Historic Houses in North East England.

Castle Howard
Set in an elevated position, against the Howardian Hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Castle Howard's magnificent facade is visible for miles around.
Harewood House
For a great family day out, why not visit Harewood House?  The kids will love the Adventure Playground, and everyone will enjoy the exploring the grounds, the bird gardens and inside the house itself.
Barley Hall
Barley Hall is a unique survival in York, a city of wonderful buildings. It is a medieval building in the centre of the city, forgotten until a few years ago.
Belsay Hall
With its 19th century hall, Grade I listed gardens and 14th century castle, Belsay Hall is one of the best-value days out in Northumberland.
Beningbrough Hall
Beningbrough Hall combines a visit to an 18th century Georgian Mansion in its own impressive gardens with the unique opportunity to see over 100 paintings.
Bramham Park
Bramham Park is a splendid Queen Anne mansion, containing fine collections of furniture, porcelain and paintings and is set in the peaceful tranquillity of 66 acres of formal gardens and 100 acres of pleasure grounds.
Brodsworth Hall
Brodsworth Hall in Yorkshire is one of the most authentic Victorian country houses in England.
Cragside
Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and lanscape genius. Cragside house was the wonder of its age, and the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity.
Crook Hall and Gardens
Crook Hall built in the 13th century is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham. The Hall is a jumble of buildings reflecting its historical development.
Duncombe Park
Sir Charles Duncombe's new Baroque mansion was completed in 1713 on a virgin plateau overlooking Helmsley Castle and the valley of the River Rye.
Eyam Hall
Eyam Hall has been the much loved home of the Wright family for over 300 years. A guided tour of this remarkably unspoilt 17th century manor house affords a glimpse of history in miniature.
Fairfax House
Come and unlock the splendour within the finest Georgian town house in England. A classical architectural masterpiece of its age, Fairfax House was originally the winter home of Viscount Fairfax.
Hardwick Hall
One of the most splendid houses in England. Built by Bess of Hardwick in the 1590s, and unaltered since: yet its huge windows and high ceilings make it feel strikingly modern.
Lotherton Hall
Lotherton Hall is a beautiful Edwardian country house with a bird garden, red deer park and formal gardens.
Normanby Hall Country Park
Nestling in the heart of North Lincolnshire's tranquil countryside Normanby Hall Country Park is the ideal day out for all the family.
Nostell Priory
The original Nostell Priory was founded more than 800 years ago and was dedicated to St Oswald, who first brought Christianity to Britain.
Nunnington Hall
Famous nowadays for displaying possibly the world's finest collection of miniature rooms, Nunnington Hall is far from miniature itself.
Oakwell Hall
This beautiful, Elizabethan manor house has delighted visitors for centuries. Built in 1583, the hall is now set out as it would have been in the 1690s, when it was the home of the Batt family.
Ormesby Hall
Ormesby Hall is an intimate home lived in by the Pennyman family for more than 300 years, with fine plaster work, carved wood decoration and fascinating portraits.
Raby Castle
See the proud stronghold built by the mighty Neville dynasty in 1360, which has stood for centuries as a monument to their power and ambition.
Ripley Castle
Ripley Castle is Yorkshire's Best Small Visitor Attraction of the Year. It has belonged to the Ingilby for over 700 years and they are believed to be one of the oldest families in the country to still live in the same residence.
Seaton Delaval Hall
Seaton Delaval Hall is a splendid English baroque house, regarded by many as Sir John Vanbrugh's masterpiece.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Situated in a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, set in 50 acres of early 19th century parkland, enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington Bay.
Shandy Hall
Here in 1760-67 the witty and eccentric parson, Laurence Sterne wrote Tristram Shandy and A Sentimental Journey.
Sion Hill
Sion Hill was designed in 1912 by the renowned York Architect Walter H. Brierley "The Lutyens of the North".
Temple Newsam House and Estate
Temple Newsam is one of Yorkshire's greatest country houses. This stunning Tudor-Jacobean mansion has a history full of mystry and intrigue.
The Walled Garden at Scampston
Scampston is among the best examples of the English Country House, combining fine architecture with a wealth of art treasures in a beautiful parkland setting in Yorkshire.
Treasurer's House
The Roman city of York has plenty of attractions, not least of which is the wonderful Treasurer's House which is situated in the heart of the city, in York Minster yard.
Wallington Hall
Wallington Hall in Northumberland has a number of interesting claims to fame. It has the largest farm shop on any National Trust property.
Washington Old Hall
British and American visitors alike will enjoy visiting the Grade I listed Jacobean manor of Washington Old Hall which was once the ancestral home of George Washington.

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