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FULL OF ARCHITECTURAL BRAVURA, HISTORICAL DETAIL AND AN INTRIGUING CAST LIST.

This Grade ll-listed Arts and Crafts building was once one of Newcastle’s most celebrated addresses. Bought in 1871 by Captain (later, Sir) Andrew Noble, a partner in Lord William Armstrong’s mighty shipping and armaments company, the house was enlarged several times as Noble’s wealth and fame increased. Royalty and celebrities stayed here and were lavishly entertained.

After Noble’s widow died, the house had a chequered history – including time as a WW2 Civil Defence establishment (tunnels still exist under the house) – before it was converted into Newcastle’s first, independently owned, boutique hotel in 2005.

FULL OF ARCHITECTURAL BRAVURA, HISTORICAL DETAIL AND AN INTRIGUING CAST LIST.

This Grade ll-listed Arts and Crafts building was once one of Newcastle’s most celebrated addresses. Bought in 1871 by Captain (later, Sir) Andrew Noble, a partner in Lord William Armstrong’s mighty shipping and armaments company, the house was enlarged several times as Noble’s wealth and fame increased. Royalty and celebrities stayed here and were lavishly entertained.

After Noble’s widow died, the house had a chequered history – including time as a WW2 Civil Defence establishment (tunnels still exist under the house) – before it was converted into Newcastle’s first, independently owned, boutique hotel in 2005.

HISTORY

One of Newcastle’s finest residential buildings, Jesmond Dene House has a rich, surprising and varied past.

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GARDENS

A city hotel with a garden to relax in; aren’t we lucky.

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ARTWORK

Original artwork is scattered throughout the hotel; most of it available to buy.

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