Burton Agnes Hall

Quoting Simon Jenkins, author of England’s Thousand Best Houses, Elizabethan stately home Burton Agnes Hall is ‘the perfect English house’ and one of the twenty best English houses alongside Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and Chatsworth House. Everything about this venue is steeped in luxury and glorious opulence reflecting the prestige of the most important day of your life.

Facilities and capacity

The Great Hall provides a warm space and a fabulous atmosphere for up to 100 guests to celebrate your love, relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings. Replete with stunning Elizabethan features and award winning gardens, this is the ideal back drop for wedding photos with spectacular views across the Wolds. For bigger celebrations, a marquee can be set up on the North Lawn.

Services offered

You will be provided with all of the service you could possibly need from their excellent in-house caterers to a dedicated wedding organiser who will advise you on the use of the spaces at your disposal and is there with you every step of the way.

History

Burton Agness Hall was built between 1598 and 1610 by Sir Henry Griffith, and the family has lived there for more than four hundred years, making it fifteen generations that have filled the Hall with treasures, memories and the sound of newly married couple and their guests enjoying the most memorable of days.

Location

Award winning gardens, over 4,000 different plant species, a maze, herbaceous borders and much more are at your disposal here. Everything about Burton Agnes Hall conspires to provide the perfect setting for timeless wedding photographs.

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Burton Agnes Hall

30 people found this review helpful

It was a glorious February day with sunshine and brilliant blue skies; much too nice to be inside. We decided to visit Burton Agnes Hall for their snowdrop Walk.

Burton Agnes Hall is a beautiful Tudor Manor House set in parkland in the flatland of East Yorkshire. The house is closed but the gardens are open for the snowdrops. There is not a lot to see in the walled garden at his time of the year, but it is stunning in the summer months.

The house is surrounded by neatly cut grass with carefully trimmed specimen yew trees and an ornamental lake.

A woodland walk takes you through mixed woodland with beech and ash. The ground was covered with snowdrops. The well maintained gravel paths which kept our feet dry, just as well after torrential rain the previous day. In the sunshine it was a joyous site.

We stopped to admire the wood sculptures of owls, squirrels and a woodpecker. Hanging from a tree was a spiders web with a giant spider, guaranteed to freak out any arachnophobes in the party. Don’t miss the wire snail and a giant caterpillar.

In the middle of the wood is a large wind chime which was making a tremendous din in the strong wind. In fact we thought at first it was agricultural machinery working in the field.

The walk is about two miles and there are plenty of seats along the way to stop and enjoy the snowdrops. We felt better for the blow and exercise. We felt we had earned a cup of tea and cake in the cafe in the courtyard. Outside the shop were pots of snowdrops, daffodils and irises (every colour imaginable) for sale.

At £5.50 for Senior Citizens we felt this was a bit expensive compared with £5 for the snowdrop walk at Hodsock Priory in Nottinghamshire which we felt has the edge, especially the flower gardens.

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The gardens… and the cafe. – Burton Agnes Hall

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