Up and coming. Great for a short visit but not a vast amount there or to do as yet. Not great if wet weather.
Looks fantastic from the outside normally but the central building is covered with scaffolding at the moment and, as has been the case for many years, the inside is just a brick shell with not too much to see but may give an idea of what it was like in its heyday. The current main area to look at is... More
I have been here many times while there is not a great deal to do what is there is great the house it self you can feel the history in it the grounds well kept and stunning looking forward to the summer to see all the roses in bloom the cafe is nice food very palatable the west wing that... More
Really lovely green area near to northumberland coastline lots of wildlife and scenic scenary and really nice place to pass through on trips to or from the beach heading home we stopped to admire the beautiful scenary and a look around really lovely green little town.
this is one of the finest mansion houses in the north east which has not been owned by the National Trust for very long but they are carrying our improvements all the time. Well worth a visit
All NT cafes are acceptable. This one is small and limited in its range of food, but we had a good sandwich and a tasty panini. The service is efficient and friendly. It was full on a sunny but cold October day; could be a bit crowded in summer.
The major problem with this hall was the lack of signs both to and from the property. there were signs on the road to many different properties but not this one therefore a lot of guess work is needed to find it. Once you have found the place it is well worth a visit. It has not been long acquired... More
a lovely couple of hours were spent admiring the house and gardens. the refreshments that were available were limited but they our up to the normal NT standards.
Only recently acquired by the National Trust who continue their major renovations of a fabulous building and its adjacent gardens. Well worth a visit and then try to return within next 12 months to see how much has been achieved. Great open spaces for children, as well as a craft room and imaginative play area to keep them occupied. There... More
Just a little bit off the north-south route from Newcastle to the beaties of Northumbeland but worth the detour. THe Hall itself is grand although gutted by fire in 1822. It is easy to imagine it in it's splendour and the home of the 'Gay' Delavals (i.e. Gay in the original snese of the word). It was the party capital... More
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