Belsay Hall Grounds


The grounds and parkland around Belsay Hall were laid out from 1806-1867 by Sir Charles Monck, incorporating features from an earlier landscape park developed during the 18th Century by the Middleton family. The grounds include the Quarry Garden. Belsay Hall, Castle and grounds are managed by English Heritage. Belsay Hall is a Grade I listed park and garden.

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The formal gardens at Belsay Hall

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Belsay Park

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Terrace in formal gardens, Belsay Hall

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Belsay Hall - the Yew Garden

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Belsay Hall and Gardens Magnolia Walk

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Belsay Hall, Northumberland

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Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens
- English Heritage Website, with visitor information, photos, and overview of the history of the castle and hall.

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Quarry Garden, Belsay Estate

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Giant rhubarb in the Quarry Gardens

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BELSAY HALL - Park and Garden - List Entry
- "Early picturesque landscape composition laid out chiefly 1806-67 by Sir Charles Monck, incorporating features from an earlier landscape park developed during the C18 by the Middleton family, and the medieval ...

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The croquet lawns

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Dangerous Ha-Ha!

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Belsay Hall and Gardens

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Rhododendrons in flower at Belsay Hall

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