The grounds of Middleton Hall comprise of stunning woodland, calming lakes and beautiful countryside. Together with the surrounding area, Middleton Hall is a versatile and enthralling location. Located 45 minutes North of Newcastle and within the glorious North East Middleton Hall is the ideal base to explore from.
For those looking to explore, the area within the grounds provides numerous walks for people of all abilities enabling you to experience the amazing nature on our doorstep.
Families will also be delighted with the number of attractions within easy reach. Only a few miles away, you’ll come across both Alnwick Castle and Gardens, and Bamburgh Castle.
And for those who like to sprinkle their holiday with a little more hustle and bustle, you’ll find the historic Newcastle city centre less than 45 minutes away. Edinburgh is also easily accessible by train or road.
Whatever experience you’re looking for, Middleton Hall is ideally located.
We count ourselves extremely lucky to have a family of otters living with us here at Middleton Hall. The Middleton otters are a curious and intelligent family who enjoy swimming and playing in all weather conditions. Due to the otters' friendly nature, visitors to Middleton Hall may even get the chance to meet their furry neighbours.
Northumberland is an outstanding area of natural beauty. With its spectacular landscapes and sandy beaches, it’s the perfect UK holiday destination. The serenity of the countryside is suitably complimented by bustling market towns such as Alnwick, Hexham, Berwick and Morpeth.
Northumberland is also home to more castles than any other UK region. It boasts an amazing National Park and has some naturally stunning locations across The Farne Islands.
Northumberland also offers remarkable historic experiences such as Hadrian’s Wall and Holy Island; the birthplace of English Christianity.
Bordered by Scotland and Tyne and Wear, Northumberland is easily accessible from nationally accredited, exciting cities such as Edinburgh and Newcastle.