Large country house sleeping 16 with tennis court and walled garden for family get togethers and celebrations near York
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. The Wing at Brook Hall, Wighill, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, sleeps 2 - 16 in 8 bedrooms.
An opportunity to stay at historic Brook Hall, a rural mansion built in 1835, with incredible unspoilt views, sunrises and sunsets, giving you, your family and friends the real English country house experience, ideal for a holiday, house party, gathering of friends and family or staying for a nearby wedding. The gardens are also a wonderful site for a marquee for a wedding reception, with on-site accommodation.
The Wing at Brook Hall sleeps 16 and consists of 8 large and very comfortable double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a large kitchen and a sitting room. There is a free hot tub and free WiFi with the booking. Some of the bathrooms have far reaching views across the Yorkshire countryside from the bath or shower, including a Jacuzzi bath. All the electricity is now sustainably resourced from solar power
Please come and enjoy the magnificent Victorian walled garden, which is private for your use, and unwind in the hot tub, relax on the sofas, sun loungers, play tennis on the hard court, and have leisurely sit down meals outside all together, with the gas BBQ and firepit. The latest WiFi extends right round the accommodation and walled garden.
The White Swan pub in the village is a short walk. Brook Hall is 20 minutes from historic York (Railway and Chocolate Museums, Minster, Jorvik and Shambles), bustling Leeds and beautiful Harrogate. Historic houses (Castle Howard, Newby Hall, Harewood House), family attractions (Flamingo Land, Lightwater Valley, Tropical World) and the Yorkshire Moors are all easily accessible. Racing nearby is at York, Doncaster, Thirsk, Wetherby and Ripon. Excellent local pubs including The White Swan in the village or a walk to the Tickled Trout at Bilton-in-Ainsty. Tadcaster nearby is a brewing town with many pubs and excellent cheap beer from a wood cask delivered by shire horses and dray.