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Brodsworth Hall is an outstanding survivor of a bygone era. Completed in 1863 and Set in 15 acres of award winning formal gardens, the Hall is Conserved as found and contains a fully furnished interior, every item once owned by 3 successive...more
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Brodsworth Hall Stables 6422 Off B | Brodsworth, Doncaster DN5 7XJ, England
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This visit was a surprising treat. A guided tour around the house with a delightful, and very knowledgeable member of staff, revealing a most interesting history and story of restoration. The cafe served an excellent choice of good, wholesome food, and reasonable priced. The jewel...More
We visited Brodsworth yesterday, arriving at 10am. Lovely position, lots of open space with parking close to visitor centre/shop. Gift shop well stocked and friendly welcome from staff. We booked a tour of house at 11am and decided to have refreshments first. Tea rooms set...More
Despite visiting many times we have never done a tour. Today we had a taster tour of the ground floor, our guide Mark was very informative, educational and funny. We learnt so much about the house and the family that when we walked around again...More
We had a very good visit. The gardens have been well restored and there is a good set of signboards explaining their history and design. The house is excellent - being very much of one age, with original furniture and few alterations. The guides in...More
The gardens were especially lovely and very large with lots to explore, we were sadly a little early for the summer bedding but could see it planted up ready for a really gorgeous display (maybe best july/ august).
All in all we enjoyed our visit
What an amazing place to visit. We haven’t stopped talking about our day. Arrived at 11.30 on a wet Saturday morning in October. Enthusiastic team of staff and volunteers. 12 pm tour of the house with Reg who bought the house alive. Tasty pie lunch...More
Lovely gardens with great topiary of various trees and shrubs, the gardens are fairly extensive and passed a couple of hours on a sunny late September day. The house is quite different from other old houses and has been painstakingly preserved, we were lucky to...More
if your after a nice day out for a walk around gardens and a look around a hall as it once was this is the place to come
a lot of gardens that are well looked after you could spend a couple of hours here...More
Visited today. Splendid Hall building maintained by English Heritage. Very interesting talk by a guide. The gardens were beautiful & varied. There was a small cafe which served good quality snacks(hot & cold) & drinks.easy to find location within 10 mins of A1.
As recent members of English Heritage this is one of the first we have visited . close to home ,less than an hour away. We booked to go on the tour of the hall with the guide Michael who was very knowledgeable about the history...More
I tall depends on the children of course and how interested they are in history , we had a 16 yr old with us who loved it , if thinking of going have a look at when there are events going on which will interest them