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Good for what it is
IvyFlood, Hexham, United Kingdom
We are members and this place is quite local to us so we decided to give it a go. A lovely little cottage with small grounds to match. It doesn't take long to look around unless you stop to pet the donkeys for a while, which we did! The staff were very welcoming and friendly and I decided to purchase one of their passports and so got my very first stamp in it here! I'm not sure I'd return as there isn't much to draw us back but what is there was very enjoyable and I'm glad it's another one ticked off for us.
Small but well worth a visit
tim186328, Penrith, United Kingdom
This is a small property but well worth a visit. The team make you feel So welcome and as so friendly. Nothing to much trouble they spend time telling you all about the property and who lived there. It was very interesting. Plenty of places for children to play. Great to see the donkeys.
Small but interesting
MillsWalbyoff, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Just a house and a cottage and a small area of land but very interesting place - the carvings by Bewick (never heard of him!) are inspiring and their tiny cottage home is amazing (9 people sqeezed in there...). Friendly helpful staff and a pleasant drink in the kitchen cafe
A Little Gem
TruthMunkie, Northumberland, United Kingdom
This is my local NT property and my family and I visit, maybe, 6 times a year. The home of Thomas Bewick, a celebrated author and wood engraver, this property is very small but is set in the beautiful Tyne Valley and plays host to all sorts of fun and games during summer holidays and at other times of the year. As much as my family love Cherryburn, I certainly wouldn't make a point of travelling a great distance to visit as the property is very small. However, if you're in the area, the NT always lay on fun family activities on the well-kept lawn during the summer holidays, as well as periodic events including the opportunity to get up close and very personal with birds of prey. Add in a small tearoom, a woodland play area, a colony of bees and a walk with donkeys and alpacas and I'd say that Cherryburn is a recipe for an excellent afternoon out for the whole family. Please don't think that properties have to be enormous to be of any interest; Cherryburn may be small but it's perfectly formed.
Interesting exhibits and pretty location
cuccir, Durham, United Kingdom
Hadn't heard of Thomas Bewick, but as National Trust members I enjoyed this place anyway - interesting exhibits in a quiet and peaceful setting. Nice gardens and property, and the museum part is informative. Not the biggest property and I'd say a little pricey for the full admission, but for what there is to display it's well done