Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene House

9.0
Excellent

Based on 723 reviews
 
Jesmond Dene Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2EY, United Kingdom
  +44 191 212 3000
Jesmond Dene House - Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
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C$ 170+

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C$ 174 per night
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C$ 189 per night

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jesmond
handwritten welcome
hotel was lovely
beautiful setting
surrounding area
common parts
upgraded to a suite
excellent room
friendly staff
food was good
recommend to couples
room lighting
need updating
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gluten free
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About

Overview

Jesmond Dene House is a small, 4 AA red star privately-owned boutique-style hotel with 40 bedrooms that sits nestled within the wooded valley of Jesmond Dene. A country hotel setting yet only minutes from the suburb of Jesmond or bustle of Newcastle city centre and the quayside. The original house was Georgian, designed for a local doctor in 1822 by John Dobson who was responsible for many of Newcastles handsome streets. It was then developed in the late 19th century for Sir Andrew Noble, business partner to Lord Armstrong, the great Victorian inventor and engineer. The Grade II-Listed Arts and Crafts mansion was extended and enhanced until it was bought by Newcastle City Council in 1933. For the next 65 years, it had various uses, including being used as a college, Civil Defence establishment, seminary, and as a residential school. The building was in a very bad derelict state when it was bought, restored and then opened as a hotel in 2005. In addition to the bedrooms there is a 3 AA Rosette restaurant offering a selection of daily menu options ranging from breakfast and afternoon tea to A la carte dinner or Sunday lunch. Functions, weddings and business events can also be accommodated in a choice of four private rooms including the Great Hall, a spectacular, double-height room catering for up to 100 guests and with oak and silk wall panelling, Gothic windows, carved inglenook fireplace and minstrels gallery. The aim of the hotel, since opening, is to provide the highest levels of service, hospitality and food for both business and leisure guests, using local produce and suppliers where possible.

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Features

Free Parking
Free Airport Shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet Friendly
Spa

9.0 Excellent

Based on 723 reviews

9.2

Location

8.7

Service

6.0

Breakfast

5.2

Value for money

Things to Know

  • Friendly service
  • Very quiet
  • Professional service
  • Nice building

Check in

3:00 PM

Check out

12:00 PM

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Amenities

Free Wi-Fi
Increased Accessibility
Concierge service
Laundry service
Meeting/Banquet facilities
Room service
No smoking
Restaurant
Bar/Lounge
Express check out
24 Hour Front Desk
Safe
Free parking
Storage available
Terrace/Patio
Elevator
Hiking
Hairdryer
Coffee shop
Free Internet
Pets not allowed
Wedding services

Location

Most Popular Landmarks

  • Jesmond Dene 0.8 km
  • Newcastle City Council 2.3 km
  • Newcastle City Library 2.7 km
  • Laing Art Gallery 2.7 km
  • Blue Carpet 2.7 km
  • Eldon Square Shopping Centre 2.7 km

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