andrew Noble, partner in Victorian industrialist Lord Armstrong’s engineering business - and plenty of the original character remains, skilfully blended with contemporary touches. Vast inglenook fireplaces, wood panelling, polished floors and stained glass windows happily sit alongside snazzy Italian chairs, deep velvet sofas, contemporary art and warm tones of burnt orange, aubergine and raspberry red. Apart from the eight rooms in the New House - a modern interpretation of Arts and Crafts - none of the bedrooms is the same. You might find a bay window, a roof terrace or a window seat. The style is smooth and understated with muted colours, sleek furnishings and pops of colour in feature wallpapers, brocaded armchairs and silk curtains.
The cooking (three AA rosettes) is skilful with intriguing combinations - scallops with apple and nasturtiums, beef with puffed spelt and snails - splendid breakfasts and highly popular afternoon teas. Lunch or tea is lovely in the summer on the terrace overlooking the garden, the latter a plantsman’s delight. Despite the hotel’s grand appearance, the service is warm and friendly. No-one minds if you kick off your shoes to curl up with a book in the handsomely panelled Billiard Room.”

Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • The 3 AA Rosette restaurant serves up locally sourced, seasonal cusine to the highest standard.
  • Total relaxation
  • Unwind in country estate style with impeccable service, fine dining, roaring fires and long walks through lush parklands.
 

Written by Helen Pickles

Facilities

  • In room DVD
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Car not required
  • Wedding license
  • Bar
  • Family Suites
  • Parking
  • Free parking
  • Towelling robes
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Outdoor dining
  • Meeting Room
  • Good wine list
  • Private dining room
  • No pets
  • Safe
  • Conference facilities
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Room service
  • Sitting Room
  • Child friendly
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Concierge

Activities

  • Other Activities
  • The Jesmond Dene park has its own petting zoo, perfect for the little kids.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Sit back and relax by a roraing fire in the library lounge, no better way to pass an evening.
  • Sights nearby
  • Close to city centre attractions including the The Sage Gateshead and Newcastle Arena.
  • Great walks
  • Walk through the Jesmond Dene Park, a wooded ravine criss-crossed with paths and dotted with rustic bridges.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Newcastle highstreet is only ten minutes away and has a great selection of designer stores

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Jesmond Dene House

"A grand city mansion that persuades you it’s a rather lovely country house."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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40 rooms from $149 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • The 3 AA Rosette restaurant serves up locally sourced, seasonal cusine to the highest standard.
  • Total relaxation
  • Unwind in country estate style with impeccable service, fine dining, roaring fires and long walks through lush parklands.
Activities
  • Other Activities
  • The Jesmond Dene park has its own petting zoo, perfect for the little kids.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Sit back and relax by a roraing fire in the library lounge, no better way to pass an evening.
  • Sights nearby
  • Close to city centre attractions including the The Sage Gateshead and Newcastle Arena.
  • Great walks
  • Walk through the Jesmond Dene Park, a wooded ravine criss-crossed with paths and dotted with rustic bridges.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Newcastle highstreet is only ten minutes away and has a great selection of designer stores
Other highlights
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Wedding license
  • Family Suites
  • Quiet
  • House party feel
  • Good wine list
  • Full of character
  • Country House
  • Gourmet
  • Conference facilities
  • Child friendly
  • Antiques
  • Historic
  • Restaurant
  • Disabled access
  • Views
  • Free wifi
  • Romantic
  • Luxury
  • Charming
  • Traditional

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