Beningbrough Hall is an Italian Palace nestled between York, Harrogate and Leeds, and also a National Trust place. You can visit the 18th century mansion, the gardens and the park, have food in their little cafe or visit the farm shop located next door. They offer a wide range of local meat, free-range eggs and local fruit and vegetables, cheeses, breads and preserves. I’ve bought some cheese there and it was really good !
As you know, I’m really crazy about flowers, gardens and botanical gardens, so I had obviously a great time over there and I took many pictures. I was more interested by the gardens, with all the colourful flower beds than by the mansion.
You can visit the Hall but unfortunately, you cannot really take pictures inside…which is a shame (not even pictures without flash). Next to the main hall, there is also a Victorian laundry where you can take as many pictures as you want.
It’s really a nice place, perfect for a sunny Sunday afternoon !