Escape to the breathtaking setting of Crook Hall and Gardens in Durham City – enjoy afternoon tea in the medieval hall or explore the spectacular gardens.
Crook Hall and Gardens is a real hidden gem in Durham City. Just minutes from the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a beautiful oasis of peace and tranquility.
Visitors can explore the 13th century Grade I-listed medieval hall and enjoy a homemade cream tea in the pretty courtyard or in front of the fire in the Georgian dining room.
Wander the English themed gardens, one of which has an amazing view of Durham Cathedral, and enjoy the second flush of colour from the roses and perennials that make autumn an excellent time of year to visit Crook Hall.
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