Looks fantastic from the outside normally but the central building is covered with scaffolding at the moment and, as has been the case for many years, the inside is just a brick shell with not too much to see but may give an idea of what it was like in its heyday.
The current main area to look at is the West Wing which is worth a look and Lord Delaval still has rooms here. It's not huge and doesn't take long to look round but is well kept, though not disabled friendly as far as I could see.
The stables are interesting and there is a nice tearoom and easily accessible toilets.
In summer the gardens are small but pleasant.
Occasionally they have a "Northumberland day" when locals can get in free.
It is a bout a mile in from a nice coast with sand dunes and village, Seaton Sluice, with cafes, pubs and a small harbour.
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