Burton Agnes Hall (Driffield, East Yorkshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Driffield / East Yorkshire / YO25 4NB/ Telephone: 01262 490324 / Between Driffield and Bridlington on the ... more
Burton Agnes Hall (Driffield, East Yorkshire) ... A614. Burton Agnes Hall is an exquisite Elizabethan house filled with treasures from art to furniture and porcelain that has been collected by our family over five centuries. Beautiful gardens surround the Hall along with a jungle garden and more than four thousand plant species to admire.
Newest Review: ... English buildings. If you consider that it took almost a decade to complete this should give you some idea of the scale of this house. Today this building is a Grade 1 listed building that is owned and managed by the present owner, Hon Elizabeth Susan Whitelaw, the daughter of the 1st Viscount Whitelaw and her son Simon. It is known that a much older building stood on this same spot and ... more
Customer Burton Agnes Hall (Driffield, East Yorkshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/10/07 (Very useful, 154 readings)
I have seen the sign to Burton Agnes Hall every time that I have visited Bridlington or Flamborough Head over the years. It is a place that I had always thought that I would like to pay a visit too, but then the fleeting thought would be gone, and forgotten about until my next journey to the East Yorkshire coast. Maybe it is something to do with the lovely, picturesque village of Burton Agnes itself that stirs my imagination every time, for the Hall cannot be seen from the main road that passes close by at all. A few weeks ago I finally made this small detour off the main A165 Hull to Bridlingon road. My visit to Burton Agnes Hall was an interesting experience, ... Read the complete review
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