Marshall Meadows Manor House Hotel is England’s most northern hotel, and the stunning Georgian Manor house is the ideal getaway for a summer staycation.
At Marshall Meadows, luxury and tranquillity blend seamlessly to create an unforgettable experience and the venue – nestled in the picturesque Northumberland countryside and just a short drive away from Berwick – offers a retreat like no other.
“Whether you’re seeking a romantic getaway, fancy a foodie experience, or need some well-deserved family time out, our elegant hotel promises to deliver a memorable stay,” Becca Frend, head of marketing at Marshal Meadows Manor House Hotel.
As well as the 27 bedrooms in the main hotel, Marshall Meadows features luxury, dog-friendly pods (which each come with a private hot tub) that make for the perfect stay with your four-legged friends.
Marshall Meadows Location and Surroundings
Marshall Meadows is nestled within twelve acres of country grounds and exquisite gardens. Just three miles from Berwick-upon-Tweed, it’s the perfect base to explore Northumberland and the beautiful Scottish Borders.
Guests can take leisurely strolls along the nearby sandy beaches, explore the charming coastal villages, or embark on scenic hikes in the nearby nature reserves. The hotel’s proximity to popular attractions such as the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Alnwick Castle, and Bamburgh Castle makes it an ideal base for discovering the region’s rich heritage.
Both Edinburgh and Newcastle are only 40 minutes by train.
Marshall Meadows Hotel Accommodation Options
Whether it’s a summer staycation or a romantic getaway, at Marshall Meadows, every guest is treated to luxurious accommodation. The hotel and adjoining Stables offer a variety of rooms and suites, each individually and thoughtfully designed to provide a sanctuary of relaxation for your staycation.
From The Master Suite with its four-poster super king bed, spectacular sea views from the three bay windows, lounge area, and bathroom with a freestanding bath and feature double walk-in shower, to the Stables Suites, Junior Suites, Premier Rooms and Classic Rooms, each offer a retreat from everyday life.
The three Stable Suites are all individually furnished and come with super king beds, rainfall walk-in showers, a lounge area and an exclusive outdoor space with their own hot tub. One of the suites also has an extra bedroom, making it perfect for a family stay.
While the Junior Suites are spacious and modern, the Premier Rooms come with views of the gardens and the Classic Rooms – located in the Terrace Wing – enjoy either a sea or garden view.
Marshall Meadows Luxury Pods
For the ultimate experience for your summer staycation (or even in the cooler months), Marshall Meadows Luxury Pods are ideal.
Situated on the grounds of the Northumberland estate, guests can enjoy stunning views across the local farmland towards the Scottish borders and the lapping waves of the North Sea.
The dog-friendly pods are perfect for two adults (and a pooch), and each luxury pod has a unique design with a pointed ceiling, curved walls and a circular window to make great use of the space.
Connect with nature and the outdoors whilst also enjoying the luxuries of modern life. Each pod comes with a super king-sized bed; air conditioning and under-floor heating; an outdoor decked area and a private hot tub.
Plus, complimentary drinks from the minibar; smart TV; sound system and wi-fi. Electric blackout blinds block out any light; there are integrated wireless phone chargers; an espresso pod machine; compact ensuite facilities; robes, slippers and Molton Brown toiletries. Every little luxury has been thoughtfully taken care of – including a full-length mirror so guests can get ready for an evening at the award-winning Restaurant 1782 if they want to enjoy a gastronomic experience.
Marshall Meadows Restaurant 1782
Culinary delights await at Marshall Meadows renowned Restaurant 1782. The AA Rosette restaurant is overseen by executive chef Richard Chilver and his team – and promises to deliver a top-class experience.
Open from 6pm every evening – to residents and non-residents – Marshall Meadows Restaurant 1782 offers a menu that’s carefully crafted and inspired by the seasons, locally sourced produce and uses sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
Starters, which start from around £7, include lime-cured mackerel, potato and horseradish salad, soused fennel, radish, cucumber gel and tomato dressing; pan-fried king scallops, butternut puree, apple salad, pistachio crumb, pumpkin seeds; and wild mushroom belouté, mushroom ravioli and truffle oil.
For the main event, guests can enjoy dishes such as honey BBQ glazed beef short rib with chimichurri crumb, oven-roasted 30-day dry aged beef rump, sweetcorn puree, mac and cheese fritter, crispy onions and Jack Daniels jus. Or, halibut fillet served with leek and Parmesan risotto, sauteed wild mushrooms, saffron jelly and herb oil.
Mains start from around £18 and sides, such as beef dripping chips, asparagus and Caesar salad can be added for an additional £3.50 each.
When it comes to desserts, guests can expect their taste buds to be tantalised by classics including sticky toffee pudding; salted caramel cheesecake with charred figs, honeycomb and caramelised almonds; or chocolate and hazelnut delice with a dehydrated lime sponge, soft caramel and chocolate fudge brownie ice cream. Desserts start from around £7.
Dishes change according to the season so be sure to check out the up-to-date menu here.
A traditional Sunday lunch is served from 12noon to 3pm in the restaurant. Choose from roast sirloin of Northumbrian beef, duck fat roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and gravy; roast loin of pork served with apple sauce, sausage meat stuffing, duck fat roast potatoes and red wine jus; pan-roasted supreme of sea bass, Bombay potatoes, spinach and tandoori vegetables; or leek, pea and Parmesan risotto with cherry tomato and pesto sauce and crispy shallots. All mains are served with a selection of seasonal vegetables and there are plenty of options for starters and dessert.
Two courses, £21 or three for £24.
Lunch, Afternoon Tea and The Cocktail Bar at Marshall Meadows
As well as Restaurant 1782, Marshall Meadows features The Cocktail Bar and Drawing Room, which serves a selection of drinks, bar snacks, afternoon tea, and a lunch menu. While afternoon tea and lunch are served from 12noon to 5pm, the bar is open from 12noon to 10pm.
Afternoon tea costs £17.50 per person, while lunch dishes start at £6.
Marshall Meadows Manor House Hotel Offers
From Serene Sundays to Gourmet Getaway Breaks, why not indulge with one of Marshall Meadows Manor House Hotel’s offers? Offers are subject to change so ensure you stay up to date with all of the latest offers here.
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