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National Trust's Nunnington Hall

  • 4.6

  • from 1724 Google reviews

Nunnington Hall
Nunnington Hall

Nunnington Hall South by Wehha. CC BY-SA 3.0

About the garden

Picturesque Yorkshire manor house with organic garden and exciting exhibitions.

Opening times

Nunnington Hall, Garden, Shop and Tea Room May - June 2018: Open Tues - Sun & Bank Holiday Mon's, 10:30 - 17:00. July - 9th Sept 2018: Open daily, 10:30 - 17:00. 10th Sept - 4th Nov: Open Tues - Sun, 10:30 - 17:00. 5th - 16th Nov 2018: Closed 17th Nov - 16th Dec 2018: Open Sat - Sun only, 10:30 - 16:00. 16th - 31st Dec 2018: Closed.

Useful details

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

None

North Yorkshire, YO62 5UY

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North Yorkshire
YO62 5UY
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 1724 Google reviews

Mark Webster

9 months ago

4

Charming house with 2 main floors and an attic which often houses limited exhibitions. Well maintained interiors and restored tapestries, along with info about the various occupants over the centuries. All staff and volunteers seemed very friendly, helpful and approachable. The tea room and book shop are unusually situated inside the main house rather than in outbuildings. Food selection is slightly limited although was nice. The gardens are fairly small compared to many NT houses, but photogenic and graced with the presence of a couple of peacocks strutting around. A big theme on bug hotels and nature-friendly gardening, with activities to get children interested too.

Susan Pepper

7 months ago

4

Extremely friendly staff, offering interesting history and info about the rooms if asked. Beautiful manor house with a maze of rooms due to the many different ages of the building. I loved the cushions everywhere printed with quotations from Mrs Fife and the little game to guess the historical answers. The gardens were beautiful and great to be able to sit in deck chair or even play croquet! Well done for being very innovative! The little model rooms were also absolutely incredible.

Polly Wainwright

9 months ago

5

Well we were told this was one of the trusts smaller properties ... but it still took us over 2 hours to look round the house and beautiful gardens. One of those 'good feel ' places. 3 floors mixing very very old (1600s) to relatively modern (70s). Lots of well furnished rooms, paintings, amazing 'miniature' rooms and wooden panelling. Informative guides. Outside coffees/cakes. Deck chairs, childrens games, veg plot and currently beautiful purple tulips flowering. Second hand, well managed, book room. Parking very close to the house, plenty of large vehicle places. We really enjoyed this house.

andy sheader

8 months ago

5

The best NT site we’ve ever been to. Very friendly staff, wonderful history, we’ll laid out, great food. The best aspect are the gardens, we went today, May 24 2022, and the gardens were immaculate: well groomed grass, some wonderful flowered areas but the best part was the wild garden areas. Simply stunning visits. Thanks NT πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

Paul Rhodes

5 months ago

4

Lots to do at this small, picturesque property. Kids loved the games on the lawn and there's a little play area tucked away in the garden (turn left on the way to the far Gaye opposite the house). The cafe and tea room are good quality and you can sit in reclining chairs looking out on the river (there's apparently an otter on the 8 mile stretch of river). Three peacocks make their presence felt! The house is a throwback, which is perhaps part of the point, but the exhibits on the third floors are lovely.

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01439 748283

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