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Burton Agnes Hall, Burton Agnes

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  • My wife and I visited for the first time today. What a great day we had the gardens were brilliant especially the walled garden. A space you could spend hours exploring so much to see and plenty of se...  more »
  • I enjoyed a great day out at Burton Agnes Hall. This stately home is one of my favourite places to visit. I visit many stately homes but this has to be one of my favourites. I is a lived in home and i...  more »
  • Lovely walled garden with a few garden games to keep the children and adults entertained. There is a small wooded area that is nice for a short wander. And a lawned area for relaxing and having a picn...  more »
  • The hall is an attractive building, I didn't go inside, the gardens are a little different to others with the addition of large games. There are chess, draughts and snakes and ladders all blended into the walled garden. The garden will be at it's best in mid summer I'm sure I saw it at Easter so there wasn't much to see in terms of flowers. There is a good plant sales area which I thought was well priced with some unusual stock.
  • Beautiful plants for sale quite inexpensive. The house is a red brick and cream building, really comfortable in its setting. I was happy just sitting outside on the cafĂ© patio looking on, surrounded by lovely trees and with pleasant appreciative clientele. We didn't have time to go round the house. Such a pleasant visit. Who wouldn't want to come back here. The staff were helpful and happy. This whole place was really well cared for. Nice shop to mainly souvenirs. Quite a lot of younger people here 25 to 45 range with parents, or just their own families. All buying those plants many of them were unusual varieties. There is also a 13th century church there too which you can look round. Wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
  • Beautiful day. The gardens are beautiful and thet activity sheet kept our 6 year old entertained. Walled garden had giant games and the maze was lots of fun. House was beautiful. A lovely family day out.
  • Called in to fill a couple hours. Was ideal. A great welcome then we were off exploring the hall. So many fantastic things to see and stories to discover.
  • A great place to look round with lovely gardens with an outdoor game of chess. Cafe opened early for us as had agreed to meet family there thinking it opened an hour earlier than it did. Some gift shops and plants for sale too.

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