Home to 1solicitors York office are a host of local attractions was gives rise to the pleasure of sharing our experience for the benefits of not only just client’s but visitors.
Beningbrough Hall is within the vale of York being within accessible reach of Harrogate, Wetherby and Leeds.
Within the fabulous Italian inspired Beningbrough Hall are a host of interactive galleries from the 18th to even 21st Century Style digital portraits as well as a rich collection of portraits, of people who are or have made british history and culture.
There are also audio tours available for those with vision difficulties and disabled access.
Beningbrough Hall is renowned it’s richly carved and finished interiors. The estate was inherited by Ralph Bourchier in 1556 who began building the first house on a site which became the family home for a period of 150 years.
In 1700 John Bourchier, who spent almost two years in Italy, inherited the estate and subsequently built the current hall which completed in 1716 and currently stands proud at 300 years old.
Beningbrough Hall is an excellent place for those who enjoy a long outdoor walks; with the
Victorian walled garden, luxurious Edwardian borders and parkland, you’ll find plenty of space with great scenery with stunning views of the hall and a dedicated children play area. If you have dogs, the hall permits dogs on a lead so they can enjoy the day out too!
Be sure to bring your camera on the day to capture memorial moments with beautiful sightings.
The Art workshops, dressing up, sculpture modelling and family house trails are great fun and a must. You can really get a good feel of servant life.
Beningbrough Hall has an array of homewares to exclusive tableware crafted a local potter, Chris Boddy to gifts such as souvenirs of the day, colourful books, bug hunting kits and outdoor games for the garden.
If your foodie lover, then you can enjoy a broad range of spirits, jams, wines and beers to quench your thirst. Beningbrough Hall also provide Yorkshire chocolates and biscuits.
If your an avid gardener, then you can find a range of gardening tools, plants and ornaments including a wildlife sculpture made from recycled steel oil drums. It is useful to check the availability which varies depending on the season you visit.
Beningbrough Hall’s restaurant delivers a delicious range of seasonal and locally sourced food from a wide variety of fresh Yorkshire produce including rhubarb, asparagus, beetroot and apple to berries you can be sure to indulge on freshly made food.
It is really to see that all restaurant proceeds are donated to the upkeep and conservation of Beningbrough.
If you are not feeling hungry for food, they do a great selections of teas.
Beningbrough Hall has parking and it’s free! You can also get a coach via the A19.
Beningbrough is located in Beningbrough, York, North Yorkshire, YO30 1DD
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