10 November 2020

Beningbrough Hall

Beningbrough Hall is the first National Trust property I’ve visited since they reopened after the first lockdown. You have to pre-book tickets and arrive at your designated time to avoid the place becoming too crowded. The cafĂ© and house were still open at the time of writing but look likely to close in the next couple of weeks.

The hall is a large Georgian mansion near the village of Beningbrough in North Yorkshire and dates back to 1716. I’ve written a couple of posts about visiting Beningbrough before, so this is really just to share some of the photos I took whilst there including some of a little kitten. Everyone else was walking past him – we were the only ones to spot him hiding in the leaves!



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