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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Washington

Located in Tyne and Wear the town of Washington was well known for its coal mining industry and has a mining museum to celebrate this. It also has a Wildlife and Wetland Nature reserve which has ducks, herons, geese and Chilean Flamingos. Places to Visit in or near Washington Parham House & Gardens and Parham Gardens are listed below.
21 Results In Or Near Washington
3.7 miles from centre of Washington
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Set in the heart of an ancient deer park, Parham House and Gardens is situated below the South Downs. The house and gardens have been lovingly restored by the P
3.8 miles from centre of Washington
Dog/Pet friendly
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There are two gardens at Parham - the 18th century Pleasure Grounds, 7 acres of rolling lawns leading gently down to the brick and turf maze and lake, specimen
5.6 miles from centre of Washington
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Located in the village of Amberley in the beautiful West Sussex countryside, Amberley Castle is a unique luxury hotel stepped in over 900 years of history.
7 miles from centre of Washington
Visit Arundel Museum to find out more about the fascinating story of the town, the river, the countryside and its people. In this family-friendly museum, there are children's activities and trails to enjoy.
7.1 miles from centre of Washington
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Loved by locals and tourists alike, Arundel Castle holds a special place in the heart of England (it's been a visitor attraction for 200 years) and it's all the more special since it is still lived in to this day. The site's history dates back almost 1,000 years when a motte was built in 1068 and the subsequent buildings that have been added to the site have been home to the Dukes of Norfolk and their descendants for 850 years. As you might expect, the place is groaning with priceless antique...
7.1 miles from centre of Washington
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From its imposing position on a West Sussex hill, Arundel Castle offers stunning views of the South Downs. Visitors are free to explore the castle, the keep, the walled garden and the 40-acre Collector Earl's Garden.
7.2 miles from centre of Washington
Finding a 16th century carved walnut Florentine ceiling in a converted Regency townhouse in West Sussex is a surprise. But you won't be distracted by it long once you tuck into chef Lee Williams's keenly priced menu of locally sourced ingredients. Well judged modern British dishes are prepared with skill and care and might include pancetta and broad bean risotto with pigeon breast, corn fed chicken supreme with foie gras boudin blanc and savoy cabbage and a classic chocolate Marquise with cof...
8.5 miles from centre of Washington
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A modern cafe/restaurant designed by award-winning architect, Thomas Heatherwick. East Beach serves favourite seaside classics in a relaxed and welcoming environment, all year round.
9.3 miles from centre of Washington
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A 300-year-old country pub with rooms set within the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. At The Welldiggers Arms you can savour exquisite cuisine in the airy dining room and sip a pint of local ale in the cosy bar. Watch the chefs hard at work in the open kitchen while you dine on a menu of seasonal British classics, or admire the view afforded by the large picture windows overlooking a beautiful coppice and the South Downs. Much of the produce used is sourced from their bount...
10 miles from centre of Washington
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Many restaurants these days have a chefs table where you can watch all the action of a professional kitchen. At South Lodge Hotel, we've gone one better and put all the restaurant tables in the kitchen so no one has to miss out on any of the fun. The contemporary design features sumptuous leather stools, banquette seating and wall mounted monitors relaying action from the part of the kitchen you can't see from your seat. The food is as cutting edge as the concept, with between four and twelve...
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