Horton Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

Berwick Hill Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE13 6BU

01661 860686

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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. 


Room information for Horton Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double room
8 2
B&B per room per night
Min: £65.00 - Max: £140.00
Twin room
1 3
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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Clive B,
My wife and I didn't stay here (we live about 18 miles away) but did go for Sunday lunch. Finding Horton Grange is easy and, although it and its grounds are very small, it is a lovely setting. It was cold and snowing as we were there so not the right time to sit outside on the small but lovely patio but, in summer, this would be a most pleasant place to relax. Oddly for a country house hotel, it doesn't really have a dining room. Rather, there is a medium sized conservatory extension that is used for dining, functions and just about everything else that space is required for. In addition, the hotel Lounge is turned into a form of dining area when they get busy. We sat in the 'conservatory' which was quite a cold, echoing and uninviting space; a bit like dining in a shed. So don't go for a romantic triste! All of the staff whom we encountered were very friendly and efficient and all in keeping with a country house hotel. The Sunday lunch menu is very limited; the usual roasts plus one cod dish, but that isn't unusual these days. I did notice, however, that a couple who arrived after us seemed to be offered an alternative of a larger, a-la-carte menu which I wouldn't have minded having a peep at myself. I can only imagine that the larger menu is offered to hotel guests while the shorter menu is for 'drop ins' (although they could have been planning their evening meal). My wife opted for the roast beef while I went for the roast pork. While not necessarily the best Sunday dinners that we've encountered, they were, certainly, pretty good. I can't really comment further except to say that it was ... errr..a Sunday dinner! We both chose the sticky toffee pudding as 'afters' and this was far better than the norm; perfect texture and rich in flavour. This was a fixed price menu and the total bill, together with two drinks, came to just over £60. And there's the rub. I could name other, similar, country house hotels, all within a short drive of here, where the entire ambiance and luxury of enjoying a Sunday lunch in a 'posh' country house hotel is much more pronounced than that which can be experienced at Horton Grange. Although the food is, arguably, the most important component of a lunch out, it's the whole experience that we judge on and, while £60 plus tip would be perfectly good value in some places, I felt that Horton Grange itself didn't, quite, justify that cost. Would we go again? Yes, certainly, but perhaps in the summer when we can take an afternoon tea on the delightful terrace rather than perfectly good food in a shed.


C5176JCgaryr, Cramlington, United Kingdom
My wife and I married here 11 years ago and have been back a few times. We visited on the 28th December to stay over and had the evening meal and breakfast package. The rooms are nice and cosy, the hotel is obviously a place we have fond memories of and it hasn't lost any of its charm. The evening meal was fantastic as it always has been and the service was very good also. After finding out we were celebrating our Aniversary we were given a lovely touch by the hotel. Thanks to the staff for a lovely evening. Overall it's a lovely Hotel and the food is brilliant.

Horton Grange afternoon tea

Martin R, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
We visited here for afternoon tea today and I wanted to record here the first class experience that we enjoyed. From the initial friendly welcome to the lovely ambience of the dining area. The quality of the food and drink was superb, well presented and a mix of hot and cold items. We will certainly be back for another visit in the near future and we’ll done to the team there. Thank you again

Amazing afternoon tea

Went today with my husband had a traditional tea and a gentleman's tea. We shared all the items and were very impressed with the quality. The cakes and scones were fantastic. Staff were very friendly which made it a very good afternoon. We will be back soon.

Lovely Afternoon Tea

keithsarahdavid, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Festive Afternoon with friends. Beautiful venue, lovely staff & great food. Would have given 5 Stars but for the fact that disabled access was through the kitchen & it was difficult to get through. Will return again.

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URL: www.horton-grange.co.uk

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