Ford & Etal is a place to discover. Home to the Joicey family for over 100 years, this large rural Northumberland estate offers a host of places to visit and things to do and a great range of accommodation.
Centred on the two villages of Ford & Etal which lie in the valley of the River Till, between the Scottish Border and the Cheviot Hills and just a few miles inland from Holy Island and Bamburgh, a visit here is a journey with no set trail or prescribed route.
Whether exploring the corn mill, walking the Flodden battlefield, viewing the stunning pre-Raphaelite paintings in Ford, riding on the steam railway, enjoying home baking in one of the tearooms, or exploring the more hidden corners of this estate we offer you a warm Northumbrian welcome and a great day out!
"We take real pleasure in welcoming thousands of people to Ford & Etal every year, whether for their first visit or because they come back frequently and regularly. I hope you too will come to love the place as much as we do."