Stately Homes Of Northumberland
You will have heard that Northumberland boasts many castles that are filled with historic significance and wonderment, but something else that you can find in Northumberland is its eye catching beautiful stately homes. See how the wealthy lived many years ago by wondering the delightfully decorated stately homes that are now open to the public, places such as the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity, Cragside House. Or perhaps Seaton Delaval Hall which was home to the Delaval family and now plays a major part in the history of the North East.
Whatever attractions you decide to visit in Northumberland, whether that’s a beautiful stately home, a historic castle or a visit to the museum, there’s plenty to see and do. You will find yourself delving into the history of the North East and at the end of the day, you can retreat to your peaceful room with us at Warkworth House Hotel.
Located west of Berwick upon Tweed, Paxton House is a beautiful Stately Home with origional interiors. It is family friendly and they are events all year round.Visit site
This stunning Stately Home is a privetly owned family home that is alo opened to the public. Located in Stocksfield, Northumberland you can discover its paintings, original furniture and historical features.Visit site
Just north of Morpeth is the wonder of Cragside House. Open to the public this house used to be home to Lord Armstrong, a Victorian inventor. you can expect to see this Stately Home full of historic gadgets.Visit site
Seaton Delaval Hall
Seaton Delaval Hall is an 18th Century building that was a great place for theatre and drama. You can find this stunning bulding just noth of Whitley Bay, Northumberland.Visit site
Howick Hall Gardens
This grade II Stately Home is located in Alnwick and it was the home of the Prime Minister Charles, 2nd Earl Grey. The house & gardens offer a beautiful landscape for a great day out with all the family.Visit site