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Ormesby Hall

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Ormesby Hall

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West Lodge Ladgate Lane West Lodge, Middlesbrough TS3 0SR England
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joanne w wrote a review Feb 2020
County Durham, United Kingdom35 contributions11 helpful votes
Good points- was realistic as to what it would have been like as a family home. Guides and shop staff were knowledgeable and helpful. Very interesting as to reasons people could be sent to an asylum. Looked like the grounds would be pleasant in spring/summer. Cafe pleasant and has more tables than you think - extra seating could be signposted. They have half term trail for children. Not so good - access road - potholed and muddy and car park muddy. Toilets nearest the shop reached across a cobbled yard, very uneven as many cobbles missing. Toilets themselves not usual standard of cleanliness.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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User912 wrote a review Jan 2020
Yarm, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
I visited Ormesby Hall with my daughter and grandsons on 30th December. As usual the volunteers were helpful and the children enjoyed the trails in the garden and the house. It was unfortunate, therefore, that our visit was marred by a number of issues. We approached the house via the main entrance. There was nothing to warn us that access to the car park would be via a muddy, pot holed track where our car ground out on several occasions! Unless the trust wishes to be sued for damages they need to do something about this as a matter of urgency. We visited the tea room where one poor young man was doing his best to cope with the lunch time rush on his own. The food for the adults was good but the children’s sandwiches were awful - a tiny amount of cheese on dry white bread. We would have set them back if we hadn’t felt sorry for the staff member. Finally on leaving the tea room we spotted a tiny notice advising us not to touch the radiator as it was very hot. This was positively dangerous as children could touch it with ease and the notice was so small that we hadn’t seen it on the way in. Why was the radiator not either screened off to prevent a child touching it or turned off? So come on Ormesby Hall. - get your act together. You have a beautiful building and grounds, fascinating model railways, lovely volunteers and a large population nearby (including myself) who would visit more if the facilities were brought up to normal National Trust standards.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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KFS wrote a review Dec 2019
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Whilst we have lived in the locality all our lives we had never visited Ormesby Hall so decided to pop along and see what it was like The place is very interesting and set in lovely grounds, all the staff were warm and friendly and happy to chat about the place and answer our questions. We had coffee/tea/cake in the cafe and the staff were warm and welcoming with good service. Would certainly recommend the place to spend a couple of hours
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dean wrote a review Dec 2019
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The murder mystery event was great fun; everyone in our party enjoyed it. Ormesby Hall is full of history and it was lovey to get the chance to wander through the rooms. The food and dining experience was disappointing though. The two course meal was soup and a cake, both were okay but not great and the seating area was cramped. The staff rushed about to accommodate everyone but the cafe area just seemed too small. Overall though we all enjoyed the evening.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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thedaphneholmes wrote a review Oct 2019
Poole, United Kingdom195 contributions50 helpful votes
Walked to the Hall from Captain Cooke’s Birthplace Museum, 1 mile away. Was very impressed with the stories behind the pictures and very good guides who brought the Hall to life. Nice cafe too.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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