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Cragside House and Gardens

B6341 | 1 mile north of Rothbury, Rothbury, Northumberland National Park NE65 7PX, England
+44 1669 620333
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AWESOME

Visited here October 2017. Wow, this place is amazing. It's so stunning. It's easy to forget you're... read more

Reviewed yesterday
hvine
via mobile
A truly five star attraction

We read a review by someone that said you could spend all day here - they were not wrong. The house... read more

Reviewed yesterday
DavidBicester
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  • Average2%
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B6341 | 1 mile north of Rothbury, Rothbury, Northumberland National Park NE65 7PX, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited here October 2017. Wow, this place is amazing. It's so stunning. It's easy to forget you're walking around a place in England. The house is utterly spellbinding. Some paths are steep and uneven but there you can drive to the top of the hill...More

Thank hvine
Reviewed yesterday

We read a review by someone that said you could spend all day here - they were not wrong. The house and grounds are huge. It offers something for everyone: house, gardens, walks, landscapes, lakes, and historical technology. Cragside is good for all weathers -...More

Thank DavidBicester
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Being new members to the national trust the place to go is cragside. We went with a group of friends with children of various ages. We decide to start with a walk around the gardens which for being late in the year were still looking...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited on a Saturday afternoon in October with friends. What a gorgeous house this is, restored and maintained by the National Trust. It is amply furnished with items from the Victorian era and had plenty to see of interest for us adults. All floors were...More

Thank Julia B
Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband & I along with our two friends visited Cragside recently when we were staying in the area for a long weekend. It is probably one of the best National Trust properties that I have visited. The weather was lovely so we took advantage...More

Thank judithflack44
Reviewed 3 days ago

My husband had long wanted to see this because of the technological advances it represents and we were not disappointed. The information sheets are good and the volunteer guides are enthusiastic. The beauty of the house is impressive and the ingenuity displayed is great. Unfortunately...More

Thank MaryYG
Reviewed 3 days ago

What a beautiful place to visit and spend a day. We visited as 4 adults and 2 dogs so spent most of our time walking through the gardens and don't even think we covered half of it. Beautiful, peaceful and very dog friendly. Definitely need...More

Thank Robyn L
Reviewed 3 days ago

My wife, who's maiden name was Armstrong, just had to visit this superb house and grounds. Upon arrival we drove around the Estate Drive and had a very pleasant walk around Nelly's Moss Lakes. When we parked up we went into the house and marvelled...More

Thank IanViv2015
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

As National Trust members we always try to visit houses / gardens in areas we are visiting This has to be one of the best houses we have seen Armstrong was well ahead of his time and this house was the first in the world...More

Thank Shirley W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We purchased a National Trust ticket and decided to visit here. Inside the house is really interesting, my son described it as a mad scientist's house. The walk is lovely, although the trek up to Nellies labyrinth did cause a few moans from the 6...More

Thank Stephanie S
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josie1974
October 10, 2017|
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Response from Rich H | Reviewed this property |
There are lots of areas at the top of the estate very suitable for dogs. Nearer the house would be tricky as that’s where most of the traffic is so you’d find that a dog would be best on a lead unless well away from the main... More
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Craig B
September 25, 2017|
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Response from Carol B | Reviewed this property |
According to the 2017 National Trust Members Handbook the gardens and woodland are open from: 3 November - 17 Dec 11.00 - 4.00 pm on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. And The House is not open after 29 October and does not... More
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