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An old historic country house that hosts many local events. Open to the public on selected days between the end of May to August you can explore the gardens, visit the house and enjoy homemade teas in the walled gardens - please see our website...more
We arrived to find the gardens closed, there was a number on the website so we called it and were very kindly given access to the gardens. We must have made a mistake about open days with the website.
We had the gardens to ourselves...More
My husband and I visited Wassand on a glorious sunny afternoon. We started at the Hall, and were warmly greeted. It's lovely to be treated as welcome visitors rather than just more customers. Lots of interesting items on display with fascinating family history. The house...More
A beautiful treasure that we were so pleased to discover was open this afternoon. Was lovely to explore this house which is very much a family home and contained many wonderful treasures. The walled gardens are a gem indeed, so beautiful and tranquil- and the...More
Although i’ve Lived in the area for many years we stumbled upon this little gem of a house (and it’s beautiful walled garden and grounds) by accident when taking a boat trip on the nearby mere which is also owned by the estate. It’s a...More
We had intended to visit Wassand Hall for the past few years but circumstance prevented it. The hall is now closed to the public until 2018. Keep watch for the 2018 opening dates and put one in your diary immediately. This type of house is...More
We only discovered this gem through talking to a visitor the previous day at Burton Constable. The house is beautiful, small, with a homely feel. Lots of information leaflets for you to read, and the family on hand to answer any questions. Gorgeous walled garden...More
Took the little ones for a lovely woodland walk and they absolutely loved it, there were so many butterflies which they delighted in marking down on the woodland spotting sheet. The staff were so friendly and the cakes were huge and delicious, We will definitely...More
Recently visited the hall and gardens, couldn't believe I hadn't been before. The hall was amazing, beautiful rooms and loved the butterfly plate display. Walked round the walled gardens with its pretty flowers and shrubs, all so well kept, also visited the cafe and the...More
We visited Wassand Hall in July and were amazed at how beautiful the grounds are, the children collected butterfly count sheets and we followed the woodland walk to the walled garden. Everyone was so friendly and we spotted lots of butterflies. The walled garden cafe...More