The Alnwick Garden is the brainchild of The Duchess of Northumberland and a multi-award winning visitor attraction based in Alnwick, Northumberland. The 12 acres of meandering and magnificent Gardens are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku Cherry Orchard, a Grand Cascade comprising 120 water jets and the world’s largest Treehouse Restaurant.
Please note: The Alnwick Garden will be closed on Saturday 5 October, 2019.
Address: The Alnwick Garden, The Gardeners Cottage, Greenwell Road Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1HB
Nearest Station: Alnmouth Station (10 mins)
Nearest Airport: Newcastle International Airport (45 mins)
Telephone: 01665 511852
The Treehouse is available for private hire for celebrations, special events and weddings. (Capacity: up to 100)
Breath-taking views, a light, contemporary space and exceptional hospitality make The Pavilion at The Alnwick Garden an extraordinary event venue. (Capacity: up to 350)
The Pavilion Kitchen
A range of new menus have been introduced at The Pavilion Kitchen using seasonal and high-quality local produce, with Searcys chefs reimagining classic British fare.
The Treehouse Restaurant
The Treehouse Restaurant at The Alnwick Garden offers a magical dining experience to remember, with wooden walkways, twinkling lights and roaring log fire.
The Bakery by John Searcy
The Bakery by John Searcy is named after the company’s founder and one-time patisserie chef for the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. The menu includes award-winning coffees and a range of freshly baked bread, homemade sandwiches and wholesome cakes.
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