Horton Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

Berwick Hill Road
Ponteland
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE13 6BU

01661 860686

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Overview

Horton Grange Country House Hotel is situated in the beautiful heart of Northumberland, yet remains just a ten minute drive from the City Centre. We have 9 bedrooms, 5 of which are traditionally decorated in the main grade-II Listed House, and 4 in our more contemporary annexed Stable block. 

 

We also have an award winning Restaurant which is open 7 days a week for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. 

 

Our Lounge area is the perfect setting for a traditional Afternoon Tea in front of one of our real fires. 

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Room information for Horton Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double room
(Double)
8 2
£80.00
B&B per room per night
Min: £65.00 - Max: £140.00
Twin room
(Twin)
1 3
£80.00
B&B per room per night
Min: £65.00 - Max: £140.00
Total capacity: 19

Special offers

Winter Afternoon Tea for 2

Enjoy delicious Afternoon Tea at Horton Grange Country House Hotel for just £29.50 per couple this Winter! This offer is available 7 days a week from 1st January until 31st March, 2019 (subject to availability on specific dates)

 

Please call the Hotel on 01661 860686 for more information!

Wine and Dine for 2!

Enjoy two delicious courses, with a glass of wine each for just £39.50 per couple this Winter! This offer is available 7 nights a week from 1st January until 31st March, 2019 (subject to individual days availability)

 

Please call the Hotel on 01661 860686 for more information!

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tripadvisor
08/03/2019

Dinner for two


bernard s, Newcastle, United Kingdom
Excellent; attention to detail without overdoing it. This chef can really cook! Apple dessert particularly nice and refreshing and the cheese soufle starter was very tasty. Mackeral starter was supeb and the pork main was not far behind it. We were brilliantly looked after by Roxanne and would recommend a vist for a lovely meal.
tripadvisor
28/02/2019

Excellent lunch


ianhurford173, Morpeth, United Kingdom
Using a voucher given to us by the family we visited today and enjoyed an excellent lunch in lovely surroundings. However, the car park at the rear of the building is surfaced with small chippings making walking for ladies in heels difficult and resulting in some scuffing of the shoes. We have therefore allocated only four stars.
tripadvisor
24/02/2019

Noisy Afternoon Tea


Linda W, newcastle upon tyne
Second attempt at booking a table for two for afternoon tea and informed the hotel that we had a pre paid voucher. I was informed they could only fit us in at 5pm as they were busy and although it was late in the afternoon on a week day I agreed and we arrived promptly. On arrival we noticed there was display boards being put up in the reception area and wine was being poured, which gave us a clue that the hotel was expecting an event to start at any time. We were taken to a room just off the reception area and shown to a table close to the open door. We were surrounded by half cleared tables and as we waited for our food we watched the staff remove chairs, carrying them out, clearing tables around us and got the distinct impression we had been pushed in after everyone else had left and were perhaps being tolerated as staff seemed to be preoccupied with the forthcoming event. Our food arrived and it was the usual finger sandwich’s, small scones and cakes. I had a large piece of gristle in my beef sandwich, but apart from that the food was ok. People started to arrive for the event and the amount of conversations going on was so loud we could hardly hear what we were saying to each other. The noise was so bad I can only liken it to having tea in a full pub on match day in town. It was horrendous. We could no longer hear the background music and due to the staff clearing the room the door was never shut to help block the noise. Certainly not a sign of peaceful ambience that could be expected. Not once were we asked if everything was ok, apart from asking for a top up of tea/coffee we were totally ignored. Just as we were due to leave the large party were guided somewhere else and clearly a meeting had begun. I made my way back to the reception whilst my husband waited for the waiter to reappear, the manager was shuffling through papers at the reception desk, he looked up and asked if I needed any help, I explained why I was waiting then he turned immediately to a lady who seemed to be organising the large group and they started to discuss the order of the evening for those concerned. Clearly giving a strong message that we were of no importance. In most establishments there is some sort of small talk ie was everything satisfactory, nice to meet you, we hope to see you again etc. Left feeling totally discounted. Will not be back.
tripadvisor
24/02/2019

Valentine's evening


ShaunWilliamB, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
My partner paid for a Valentine's evening at Horton Grange, and looked forward to it. Our table was booked for 8pm and we arrived 7:15 for a drink, surprisingly we were asked if we'd like to go direct to our table, which we declined. We had a drink in the bar and went to our table at 8pm, the room was decorated well and the atmosphere very pleasant, also a live singer who was excellent. Everything went well, starter, main, then I noticed that tables were being taken down around us and the chairs removed while we were dining. It appeared that as each table was vacated the table & chairs were being taken out, when we pointed out to a member of staff that people were still dining they told us that they were getting the room ready for a wedding the following day. It was a sure fire way of killing off an evening after our money was paid. Not again, Horton Grange, this was a poor way of treating people.
tripadvisor
20/02/2019

Valentines Afternoon Tea


GarethEvans1976, County Durham, United Kingdom
My wife and I visited Horton Grange for an aftrenoon tea on Valentines Day. Overall the afternoon tea was very nice, and the staff were very accomodating in our request to an alternative to the cucumber sandwich, however we both felt that it could have done with a little bit more savoury and slightly less sweet selection - but thats purely personal preference.

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