Boasting a fascinating history dating back to the 1300s, Eshott Hall Hotel in Northumberland is full of wonderful contradictions. The sweeping driveway is hugged by ancient trees which open out as you reach the striking Georgian building clad in wisteria, and waiting inside is an original blend of country house style and contemporary design.
There are many fabulous things that will stick in your mind about your stay at Eshott Hall but it’s the first impressions that really count, from its idyllic setting to the welcoming warmth that greets you the moment you step over the threshold. Hospitality here is exceptional, the team successfully balances a professional yet laid back service, knowing the importance of being attentive without being intrusive.
Once inside you are immediately struck by the magnificent staircase that winds towards the resplendent, William Morris stained glass window. Throughout the hotel you will find incredible period features and antique furniture that hark back to a truly romantic era. In 2010 the present owners lovingly refurbished the bedrooms, as well as creating new ones, fusing period and modern design to provide a unique and intriguing experience.
Teetering on the brink of sleepy villages and vibrant market towns such as Morpeth, Alnwick and Alnmouth, the hotel is ideally located for exploring some of Northumberland’s most beautiful places. The rural setting is quiet and relaxing, far enough away from the hum of busy roads yet close enough to many places of interest. Being in the heart of the breathtaking countryside, you will have many opportunities to witness the incredible flora and fauna in and around the estate.
The restaurant at Eshott Hall Hotel has an esteemed reputation for its fine dining experience, which showcases some of the best local ingredients, produced in Northumberland’s expansive outdoor larder. It’s these fabulous flavours mixed with talented culinary techniques and a pure passion for food that has earned the restaurant 2AA Rosettes.
Eshott Hall is in the most magical setting, just perfect for luxury weddings, and it has even been listed in The Telegraph’s guide to the best wedding venues in the UK. Read the article here.Add to Bucket List