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Beautiful extensive gardens and walkways leading to a ruined castle. Great place for kids and teenagers to let off steam. Level walk for older visitors. The Hall is good to explore. Not huge and can be visited quite quickly.
We went on a glorious sunny day in April and the garden was enchanting! Started with a guided tour of the new house by Liz who made the day for us! She included our daughter in the discussions about the house and held her interest...More
I wasn't sure I wanted to see a Georgian house empty of furniture but was so glad we went.
Because there was no furniture you can appreciate the Grecian architecture better. As the owner didn't want external guttering and downspouts to spoil the look of...More
I love this place though admittedly we have English heritage membership otherwise could get pricey for a family. The gardens are so peaceful you cant hear any traffic and get even better in the summer. Love the castle. Spent some good days here with kids...More
Belsay is a beautiful castle, manor, quarry and gardens - there's SO much for every member of your family. My wife and I became English Heritage members at this location, and are looking forward to visiting this site repeatedly throughout the year. The gardens were...More
Visited as part of the enchanted belsay for Christmas and had a fantastic night. It was well organised with a park and ride system
There were different types of lighting around the gardens, following the trail and story of Alice in Wonderland
This was our...More
We so enjoyed our trip to 'Enchanted Belsay' Strolling through the illuminated grounds in the rain was a wonderful experience. All the kids we saw were so thrilled and excited which was lovely to see. What really made the visit though was the staff and...More
First of all, the organisation of the timed tickets and the park and ride is fantastic. The staff were helpful and friendly, dont get me wrong we had a nice time but......
For the price we did expect a little bit more. The lights are...More
Parking well organised & all the staff very pleasant and helpful but that’s about all to be remotely impressed with. Very disappointing. Lights which are rather underwhelming, the “fair” (2 rides , 2 stalls) was for toddlers. Extremely over priced non event for a family....More
Well organised approach. The shuttle bus park and ride from Ponteland worked well for us. We had the perfect weather for this event. Cold and crisp. Staff are on hand at the entrance to ensure you know where you're going, but although it is in...More
Yes . You can catch a bus from Eldon Square Bus Station to Jedburgh which only runs a few times a day, not sure of the number. The bus stops at Belsay then you'd walk to the Hall grounds or get a lift.