The Embleton Hall

Built in 1730, by Thomas Embleton in Longframlington, Northumberland, England. Winning the award for the “Best small hotel in Northumberland”, in 1993. It is now a residence which no longer takes in guests. At Embleton Hall we are privileged to live in, not only a fine historic building but in one of the most picturesque and beautiful counties of England – Northumberland. We would like to offer you the chance to experience this unique blend of style and traditional hospitality in a relaxed environment.
Embleton Hall

Embleton Hall

The 18th Century manor house lies in five acres of landscaped gardens which include a “Ha Ha”, Croquet Lawn and Lawn Tennis Court. The secret garden has been restored to its former glory, as it was a hundred years ago and now produces a “volcano” of vegetables and fruit. Our peaches are not to be missed!

Our elegant drawing room is furnished with antiques and paintings which the proprietor has collected on his many visits to auction rooms and country house sales. The Duchess of Westminster’s writing table being his pride and joy. Log fires welcome our guest in the drawing room as well as the bar and dining room.
The spacious dining room offers exquisite menus based upon local produce, with vegetable and fruit from our own walled garden. In addition, we have a small dining room available for private functions, where we cater for your needs. We have an extensive wine list, which offers a good selection of wines from the new world.
The 14 bedrooms reflect the aspects of our country house hotel character. Whether your choice is four-poster, double, twin or single, we can guarantee an individually designed and decorated room. All rooms are en-suite with tea/coffee facilities.