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We had a lovely day out yesterday. There was so much to do and the castle, hall and gardens were beautiful. Staff were all lovely - special mention to Kevin (I think that was his name) as was really helpful and friendly to myself and...More
Found this after our wander through the quarry gardens. The castle is a brilliant site with so much to explore and a bright future ahead as English heritage have plans to make it even more exciting. Highly recommend this whole site
Interesting to see the insides laid bare with fireplaces up on the wall twenty feet up, and outhouses with funny faces.
The walk there is better than the effort to get there. However it had been much larger and has an interesting history fending off...More
There was a Victorian singing duo when we visited ,they looked the part with stovepipe hats and clothes, and very entertaining to. Not a lot to see in the hall,best thing was the lovely Christmas tree and trimmings. The garden was wonderfull even in the...More
My wife and I visited Belsay Castle and we were not disappointed. The staff of English Heritage were very friendly and helpful.
Although the Hall and the Castle are just ruins they provide a lovely backdrop to the unusual Gardens, which were kept in immaculate...More
As castles go this one is on the small side but it has an accessible roof with views over the sheep safely grazing in the surrounding fields. Accessed from Belsay Hall the castle benefits from being close to the quarry gardens which are a fascinating...More