Set in the heart of Washington village, next to Holy Trinity Church (known locally as the church on the hill), the Old hall is a delightful and unexpected find. The manor house, which dates from the seventeenth century incorporates part of the original 12th century manor, home of George Washington's ancestors. The hall has a fine collection of oak furniture of the period and displays on the history of George Washington and American independence. You can also enjoy a peaceful walk in the Paterre garden leading to the Nuttery (a wildflower nut orchard)
National Trust Northumbria The Avenue Washington NE38 7LE
0191 4166879 Visit the Washington Old Hall (National Trust) website firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access : Ground floor house accessible to disabled by alternative route. Please telephone. Also lower gardens and tearoom via a lift. Opening Times : Open everyday from March 25-Dec 24. House 10am-4.30pm, gardens 10am-5pm, tearoom 11am-4pm. also open Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Last Admission : Last admissions: 4.30pm.
Also open Good Friday Admission Prices : Adult £6.60, child £3.50. National Trust members free.