Have been here several times and enjoy the range of facilities. You can visit the castle, which is one of the oldest and best preserved in England, and has belonged to the Ingilby family since the 13th century I think. The gardens are lovely. My daughter had her wedding reception here, and everyone enjoyed the experience and were complimentary . There is a nice cafe/restaurant serving local produce, and a couple of (rather expensive) shops…one selling food and drink and the other souvenirs and knick-knacks. If you wish, you can eat at the Boar's Head Hotel, but in terms of value for money and service, I wouldn't rate it that highly….a bit pretentious without having the quality and sophistication to back it up. But a good place to visit with lots of historical interest.
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