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Hall by York
This is a friendly house and garden. The
grand 1716 Georgian mansion, with
impressive baroque interior, is set in a
park and gardens. There are more than 100
18th-century portraits and seven
interpretation galleries in partnership
with the National Portrait Gallery
Postcode: YO30 1DD.
Tel: 01904 472 027.
Hall by Doncaster
This is one of the most complete
surviving examples of a Victorian Country
House in England, and remains virtually
unchanged since the 1860s. Situated 5
miles to the north west of Doncaster.
Postcode: DN5 7XJ.
Tel: 01845 522 276.
by Selby/ Wedding & Corporate
The overwhelming exterior that greets you
is the ideal backdrop for wedding
photography, while the interior offers
the style, comfort and space to allow
your guests to circulate. For corporate
or social entertaining, the Staterooms at
Carlton Towers provide the perfect
setting for up to 250 delegates.
Postcode: DN14 9LZ.
Tel: 01405 861 662.
Castle Howard is one of Britain's finest
historic houses that can be visited,
still home to a family whose forebears
conceived, designed, and built it over
three centuries ago. Situated about 16
miles northeast of York by the village of
Malton. Postcode: YO60 7DA.
Tel: 01653 648 444.
Hall 19 miles north of Ripon
Set in beautiful countryside at the
entrance to Wensleydale, this extensive
romantic garden is surrounded by 18th
Century Parkland with a superb John Carr
house. Explore the stream garden with its
large architectural plants and reflection
ponds. Postcode: DL8 5LJ.
Tel: 01677 460 225 .
An 18th century Grade I listed country
house in Cusworth, near Doncaster, South
Yorkshire in the north of England. Set in
the landscaped parklands of Cusworth
Park, Cusworth Hall is a good example of
a Georgian country house. Situated about
3 miles west od doncaster. Postcode:
Tel: 01302 782 342 .
The history of the Hall is shrouded in
mystery and many legends have sprung up
about it, including it being a hiding
place for Catholics during the Civil War,
and being haunted by the Blue
LadySituated about 3 miles west od
doncaster. Postcode: HG4 3DY.
Tel: +44 (0) 1765 608888 .
For over 400 years Hovingham has been the
home of the Worsley family. The Palladian
house was built between 1750 and 1770 by
Thomas Worsley to his own design and is
unique being entered through The Riding
School. Postcode: YO62 4LU.
Tel: 01653 628771 .
Kiplin Hall by
George Calvert, Secretary of State to
King James I, built Kiplin Hall in the
early 1620s as a hunting lodge. He was
born at Kiplin, where his father leased
land, and bought the estate in 1619.
Postcode: DL10 6AT.
Tel: 01748 818178 .
The Mansion is a listed classical
building situated north of Leeds,
commanding superb views over the 700
landscaped acres of parkland, lakes and
woodland that comprise Roundhay Park.
Situated about 4 miles NorthEast of
leeds. Postcode: LS8 2ER .
Tel: 0345 450 4545 .
Woodhouse Wentworth by
One of the great political palaces with
the longest country house facade in
Europe. Built by Thomas Watson-Wentworth,
1st Marquess of Rockingham (1693-1750),
and added to by his heir, in the
nineteenth century. Present owner is
Clifford Newbold, an architect from
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