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Situated in the heart of Morpeth, this Grade Two listed building is an ideal venue in which to hold a party, meeting, reception or formal dinner dance. With a small and large separate function rooms, daytime bookings for meetings and training are always welcome. Built in 1855, it is situated in the middle of the town centre on Howard Road.

 Free on site floodlit car parking is available for Saturday, Sunday and some evenings. During the week there is adjacent on street free parking, with all-day paid parking 100m away.

The ground floor accommodation is light and spacious and a feeling of warmth is conducive to productive meetings and successful functions at any time of the year. Whether it be for business, club meetings or catered social events
(85 covers available) we can offer you exceptional value for money with a licensed bar at down to earth prices:
red and white wines from under £8.99 per bottle.

Full disabled access.

We are always very happy to discuss and advise on your requirement
to help create the perfect menu to suit your function. For further information
please call 01670 611013
or email Dennis at bookings

Please give us a call, you will not be disappointed.

Winton House was at one time the town house of the Davison family whose suffragette daughter Emily Wilding (Davison) was fatally injured when she attempted to attach the women’s movement colours to the King’s horse during the Derby Day race in1913. Emily is buried in Saint Mary’s Churchyard in Morpeth. Winton House is now used as a Centre for Freemasonry.

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