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This was my second stay at Chillingham and I absolutely did not want to leave! The apartments are clean with wood burner and heaters, beds are comfy too. You are able to go into the inner courtyard in the evening which makes for dramatic photography...More
Sorry Sally cannot agree we thought the castle was amazing, not only were the artefacts very interesting but inspirational peace’s of his families achievements & adventures. The staff were very knowledgeable & friendly which helped to make our visit unforgettable, we will be back. On...More
Northumberland is awash with castles and fortifications so I would recommend that you try one of these. Chillingham is a storage unit for a personal collection of fairly tatty antiques and memorabilia, dark and dusty. Did nothing to appeal to me at all.
Chillingham Castle offers dinners and functions in its Banquetting Room. However, this is a very old stone castle which seems to have no internal heating so it is necessary to wrap up to avoid being very cold whilst dining - even in summer. The stone...More
My brother, son and I stayed at CHILLINGHAM in the Grey apt and Oh My goodness what a treat! One felt as if they stepped back in time. If you don't mind climbing the medieval stairs it is so well worth it. We saw deer...More
Having planned a couple of hours to visit the castle and grounds, we were still there some four and a half hours later. It definitely does not possess the regimented, manicured atmosphere of a National Trust property; it is more an exuberant testament to Sir...More
Parking in the lumber yard, or car park with lumber storage as some might say was OK, the pathway to the Castle was OK if you're fit and healthy, but otherwise beware and if it's raining you'll be wearing most of the path. I don't...More
From the outside, Chilligham is an interesting melange of building styles from different periods producing a somewhat thrown together feel. But this proves to be the perfect stage to hold the collection of often eccentric (meant purely in a positive sense) items that the current...More
The castle itself is lovely as are the surrounding grounds/gardens.
Full of all sorts of odds and ends, there is certainly plenty to look at. The sheer amount of taxidermy and animal skins put me off the place a bit but otherwise there were some...More