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Wassand Hall

Wassand Hall, Seaton, Hornsea HU11 5RJ, England
+44 1964 534488
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Absolutely stunning

Recently visited the hall and gardens, couldn't believe I hadn't been before. The hall was... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Louise D
Beverley, United Kingdom
Brilliant child friendly woodland walks and butterfly spotting!

We visited Wassand Hall in July and were amazed at how beautiful the grounds are, the children... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Beverley, United Kingdom
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An old historic country house that hosts many local events. Open to the public on selected days between the end of May to August you can explore the gardens, visit the house and enjoy homemade teas in the walled gardens - please see our website (details above) for dates and details of ticket. Please note, teas only available for ticket holders.
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Wassand Hall, Seaton, Hornsea HU11 5RJ, England
+44 1964 534488
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Recently visited the hall and gardens, couldn't believe I hadn't been before. The hall was amazing, beautiful rooms and loved the butterfly plate display. Walked round the walled gardens with its pretty flowers and shrubs, all so well kept, also visited the cafe and the...More

Thank Louise D
Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited Wassand Hall in July and were amazed at how beautiful the grounds are, the children collected butterfly count sheets and we followed the woodland walk to the walled garden. Everyone was so friendly and we spotted lots of butterflies. The walled garden cafe...More

Thank RHB402
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Looking out towards Hornsea Mere which is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire covering some 467 acres, 2 miles long yet only a maximum of 12ft deep. Wassand Hall is set in beautiful surroundings The Estate has been in the ownership of one family since...More

Thank Nigel G
Reviewed 17 November 2016

We really did visit on 2 consecutive days...Day one.....spent so much time walking and admireing the grounds and views...not to mention tea and cakes in the Conservatory only had time for a quick browse of this fabulous but 'homely' residence. Day two....spent more time in...More

Thank David C
Reviewed 31 August 2016

I've visited this small, charming country house several times. The rooms available to the public are real family rooms and therefore you feel immediately at home. Family members are available to answer any questions you may have and one room contains specific information about the...More

3  Thank Jenny W
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

Wassand Hall is a beautiful residence and well worth the visit! Lovely owners and most friendly. The house is excellent as are the gardens. Lovely cafe and walled garden.

Thank TallTrees19
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Some people are so lucky. This Regency house was open to the public at the weekend and it is a superb small country house (as against large stately home!). Beautifully set at the and of Hornsea Mere up a gently rising driveway and past a...More

1  Thank LindylooCleveland
Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

An interesting house, made even more interesting by the current owner, a most charming patrician. As he said it was a family home, and that showed in the furnishings and paintings. Lovely that it had not been spoilt by 'modernisation', and the Victorian conservatory had...More

1  Thank poggy11
Reviewed 24 June 2016

What a wonderful warm welcome to our 47 visitors today. The owners were delightful and nothing was too much trouble to them. The house is beautiful with freedom to roam as you like. The history of the house very interesting. The views of Hornsea mere...More

3  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 2 June 2016

If you're looking for something special on the outskirts of Hornsea, visit Wassand estate on one their open weekends. This hidden away spot is delightful. Not many folk know about it, which in turn makes it even more special. There is an entrance fee, so...More

4  Thank Gd_eats52
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