Eshott Manor is an award winning 4* boutique country hotel. From the moment you enter the sweeping, tree-lined driveway to Eshott Hall you know you've happened upon something special. A perfectly proportioned Georgian jewel, clad in wisteria and set within its own manicured gardens, the quintessential and oh-so-photogenic English country house tucked away in the beautiful Northumbrian countryside.
- 4* Luxury Country Hotel located between Morpeth & Alnwick
- 2 AA rosette award winning restaurant
- Luxuriously furnished bedrooms
- Manicured gardens
- Wonderful base to explore the unspoilt Northumberland countryside
Four Poster Bed
Golf Course Nearby
CD Player in Rooms
Dogs May Be Accepted by Prior Arrangement
2 AA Rosette Dining
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 4:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
8am - 10am
12pm - 2pm
6:30pm - 8:30pm
3pm - 5pm
Ample free parking
There are no ground floor bedrooms within the main hotel. Ground floor rooms are available within Eshott Grange and some cottages within the grounds.
Eshott Hall is a family friendly hotel. Cots are charged at £15 per night. Extra beds are charged at £28 per night and child's breakfast is £6. Additional meals are charged as taken. Room upgrades may be required to accommodate extra beds.
Eshott wants families to enjoy their stay, and as such we provide a high tea for children under the age of 10 years at 6pm to enable parents to enjoy a meal on their own in the evening. If during your stay you wish to dine together as a family we will be happy to arrange family dining for those aged 8 years and over at 6.30pm given prior notice.
History of the hotel
There is mention of a Hall at the Northumberland village of Eshott as far back as 1310, when Roger Mauduit was given a Royal License to fortify his home, which grew to an estate by 1328. The Crown confiscated the estate after a rebellion but restored it to the Mauduit family in 1359.
In 1415, there is reference to the 'Castle of Esshete' owned by a knight, Sir John Heron, but it is not until the turn of the 16th century that Eshott Hall as we recognise it now came into existence.
In the late 1960's the older central block of the Hall was demolished, leaving the north wing built in 1881 as well as the south wing. Eshott Hall fell into disuse but was revived in 1997 by Ho Sanderson, great grandson of Emerson Bainbridge, who developed the Hall into a venue for weddings, functions with some guest accommodation.
Eshott Hall have 12 dog friendly rooms in both the main hall and in Eshott Grange. Dogs are charged a £15 per dog per night.
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