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A National Trust property with great views and lovely woodland walks. You may see wildlife roaming the woods or you may just want a place where the children can play on the swings. This is definitely a great place to visit!
What a great day out for the kids, was a little worried about the weather, but just wrapped the kids up in clothing that they could get muddy in and had a great day in the park with slides and swings etc.
Would recommend this...More
Came to Gibside on Boxing Day. Tried one of their Cheese Scones. They are back to their high standards again after a period of tasteless cheese scones.
Looks like National Trust are back on track again with their Cheese Scones.
You can't fault their meals....More
First time we visited Gibside half year ago and since that time we have been there 5 times. Mind-we have never used the cafe.
So far we completed all the routes in Gibside.
When the weather is nice and we fancy a little bit of...More
The magic of Christmas does not reside in Gibsides Santa experience.
After standing awkwardly in a small lacklustre room, with a sullen and silent elf, we were invited in to see Santa. The room was silent and eerily dark, Santa’s beard was skew-whiff and the...More
Despite living in the area for the last decade, today was the first time I actually visited Gibside.
I took advantage of the history tour lead by a lovely man named Angus. What a great story: All the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster. Whether you’re...More
Lots to see for both grown ups and children. There is a large play/adventure area to keep the children entertained for an afternoon. Lots of places of interest and walks as well as a couple of lovely little cafes
Response from blackwhite85 | Reviewed this property |
Dogs welcome in grounds on leads; assistance dogs only allowed inside chapel and cafe's. Dogs are allowed in the library at the stables, which can be used to eat your cream scone and tea if it's rainy!