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Im staying with a mate in newcastle, who has posted some beautiful pictures lately, and i said i needed to visit...it was Gibside. We walked 10 + miles around scenic countryside, lots of wildlife, ruins and a chapel. Lots of different routes to take. And...More
Visited with my partner and took advantage of our national trust yearly membership.
My partner and myself enjoyed a lovely few hours walking around the site which is very extensive and large with plenty of walks etc and some lovely scenery. On a Saturday the...More
On our way home from our short break in Northumberland we chose this place for a stop off. We headed to the cafe first for a drink and then set off, following the map. We explored the orangery and then looked at the ruined hall...More
A bus service runs between the car park and the cafe, it is a steep hill. The grounds are very pleasant and the walk from cafe to play area was a nice stroll. The children's play area was busy, lots of picnics and the children...More
Really enjoyed our first visit here. Staff very friendly. Lots of walking routes to explore, depending on fitness and length of time you have. We bought lunch on site and wouldn't hesitate to eat again as the place looked clean and well managed.
Visited on recommendation and we were not disappointed. Plenty of space to wander around and a friendly cafe in the stables. The chapel itself is a gem and worth a visit on its own right. Plenty of free parking and welcoming and helpful staff at...More
We have been going here since July last year and loved every visit. All the staff see so friendly. The last visit we did the 5.5 mile long " Wonders of Nature Trail" so peaceful and remote. It was great!!
Response from blackwhite85 | Reviewed this property |
Dogs welcome in grounds on leads; assistance dogs only allowed inside chapel and cafe's. Dogs are allowed in the library at the stables, which can be used to eat your cream scone and tea if it's rainy!