Dating from 1688, Wallington is an impressive family home with a magnificent interior and a fine collection, including ceramics, paintings, dolls' houses, needlework and curiosities.

The ancestral home of the liberal-minded Trevelyan dynasty, Wallington boasts a remarkable Central Hall, which was decorated to look like an Italian courtyard and features a series of famous paintings of Northumbrian history by the Pre-Raphaelite William Bell Scott. In the Parlour there are paintings by Turner, Ruskin and Burne-Jones.

The house is set within a tranquil landscape of lawns, lakes, parkland, woodland and a beautiful walled garden.


Wallington

Cambo, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 4AR

01670 773600

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