Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology

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Wynyard Hall

Wynyard Hall

View over ornamental lake to the hall

Wynyard Hall

Wynyard Hall

Ground floor plan showing assessment of significance

Wynyard Hall

Wynyard Hall

View of hall with Wellington Monument in background

Wynyard Hall

Wynyard Hall

The walled garden

Wynyard Hall is a grade II* listed country house in County Durham.  Described in the Pevsner architectural guide to the county as its ‘most splendid 19th century mansion house,’ the house is now a hotel.  Set in listed parkland, with a number of listed features such as bridges and decorative temples, the estate as a whole is a remarkable product of the Vane-Tempest-Stewarts who appointed Philip Wyatt to rebuild the mansion in the 1830s.

Working with landscape historian Fiona Green, our conservation plan assisted in the wider aspiration to further develop outlying parts of the estate as well as to conserve and enhance the country house and designed landscape.  Further reports were prepared for the Walled Garden area and for an extension to the Wynyard Village development.

 


Useful links:

Client website - www.wynyardhall.co.uk
Pastscape entry - NS 46 SW 9
List entry - 1139221