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Dilston Physic Garden

Corbridge

Extraordinary yet tranquil medicinal garden overlooking a winding river.

National Trust's Seaton Delaval Hall

Whitley Bay

Seaton Delaval may have been one of the architect Sir John Vanbrugh’s smallest country houses, but it was home to the larger than life Delaval family. The house and surrounding landscape were in keeping with the style expected in Georgian society, yet behind the formality lies a story of theatrical mischief.

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National Trust's Wallington

Morpeth

Discover Wallington, much-loved home to generations of the unconventional Trevelyan family. The house is surrounded by an informal landscape of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland and farmland, just waiting to be explored.

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Bide-A-Wee Cottage, Gardens & Nursery

Morpeth

Seen by thousands of visitors a year, the beautiful Gardens at Bide-A-Wee cottage have been crafted out of a former sandstone quarry over the last 25 years. See hundreds of varieties of ferns, shrubs, perennials and grasses including The National Collection of Centaurea and you will find plenty to inspire you.

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National Trust's Lindisfarne Castle

Holy Island

An inspiring year of art and architecture within a unique 16th-century castle.

Whalton Manor Gardens

Morpeth

Historically significant, this 17th century house with its three-acre garden is bursting with inspirational planting and magnificent architectural structures, such as the charming Lutyens-designed, Italianate summerhouse, game larder, pergolas and vast stone-paved courtyard.

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Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum

Alnwick

Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum, the ancestral seat of the Earls Grey since 1319. Discover the history of the 2nd Earl, after whom the famous tea is named, wander through the beautiful gardens created by the 5th Earl Grey and his family or for the more energetic explore the arboretum a united nations of shrubs and trees covering over 65 acres. Take a rest from exploring in the Earl Grey Tea House for a bite to eat and a cup of Earl Grey Tea.

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National Trust's Cragside

Morpeth

Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age.

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Chipchase Castle

Hexham

The site features formal and informal gardens, one walled garden is used as a nursery for unusual perennial plants. Chipchase is a rugged border castle of the 14th century consisting of a great Pele tower with corner turrets. The Township of Chipchase is in the parish of Chollerton, some ten miles south-west of Hexham, in south-west Northumberland.

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Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens

Nr Morpeth

Prepare to be enchanted by Belsay's Grecian architecture, medieval castle, and twenty acres of outstanding gardens. Roam the grand 'Pillar Hall', adventure into the Quarry Garden with exotic plants around every twist and turn, and enjoy wonderful views from the top of the castle tower.

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The Alnwick Garden

Alnwick

Where else could you marvel at the sight of a meerkat riding a camel in front of a 120 water jet Grand Cascade before taking lunch at one of the largest wooden treehouses in the world, nestled 18 meters above the ground? Only at The Alnwick Garden.

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Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh

Bamburgh Castle dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period. There are a number of trails to check out and there's also an abundance of wildlife to see. During the summer there are art galleries to view and the cafe is open all year.

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Preston Tower

Chathill

The Preston pele tower, which is owned by GJ Baker Cresswell, was built between 1392 and 1399. The gardens around the house provide a peaceful and attractive setting for the pele tower. There are three short walks in the grounds and nearby woodland that allow visitors to see some of the interesting trees and shrubs in the grounds, which include tulip trees, walnuts, and a Gingko biloba. The woodland walk will take you through beech woods to a secluded spring. Water is pumped from the spring to a tank in the tower, and thence to the house. Visitors may also catch sight of the wildlife that lives in the grounds and woodland around Preston.

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Chillingham Castle

Alnwick

Chillingham Castle is a 13th century, Grade I listed stronghold in Northumberland, famed for action and battles. The gardens of the castle were designed by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville and the castle commands breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. There are also lakes, parklands, castle state rooms, dungeons and the torture Chamber are able to view. Refreshments and food are available at the medieval castle tea room.

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Stanton Hall Gardens And Nursery

Stanton

Stanton Hall is situated west of Morpeth in England's northern county Northumberland. A small family run business, it offers something different from the larger garden centres.

Herterton House Gardens

Morpeth

A sixteenth century farmhouse with a walled garden made after 1976. There is topiary, a physic garden and a flower garden.

