Add Your Own Review

Cragside - National Trust

Attraction - Historic house or stately home

Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7PX, United Kingdom

Rating Rating Rating Rating Rating

7 Reviews

Latest Reviews

Cragside was originally built on a bare rocky hillside which has been transformed by the planting of over seven million trees. There are over 40 miles of footpaths and waymarked walks.

The Visitor...

A splendid wooden staircase leads to the upper floors. A corridor to the left leads to the bedrooms and the morning room.

The red bedroom overlooks the rock gardens and still retains its 1930s...

The main reception rooms and the servants area are on the ground floor. The bedrooms, owl suite, gallery and drawing room are on the first and second floors.

The main door leads into a large wood...

People run out of superlatives to describe Cragside. They vary form ‘a palace of the modern magician’ to Pevsners’ description of ‘The most dramatic Victorian mansion in the north of England’....

It would be difficult to write a more comprehensive review of Cragside than that of Silver Travellers PamWNorth in 2014, or most recently of Laume who visited about the same time as we did....

We went to visit Cragside for the day. This is a beautiful old house built on the Northumbrian moors back in the 1800s by a very innovative couple Lord and Lady Armstrong. This was the first home...

An intriguing, unusual and magnificent Victorian house, filled with ingenious gadgets, set in a thousand acre estate with miles and miles of footpaths, tranquil lakes, tumbling streams, formal...