Beningbrough Hall and Gardens (York) Reviews
Description:Address: Beningbrough / York / North Yorkshire YO30 1DD / England
Newest Review: ... that are enclosed by vegetable and fruit patches. Between the walls and the footpaths there are further vegetables and fruit patches and tree including a lean too green house. The two large grass areas have several benches for you to sit on and enjoy the garden. We alongside other families often have picnics or play games on the grass. The national trust provide a game for the children which ... more
Customer Beningbrough Hall and Gardens (York) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 291 readings)
Beningbrough Hall near York is a National Trust property and one we frequently visit as its about 6 miles away from where we live so we can either cycle there if we are feeling healthy or drop by in the car. Where is? ************ The property is 8 miles north west of York, 2 miles west of Shipton, 2 miles south east of Linton-on-Ouse (A19) from both the north and south on the A19 it is signposted and the you are directed in via Linton-on-Ouse. The road will take you in one way and out another exit so just be warned as you often see drivers looking a bit bemused at the end of the road junction about which way to go. That said it is signposted. It is ... Read the complete review
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