Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with some of Britain’s finest Robert Adam interiors Newby Hall is home to a wonderful collection of Chippendale furniture, Gobelins tapestries and classical statuary. With 25 acres of award winning gardens including one of Europe’s largest double herbaceous borders, an enchanting woodland walk and a miniature railway, younger visitors will also enjoy the exciting adventure gardens.
Newburgh Priory is a magical location for your perfect day. Brimming with old fashioned charm and elegance it provides the ideal venue for civil ceremonies and wedding receptions.
Founded as a monastery in 1145 Newburgh is a magnificent stately home surrounded by 40 acres of picturesque grounds, lakes and ancient woodland. Steeped in history and set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the house provides uninterrupted views across the lake to the Hambleton Hills and the White Horse. The house’s monastic past, together with the fact that it has been a much loved family home for nearly 500 years, provides a marvellous serenity and warmth to this venue.
At The Sportsman’s Arms they know how to turn a memorable event into an unforgettable one. Of course, the idyllic location helps – along with having space for a marquee in the grounds – but what really makes the occasion is the team’s dedication to making sure that everything goes perfectly. With magnificent food, a truly welcoming atmosphere and attention to the smallest detail it really is the perfect venue for any celebration whether it’s a wedding, a birthday or an anniversary. By special arrangement you can even have the whole restaurant or
Saltmarshe Hall is a 19th century stately home set in mature parkland overlooking the river. The grounds offer extensive lawns, wooded areas and a secluded walled garden which contains an array of colour with its kitchen garden, hornbeam hedges and bordered walkways.
Set in 17 acres of grounds and with frontage to the River Ouse, Saltmarshe Hall is an elegant and important Grade II listed Regency country house that is often described as being one of Yorkshire’s best-kept secrets.