National trust house & gardens. Only visited the gardens. We visited the wildlife hide & spotted a cheeky stoat eating from the bird feeder as well as some birds, blue tits, robins, tree creeper & woodpecker. Then a walk along the wansbeck river and across the stepping stones. A gentle walk about 21/2 miles. This national trust property has a... 更多
What a great visit to get into the Christmas spirit! House was beautifully decorated for Christmas with lots to see and activities for the youngsters. Lovely cafe and shop. Would like to return in summer and take more time walking the lovely grounds. Thoroughly recommend a visit.
Visiting Wallington in the Autumnwill let you see some amazing Autumn colours. Anytime of the year is good to visit but Autumn for us is the best. Lovely walks. Good cafe for hot drinks and food when weather cold. Great.
We visited Wellington for the first time yesterday, as you enter there is a very good cafe, that caters to all needs and on two floors so lots of space, as it was half term there was lots to keep the children busy, we didn't have children with us but we enjoyed watching them tire themselves out with the activities.... 更多
Extensively renovated house set in large grounds laid out in 18th century. Pleasant walks, shrubberies and woodland. Unusual features include some stone griffin heads on the lawn. As with any National Trust property there are printed guide notes in each room as well as staff on hand to answer questions. Small gift shop; cafe/restaurant.
Took a day trip to visit Wallington Hall to hopefully see the red Squirrels, was rather pleased that they did show up the grounds are very well maintained and a lovely place for photography , only let down was the roast beef and roast potatoes meal I ordered, (ok putting two very small potatoes on the plate does satisfy the... 更多
We visited Wallington Hall with friends from the USA, following one of the woodland trails as well as the house. The National Trust volunteers were incredibly helpful and informative, the house fascinating (especially the display of dolls' houses) and the woodland trail by the lake and sunken garden a delight. There is more to see on every visit and a... 更多
Well worth combining this with visit to Cragside as its just down the road. The house is fascinating particularly the grand central hall. The gardens are well worth a walk round also.