National Trust's Cherryburn

Stocksfield

This unassuming Northumbrian farmstead is the birthplace of famous artist and naturalist Thomas Bewick. Set in a tranquil garden with views across the Tyne Valley, Cherryburn is surrounded by the natural world that inspired his work.

Longframlington Gardens

Morpeth

Longframlington Gardens is being created by Hazel Huddleston MCIHort – as a multi-tasking centre for horticulture plants and gardens. It offers a wonderful place to visit, whether looking for plants to buy for your own garden, looking for a unique garden to visit, or just wanting a beautiful place to find a coffee shop.

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Dilston Physic Garden

Corbridge

Extraordinary yet tranquil medicinal garden overlooking a winding river.

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Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens

Nr Morpeth

Prepare to be enchanted by Belsay's Grecian architecture, medieval castle, and twenty acres of outstanding gardens. Roam the grand 'Pillar Hall', adventure into the Quarry Garden with exotic plants around every twist and turn, and enjoy wonderful views from the top of the castle tower.

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The Alnwick Garden

Alnwick

Where else could you marvel at the sight of a meerkat riding a camel in front of a 120 water jet Grand Cascade before taking lunch at one of the largest wooden treehouses in the world, nestled 18 meters above the ground? Only at The Alnwick Garden.

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National Trust's Seaton Delaval Hall

Whitley Bay

Seaton Delaval may have been one of the architect Sir John Vanbrugh’s smallest country houses, but it was home to the larger than life Delaval family. The house and surrounding landscape were in keeping with the style expected in Georgian society, yet behind the formality lies a story of theatrical mischief.

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National Trust's Cragside

Morpeth

Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age.

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National Trust's Wallington

Morpeth

Discover Wallington, much-loved home to generations of the unconventional Trevelyan family. The house is surrounded by an informal landscape of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland and farmland, just waiting to be explored.

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Preston Tower

Chathill

The Preston pele tower, which is owned by GJ Baker Cresswell, was built between 1392 and 1399. The gardens around the house provide a peaceful and attractive setting for the pele tower. There are three short walks in the grounds and nearby woodland that allow visitors to see some of the interesting trees and shrubs in the grounds, which include tulip trees, walnuts, and a Gingko biloba. The woodland walk will take you through beech woods to a secluded spring. Water is pumped from the spring to a tank in the tower, and thence to the house. Visitors may also catch sight of the wildlife that lives in the grounds and woodland around Preston.

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Chillingham Castle

Alnwick

Chillingham Castle is a 13th century, Grade I listed stronghold in Northumberland, famed for action and battles. The gardens of the castle were designed by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville and the castle commands breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. There are also lakes, parklands, castle state rooms, dungeons and the torture Chamber are able to view. Refreshments and food are available at the medieval castle tea room.

Longframlington Gardens

Morpeth

Longframlington Gardens is being created by Hazel Huddleston MCIHort – as a multi-tasking centre for horticulture plants and gardens. It offers a wonderful place to visit, whether looking for plants to buy for your own garden, looking for a unique garden to visit, or just wanting a beautiful place to find a coffee shop.

Herterton House Gardens

Morpeth

A sixteenth century farmhouse with a walled garden made after 1976. There is topiary, a physic garden and a flower garden.

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The Alnwick Garden

Alnwick

Where else could you marvel at the sight of a meerkat riding a camel in front of a 120 water jet Grand Cascade before taking lunch at one of the largest wooden treehouses in the world, nestled 18 meters above the ground? Only at The Alnwick Garden.

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National Trust's Seaton Delaval Hall

Whitley Bay

Seaton Delaval may have been one of the architect Sir John Vanbrugh’s smallest country houses, but it was home to the larger than life Delaval family. The house and surrounding landscape were in keeping with the style expected in Georgian society, yet behind the formality lies a story of theatrical mischief.

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Chillingham Castle

Alnwick

Chillingham Castle is a 13th century, Grade I listed stronghold in Northumberland, famed for action and battles. The gardens of the castle were designed by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville and the castle commands breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. There are also lakes, parklands, castle state rooms, dungeons and the torture Chamber are able to view. Refreshments and food are available at the medieval castle tea room.

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National Trust's Cragside

Morpeth

Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age.

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