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Derwent Manor
Allensford
Nr Consett

Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

DH8 9BB | View map

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Built in the style of a Manor House making it one of the most distinctive hotels in Northumberland. Overlooking the Derwent Valley, this beautiful hotel is located within easy reach of Newcastle and Durham. Derwent Manor is set in 20 acres of land and the interior is every bit as impressive as its exterior. Most of the spacious en-suite bedrooms have timber-beamed ceilings and all have one or two double beds.Guinevere's Restaurant, with its huge open fire serves a range of English and Continental cuisine in stylish surroundings while hearty bar meals can be enjoyed in our Grouse & Claret pub.For the corporate requirements or for social occasions and weddings, the hotel boasts a range of Conference and Banqueting Suites seating up to 300 guests.Brand new Leisure Club (Oct 2003) with indoor pool and fitness centre now open.For modern, professional and friendly service in a grand setting, any visit to Derwent Manor will be a memorable one.

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