Eggleston Hall

Ashlar mansion on the site of a manor house forfeited to the Crown by Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland, for his role in the 1569 Rising of the North.

Barnard Castle, Co Durham, DL12 0AG

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We’d like to welcome you to the Coach House and Gardens at Eggleston Hall, a Greek revival Georgian home redesigned in 1816 by Ignatius Bonomi, which overlooks the River Tees in outstanding surroundings.

The walled gardens are open to visitors throughout the year. The Coach House café and tea shop are open daily from early February until Christmas.

Opening Times

Visiting the house is by appoinment only. The Coach House Cafe and teashop are open to visitors daily, from February to Christmas. For more information, please see our website.


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