Belsay Hall and Gardens, Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • Having received English Heritage membership as a gift we thoroughly enjoyed our visit today. Don't think we'd have enjoyed the day quite so much had we had to pay the entrance fee of £10+ per adult. T...  more »
  • I've visited several times in recent months (winter and spring) and can't wait to go again later in the year when the gardens will be different again. I think that the gardens are the best bit of this...  more »
  • Another great afternoon visit, this time to Belsay Hall and Gardens. You can see the past splendor of the Hall, with the Greek style entrance hall to the timber lined rooms. Still in need of plenty TL...  more »
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  • Great gardens, plants trees and ruined castle, perfect for a walk with your dog (on a lead)
  • Great place to visit. Wonderful hall, magical garden and quarry walk and exciting cadtle to explore.
  • Absolutely love this place great to let the children run around and great for photography and has events through the year
  • Another wonderful evening- in spite of the rain- with an excellent production of Midsummer's Night Dream. Talented cast, very well organised by the friendly and helpful staff, in the beautiful walled Garden. Can't wait for the next one. Thank you everybody x
  • The house is empty but full of character. You can access the cellars, main ground floor rooms including an empty library with impressive fireplace. Some rooms have had their plaster hacked off to deal with dry rot. It really makes you appreciate the work English Heritage are doing. You can see wallpapers from the 1920s and 1930s on some bedroom walls. The jewel in the crown here has to be the quarry garden with its Chinese rhododendrons. Also worth the time is the crag walk around the estate near the lake. The signage is in the wrong place by about 50m. Wear stout footwear if you do this walk.