NZ 288-510 County Durham England
Lumley Castle was originally a medieval fortified manor house, founded by the Lumley family. In 1389 to 1392, Sir Ralph Lumley founded the stone quadrangular castle, when he was granted a licences to crenellate his manor house. Visit pending. 6 miles north-west at Beamish is Pockerley Farmhouse and 7 miles south is Durham Castle.
Lumley Castle is located east of Chester-le-Street, off Ropery Lane. 7 miles north of Durham, on the A1-167.
The hotel is owned by The House of Scarbrough and access is restricted to guests with reservations for an overnight stay or dining in the restaurant.
There is a car park.