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Wynyard Hall is the destination of choice for locals and tourists alike, with lots to see and do. From staying in luxury accommodation (including bespoke bedrooms, suites and private hot tub cottages surrounded by uninterrupted views of the parkland) to dining at the aa rosette Wellington Restaurant or exploring The Gardens – home to 3,000 beautiful roses, shrubs and trees, highlighted with graceful water features and meandering paths.
The Gardens was developed with the help of award winning designer Alistair Baldwin and the venue’s own team of dedicated gardeners, with roses supplied by David Austin. Next to The Gardens sits a Farm Shop filled with the finest locally sourced and artisan produce the North East has to offer including dairy, meat, handmade confectionery, relishes, gifts, homeware, gardening accessories and seasonal plants. It also has café serving a seasonally changing menu and hot and cold drinks.
Wander down towards the lake and you’ll find Wynyard Hall’s Spa. Built within the old Victorian Boathouse, it allows guests to relax in tranquil outdoor space. Inside the Spa, you will find an impressive thermal suite with a herbal sauna, salt inhalation room and Rasul mud chamber.
Guests wanting a bite to eat should head to the library for a spot of Afternoon Tea or experience the refined textures and flavours of the Wellington’s menu. A menu which is rooted in the very soil it stands on, with dishes created using ingredients foraged from The Gardens and surrounding 150-acre estate. The chefs work alongside an experienced team of gardeners to create sustainable, home-grown produce that firmly reflects the kitchen’s ethos.
In addition to leisure visits, Wynyard Hall is a popular destination for both corporate events and weddings.