AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence Marshall Meadows Manor

Fine Dining in Northumberland

Relax, unwind, and treat yourself to an exquisite three-course meal at Marshall Meadows Manor House, an award-winning fine dining experience in the historically-rich Northumberland countryside. Situated within the 240-year-old manor house, overlooking exquisite gardens and breathtaking sea views, you can soak up the atmosphere whilst being treated to an exquisite menu created by Richard Chilver, our award-winning executive head chef.

Restaurant 1782

Whether you desire something from the farm, the sea, or the land, Restaurant 1782 will make sure your needs are met with our sumptuous à la carte menu. Using fresh, local ingredients, we create seasonal menus to bring you the best culinary delights Northumberland and the Scottish Borders can offer.

Open from 6pm every evening, Marshall Meadows Manor House’s restaurant will bring you on a culinary journey, allowing you to see why it’s one of the highest-rated restaurants in Northumberland. Each meal is specifically designed with the season in mind, using locally sourced, sustainable ingredients wherever possible. They’re also superbly paired with our finely balanced wine list, ensuring a beautifully-rounded dining experience.

Whether you’re staying in the hotel, visiting for the day or live in the local area; dining at Restaurant 1782 is an experience to savour.

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A Delightful Afternoon Tea

Is there a thing more quintessentially British than an afternoon tea? At Marshall Meadows Manor House we don’t think so, which means we endeavour to bring the perfection of afternoon tea into the beautiful surroundings of our twelve-acre manor. From smoked salmon sandwiches to fruit scones with lashings of jam and clotted cream, our lunch and afternoon tea menu runs from 12pm till 5pm, except Sundays. Enjoy our sandwiches and cakes alongside a freshly brewed tea and coffee.


“Restaurant 1782 looks out towards the North Sea and showcases the best that the borders’ larder can offer.”