11 July 2017

Nunnington Hall


One of the places we visited over the bank holiday weekend was Nunnington Hall. Nunnington is a National Trust owned country house in North Yorkshire, built in the 17th and 18th centuries. Once we’d parked up and shown our membership cards, we headed over the bridge into the grounds and were greeted by a peacock strutting along the path.


The gardens were filled with beautiful purple flowers and I loved the climbing roses. We found a gate which took us out of the grounds and along a footpath to the riverbank. We didn’t pass another person on this walk which is always a bonus!


Nunnington has a café and tearoom, but with it being such a nice day we chose to sit outside where we drew the attention of more peacocks who wanted a bite of our sandwiches.


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