Crook Hall and Gardens (Sidegate) Reviews
Description:Contact: Crook Hall & Gardens, Frankland Lane, Sidegate, Durham / Tel: 0191 384 8028
Newest Review: ... place with unexpected nooks and crannies, there's a turret room above a spiral staircase, a balcony over the hall which leads to another small room, and all sorts of interesting items dotted around. The owners have made an effort to make this an interesting attraction for children, so there are several child friendly features, for example on the balcony a note dares visitors to sit in the ... more
Customer Crook Hall and Gardens (Sidegate) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/01/11 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Crook Hall is a grade 1 listed Mediaeval hall and gardens within walking distance of Durham city centre. It's famous for it's gardens, and although I do enjoy being outdoors in beautiful surroundings I'm unable to give much information on the types of plants and the kind of detail garden lovers will enjoy as I'm not much of a gardener myself, but I'll do my best to describe it. ~First Impressions~ Once through the gate, admission is paid at a shed in a garden in which the central feature is a maze. It's planted with cotoneaster and is at about waist height for adults. It looks more simple than it is and it's certainly tricky enough for ... Read the complete review
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