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Cherryburn

Cherryburn Station Bank, Hexham NE43 7DD, England
+44 1661 843276
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Pretty cottage and walking

This was a very nice place to visit. Not big so a coffee and walk was good. The best part was to... read more

Reviewed today
noreebea
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Southampton
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Cherryburn a delightful National Trust Property

Had a lovely couple of hours here. The weather was glorious which helps. This was the birthplace of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
travelalotjules
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Cherryburn Station Bank, Hexham NE43 7DD, England
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+44 1661 843276
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"thomas bewick"
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"small property"
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"printing press"
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"lawned area"
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"small selection of cakes"
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"lovely little place"
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"children's activities"
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"staff were lovely"
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"worth a visit"
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"interesting place to visit"
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Reviewed today via mobile

This was a very nice place to visit. Not big so a coffee and walk was good. The best part was to see the Alpacas and their 1 day old baby.

Thank noreebea
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a lovely couple of hours here. The weather was glorious which helps. This was the birthplace of Thomas Bewick who was an natural history artist and engraver. The printroom was amazing and whilst we were there we had a demonstration on how it would...More

Thank travelalotjules
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Reviewed April 25, 2018

This is the birthplace of Thomas Berwick the wood engraver and natural history author. We wanted to visit while we were on holiday in the area but didn’t know quite what to expect but were very pleasantly surprised. The place is tiny but laid out...More

Thank suegreig
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Reviewed April 23, 2018 via mobile

Me and my mum decided to have a trip to Cherryburn from Haydon bridge by bus (685 to Hexham then number 10 to mickley) as we've been meaning to come for ages. The staff are very welcoming and gave us a great potted history of...More

Thank Deborah B
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Reviewed April 14, 2018 via mobile

This is one of the smaller NT properties in the North East, but still worth a visit. The staff are lovely and very welcoming to the property, they are passionate about the place and it's always a plus. I imagine however it's better to visit...More

Thank LYPud
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Reviewed April 7, 2018

A very quiet visit due to the bad weather. However the grandchildren loved it jumping in all the puddles looking for the clues to be able to 'win' an Easter egg. Nice warm fire in the small cafe after the run aroud and then the...More

Thank Flyer699
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Reviewed March 11, 2018 via mobile

A wonderful place to visit with outstanding views over the Tyne valley . Most helpful and informative staff with a great atmosphere in the tea rooms. Quiet little walk with the dogs on their leads which is understandable as there are animals in the summer...More

Thank Jane D
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Reviewed November 15, 2017

This was the birthplace of Thomas Bewick who engraved wood. My daughter was able to make a picture with some wodden blocks in the print room. We also had a walk around the paddock and met the two donkeys.

Thank Janet D
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Reviewed October 29, 2017

This a National Trust House which we have been to twice. The staff are really nice, friendly and encouraging. Very fun activities for kids and nice to have a peaceful walk around. They have donkeys that are really cute and you can stroke them! A...More

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Reviewed September 30, 2017

This is only a small National Trust property but well worth the visit. The people running the property were very friendly and informative. It does not take long to look around but everything is well displayed and explained. I also liked seeing the two donkeys...More

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ahopefultraveller
July 23, 2015|
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Response from JohnHowardNorfolk | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There is a half hourly service from Corbridge to Mickley Square. Get off and walk down the hill for less than ten minutes. It's route number 10 and takes just under half an hour.
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