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The hall is signposted from the A696 and there's a long driveway before reaching plenty of parking. The walk to the castle goes through lovely formal gardens and more interestingly a quarry garden. The walk through the garden was lovely even on a dull November...More
We have been visiting Belsay Hall every year for 5 years on our annual visit to Northumberland. The Hall is worth the visit but it is the gardens that are the main attraction. Walking through the quarry gardens is a must as it is so...More
Broke a journey North with a few hours at Belsay Hall. This is one of English Heritage's absolute gems. The fine weather enhanced the visit, making the gardens in the quarry look absolutely stunning. The The lad who gave us our tickets was full of...More
Was keen to visit as the garden sounded so interesting, but it was so hard to find! Absolutely no signage at all on the A1 when coming from the north, and even when we eventually found Belsay Village the sign for the Castle is so...More
This is an amazing site. First, Belsay Hall: externally a rather austere early 1800s "villa" which internally is devoid of any furniture or fittings. This makes for a slightly eerie feel but allows for an appreciation of the dimensions and structure of neo-classical Georgian architecture....More
Visited this English Heritage property when looking for somewhere to visit while on holiday. The House is completely devoid of contents, but it’s worth having the guided tour. Not sure about the recorded wailing music coming from the fire places.
The gardens, particularly the quarry...More
Visited during the bank holiday jousting weekend. Whilst we were not interested in the English Heritage Jousting although didn't mind the extra £1.70 as we are EH members. Felt rather sorry in the Hall as it is devoid of furniture and seems to be quite...More
Wamted to visit the "castle"but surprised it's so muchmore. There's the House, it's a stately home sightings for kids and entertainment, then you can walk through the eerie gardens to the actual Castle. one going through a "lost world". ( dinosaurs there?) Medieval with additions,...More
Being members of English Heritage, myself, my mother and fiance visited over bank holiday visit. On arrival we discovered there was a medieval jousting tournament on and there was an additional £1.50 entry fee per person which we thought was justified.
Firstly we visited the...More
Thursday 23rd August 18, my husband and I decided to go to Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens under the care of The English Heritage.
First of all my husband and I visited Belsey Hall. The Middleton family lived in Belsey Castle until the completion in...More
Yes . You can catch a bus from Eldon Square Bus Station to Jedburgh which only runs a few times a day, not sure of the number. The bus stops at Belsay then you'd walk to the Hall grounds or get a lift.