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Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Where is Sewerby Hall and Gardens?

Sewerby Hall is situated in a unique location with dramatic cliff top views of Bridlington Bay surrounded by award-winning gardens.

It is located two miles north of Bridlington on the heritage coast footpath with on site parking and links to Bridlington town centre via the Land Train service.

Information relating to opening times, admissions, events and activities, bookings and facilities are detailed on the website:

Sewerby Hall website (external East Riding website)

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When is Sewerby Hall and Gardens open?

All the latest opening times are available on the Sewerby website:

Sewerby Hall - opening times (external East Riding website)

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What can I see at Sewerby Hall and Gardens?

Facilities include a children's play area, a nine-hole pitch and putt golf course, a zoo and the ever popular award-winning Clock Tower Tea Rooms (closed for refurbishment until June 2014). Sewerby Hall and Gardens really is the place to visit and the perfect place for a picnic!

Have a look at the following information leaflet and site plan:

Sewerby Hall and Gardens brochure 2014 (pdf 1mb opens in new window)

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What events are on at Sewerby Hall and Gardens?

You can find out about upcoming events, exhibitions, activities and competitions planned by Sewerby Hall and Gardens by visiting their 'Whats on?' page:

Sewerby Hall and Gardens - 'What's on?' (external East Riding website)

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What else can I do at Sewerby Hall and Gardens?

In conjunction with Trinity House, Sewerby Hall and Gardens offers guided tours of Flamborough Lighthouse. Read more about the lighthouse below:

Trinity House - Flamborough Lighthouse (external website)

The lighthouse is open to the public between April and October.

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Did you know you can now stay at Sewerby Hall and Gardens?

Formerly gatehouses and lodge to the Grade 1 listed Georgian House of Sewerby Hall, these period properties have been carefully renovated to a very good standard, resulting in three unique detached holiday cottages. Visitors can enjoy access to Sewerby Hall and Gardens (hall open Easter to September) with its impressive historic interiors, collection of memorabilia once owned by the famous local aviator, Amy Johnson and a frequently changing exhibition programme. The 50-acres of grounds with spectacular views over Bridlington Bay include the award-winning landscaped gardens and numerous woodland walks, with a huge variety of wildlife.

 

Please read more about the cottages, including information on how to book below:

 

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