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We happened to come across Howick Hall while driving along the coastal route, and were so glad we stopped off here. We went on a tour of the gardens with a volunteer. She was very knowledgeable of the history of the hall and of the...More
Plenty to see and stroll around the gardens of this lovely old hall. The new sensory garden is beautiful and relaxing.
After a gentle stroll around we stopped for some lunch and a taste of Earl Grey, the food menu may appear to simplistic but...More
We visited Howick Hall Gardens at the end of a week in the area when we visited Alnwick and Cragside amongst others. Large and somewhat impersonal the impression left. So prioritise Howick, privately owned with a delightful feel to it, the family are putting personal...More
Really beautiful place to visit and walk around. Great that no dogs are allowed. Paths all clearly marked and the accessibility map was useful. The tea room had vegan and gluten free options. Staff went the extra mile to check with the chef and came...More
My husband and I wanted a cup of tea and cake but unfortunately would have had to pay £7.00 + each as we would have to go around the garden to get to the tea room. We did not want to do this, we only...More
Lucky to visit in a tour group so shown around by the Head Gardener and two volunteers. Lord Howick used to travel abroad on plant and seed hunting expeditions but these are now undertaken by the Head Gardener. This means the Gardens are stocked with...More
One of our favourite stopping off places when we walk from Craster and back again along the coast
The new sensory garden is restful and playful and we enjoyed taking our friends for tea and scones in the Hall.
Enjoyed a lovely day here. Good variety of gardens to visit and lovely woodland walks. The earl gray tea house was superb had a seat at the window next to the bird feeders great viewing for bird watchers
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When we visited there was visitors there in a mobility scooter/wheelchair and we found most of the gardens are wheelchair friendly but obviously there are areas which would be difficult to access due to... More
When we visited there was visitors there in a mobility scooter/wheelchair and we found most of the gardens are wheelchair friendly but obviously there are areas which would be difficult to access due to steps/slight slopes but all in all I would say that most areas are accessible.
A lot of space in between tables in tea room and disabled toilet facilities are available.
The admissions hut before you go into gardens will advise you before you go in