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National Trust - Seaton Delaval Hall, Whitley Bay

(3.9/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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  • Spent a great visit here seeing the work in progress in restoring the Hall after the disastrous fire nearly two hundred years ago. The extent of the restoration shows where your NT subscription is bei...  more »
  • A good place to visit if you like old houses that have a lot of history behind them. All the volunteer staff were knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the history and the restoration plans. Worth a vi...  more »
  • Beautiful grounds, interesting property and great knowledgeable staff who were really helpful and willing to help. Only disappointment was the cafĂ© only had cardboard cups!! (Good cake though).  more »
  • Enjoyed seeing a National Trust project at he early stages on conservation. Lovely grounds and will be visiting again. There is so much potential for a better Cafe but I'm aware that this is in the planning xx
  • Great place to visitors of history. Gardens nice. You can take a dog round the woodland walks. Nice selection of cakes in the cafe.
  • Beautiful day for visiting a fantastic place and the staff all so welcoming, friendly and the gardens are gorgeous! Well worth a day out! x x x
  • Fab few hours, great for kids to have a run around whilst taking in some spectacular sights. Coffee shop on site but also can take pic-nic
  • Only been once in the last 15 years but they are putting in the effort to improve, imposing building, granted there's not a huge amount to see inside compared to Wallington Hall but in the summer the grounds are lovely and there's going to be more developments.