Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens, Beningbrough

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • An excellent country estate with beautifully laid out gardens. The houses history is interesting in that unlike most English country houses it hasn't stayed in one family. Michael the room guide in th...  more »
  • First visit to this attraction, despite many visits to nearby York. So pleased I made the effort. Staff at this property were very relaxed and friendly. Information was free and plentiful. The gardens...  more »
  • The house is beautifully furnished with many lovely pieces of furniture to admire especially the intricately carved wooden cabinets, tables and chairs. The many beautifully frames paintings are a sigh...  more »
Google
  • Lovely hall, though I didn't know there was audio guide until the end. Some of the guides in tbe rooms gave great information though. The gardens are lovely on a sunny day
  • The hall and gardens are great to walk around and the story of the hall and how it was used by the forces during the war is really interesting. There is also a small shop and cafeteria on site. Food in the cafe is good.
  • Not the cheapest prices but very much more than a cafe. Good range of food and drink. Well stocked shop at one end
  • Plenty of grounds to walk around with playarea for children. On site kitchen offering hot & cold meals. The house it's self is interesting to walk around, you have a a walk around recorded information or the printed booklet. Also holds part of the national portrait gallery.
  • Lovely place and gardens. Good play area. Cafes NT prices so take a flask