We are in an enviable location; almost in the country yet still in the city. We have space, peace and room to breathe. We don’t take our good fortune for granted. All this makes us even more passionate that our guests are well looked after; above all, feel at home. Because it is a home, albeit quite a grand one.
As an independent hotel, we can make our own rules. We can be flexible to meet our guests’ wishes. We listen to what you say and do our best to accommodate. We’re passionate about detail, too. Often it’s the little things that make the difference.
Whether you come to Jesmond Dene House to meet a friend for coffee or for an indulgent weekend away, we look after you in exactly the same way. You are our guests and we want you to feel comfortable. Many of us have worked here since the hotel opened; quite simply, we care about the place.
September will mark 14 years since we first opened our doors. And, to mark the occasion, we’ve just completed a full refurbishment of our Restaurant. Not content with just a full, physical transformation, head chef Danny...Read More
A Newcastle pastry chef is pairing up with North East gin distillers to launch a new concept –tipsy afternoon tea with a twist. Cal Byerley, head pastry chef at Jesmond Dene House, Newcastle is...Read More
A village inn near Morpeth in Northumberland, has been named Best Pub in the North East in the 2019 National Pub and Bar Awards. Upgrading its recent win of ‘Best Pub in Northumberland’ in spectacular style!...Read More
Newcastle’s only independent luxury hotel has appointed its youngest General Manager – and it’s a woman. Leanne Cheek, 35, is only the third General Manager in Jesmond Dene House’s 13-year history. Women are not...Read More
Boutique hotel, Jesmond Dene House has recently appointed Barbara Gubbins as corporate ambassador following her recent departure from the charity world. Barbara has developed strong networks with North East businesses through her fundraising activities...Read More