The latest chapter of Capheaton’s long history in the hands of the Swinburne family includes the smart renovation of the West Wing adjoining the Hall, and an invitation for guests to share with family and staff the wildlife-rich surrounding park, with walks through woodland; Sir Edward’s Lake for fishing, and special events catered for in the Hall.
There will be a friendly welcome, and something delicious and homemade along with a bottle of wine waiting for you. When you meet the gardener she will find out what you fancy from the prolific kitchen garden too.
Bikers and hikers love the wild beauty of the Northumbrian countryside and returning for a hot soak in the bath-with-a-view is a memorable treat. The sandy coast, and Alnwick, are 45 minutes’ drive. Belsay, Cragside and Wallington Hall closer. And do visit The Village Hall for tea on weekends, and The Badger pub in Ponteland.