Thomas Lumley

‘Thomas Lumley’ is located in the Castle Mews immediately adjacent to the Old Courtyard. Built in 2006, this bedroom is stylishly furnished to a high standard with full en-suite facilities, flat screen TV, radio, direct-dial telephone, internet access, trouser press, tea and coffee making facilities, hospitality tray and hairdryer.

History behind the name…
The Earl of Somerset had no children to bequeath Lumley Castle to, therefore the Castle and its land were restored to its rightful owners – in this case Thomas, Sir Ralph’s grandson. Sir Thomas was considered an important figure in court. He was involved in the successful siege of Bamburgh Castle and accompanied Edward IV into battle to oppose the late Queen Margaret’s forces.