If you don’t get a chance to see a red squirrel in the Hotel grounds, you are sure to see one here!
Extra ordinary house, gardens and woodland- the wonder of its age. Visit the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity. Cragside is a garden of breathtaking drama. Armstrong constructed 5 lakes, one of Europe’s largest rock gardens, and planted over 7 million trees and shrubs.
Voted Tree of the Year 2016 and Northumberland’s most photographed spot in the whole of the Northumberland National Park. Take a walk from Housesteads Crag to Sycamore Gao and see the highest remains of Hadrian’s Wall.
Hadrian’s wall is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of England’s greatest landmarks. The wall is not an isolated ruin. The wall and surrounding area also includes milecastles, temples and Roman forts such as Housesteads, Vindolanda and Epiacum.