Enjoy majestic estates nestled perfectly in the beautiful Yorkshire landscape.
There's nothing quite like pretending to be Lord or Lady of an historic manor for the day, or strolling through gardens planted hundreds of years ago. Visit some of Yorkshire's finest manors and gardens to experience history and luxury all at once.
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Sewerby Hall & Gardens
A grade one listed manor built in 1714, Sewerby Hall is one of Yorkshire's most popular examples of an early Georgian house. With extensive gardens, shops and cafes, and even a zoo, there's plenty to explore in this estate, less than 20 minutes from The Bay Filey. Find out more here.
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Helmsley Walled Garden
Originally a kitchen garden for Duncombe Park which fell out of use after World War One, a local woman restored Helmsley Walled Garden in 1994 to the paradise it is today. Open to the public but specialising in horticultural therapy, the gardens are the perfect place to come and relax and see the beauty of nature all throughout the year. Click here to learn more.
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