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National Trust - Seaton Delaval Hall, Whitley Bay

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  • Visited yesterday with a toddler who loves to run around. This is an ideal place for small children as there are loads of grassed areas and woodland walks as well as formal gardens. Lots of friendly v...  more »
  • Even tho I live in Newcastle I'm always find new things about my city, and I have to say it's one of the best places to learn some thing new about the surrounding area(s) and also there's a lovely ice...  more »
  • Something for everyone. The West Wing IS habitable, the cafe is very limited and they got our simple order wrong. Gardens are fantastic; especially the Laburnum Arch in May. Lots of space and activiti...  more »
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  • Fascinating NT property. The volunteer guides are particularly friendly and knowledgeable. You are made to feel very welcome. The gardens are delightful. There is also a woodland walk and children's play area along with a separate children's play field. The cafĂ© is pleasant with ample outside seating at busy times.
  • Interesting building to wander round. The staff all have wee bits of detailed information about different things about the house, we'll worth chatting with them. Lovely grounds. Nice tea room too, perfect for after a stroll round the policies.
  • Beautiful kept space and friendly staff!! Kids loved all the activities that was put on for the holidays and spaces were immaculate. Well kept grounds and house, staff deserve a medal for still being lovely even in the rain!!!
  • So rich in history and cultural significance to the region. It would be something to have seen it at the height of its glory. I can only imagine!
  • Kids love playing in the fields to the rear of the house. Great on a sunny day. Very friendly staff here.