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.
What makes a stay at Eshott Hall unique?
For generations, Northumberland's impressive scenery and heritage remained the nation's best-kept secret. But in 2017, the region won the title of UK Holiday Destination of the year. Steeped in history, blessed with some breathtaking landscapes and an abundance of native flora and fauna, it's actually a bit of a mystery that this gem has remained ‘hidden' for so long.
And Eshott Hall – conveniently close to the A1, yet a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of modern life – is a veritable jewel in Northumberland's crown.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Eshott Hall?
It might be an antique, bed, a window seat overlooking the gardens, a grand feature fireplace – but you can be sure to find something to love in each of the eleven one-of-a-kind bedrooms. Generously proportioned and luxuriously furnished, they have everything you need for an indulgent stay. Deep sunken baths, some free-standing, vast walk-in showers, heavenly Elemis toiletries, fluffy towels, bathrobes and slippers all come as standard. But nothing else about a stay at Eshott is standard, where every last detail has been considered with today's discerning guest in mind. You can expect elegant furnishings, LCD television, digital radio, tea and coffee making facilities and biscuits – as well as fantastic views over the gardens and grounds.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Morpeth area?
Ideally located in between Alnwick and Morpeth, Eshott Hall is a convenient base from which to explore ‘Gods own county' of Northumberland. Discover the majestic Northumberland Coastal Path, unrivalled for its rugged beauty, the picture-perfect backdrop of mighty fortresses dotted along the shoreline and its nature-spotting opportunities. Get up close to puffins and grey seals on the Farne Islands or discover the gruesome history behind many of the area's iconic castles. Immerse yourself anti que,horticultural heaven at the many phenomenal gardens at Alnwick, Howick, Belsay Hall and Capability Brown's birthplace, Kirkharle. After all this, you'll deserve a rest.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Using only the finest locally sourced produce from the Northumbrian coast and countryside – and often from the kitchen garden – Eshott takes food very seriously. Meticulous attention to detail goes into crafting each and every dish – elevating the dining to award-winning standards, including the coveted 2 AA rosettes for the highest standards of creative cuisine