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The Gardens

Sewerby Hall has over 50 acres of award-winning (Yorkshire in Bloom Gold: 2008-11) landscaped gardens containing numerous woodland walks, comfortable benches, a huge variety of wildlife and secluded sun-traps as well as the Marie Curie Daffodil Trail throughout spring.

The elegant symmetry of the formal gardens and the magnificent Monkey Puzzle trees, reputed to be amongst the oldest in England, are a must-see.

Each garden offers its own variety of sights, smells and sounds throughout each of the four seasons.

Sewerby gardens

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Walled Gardens

Visitors to the Walled Garden will find a delightful array of flowers and shrubs neatly framed by close-cropped box hedgerows.

Rose  Garden

Like the Walled Garden, the Rose Garden follows a formal design, with planting beds bordered by box hedging.

Picnic  areas

Sewerby Hall and Gardens won Warburton’s Bread: Best National Picnic site in 2008 and 2009.
There are picnic benches placed around various parts of the estate.

Pleasure Garden

This garden can be found adjacent to the putting green and contains Sewerby’s superb collection of magnificent Monkey Puzzle trees.

Woodland Walk

The Woodland contains a wide variety of tree species. Look out for sycamore, horse chestnut and elm amongst others.


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