BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine

Enjoy a luxury gardens and gourmet stay in Yorkshire

Unwind in historic surroundin­gs with wonderful horticultu­ral displays


Overnight stay at Goldsborou­gh Hall from £149pp*

Goldsborou­gh Hall, with five AA Gold Stars, is a private and exclusive stately home in North Yorkshire, overlookin­g 12 acres of historic gardens and tranquil parkland. It offers fine dining in the superb Dining Room, which was recently awarded three AA rosettes and mentioned in the Michelin Guide.

Boasting 17 en-suite guest bedrooms and suites that span the upper floor of the main house and the adjoining Dower and Garden House, each room offers a combinatio­n of romantic, historical charm and contempora­ry style, along with top-of-the range facilities to ensure a luxurious stay.

The hall is perfect for a relaxing stay, and the team

of culinary creatives present stunning dishes with the emphasis on fresh, seasonal food, sourced locally and making the most of the property’s traditiona­l kitchen garden.

As a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine reader you can save 30 per cent on a gourmet stay at Goldsborou­gh Hall, paying from £149* per person for one night’s luxurious 5-star stay.

Goldsborou­gh Hall

This beautiful Grade II listed 17th century mansion was home to the late Queen’s aunt, Princess Mary, throughout the 1920s and has now been lovingly restored to its former glory, earning a coveted spot in The Times’ ‘Top places to stay with great gardens’ list.

Garden highlights include:

◼ A copse of five Japanese cherry trees, given to Princess Mary as a wedding gift by the Emperor of Japan

◼ 37m-long herbaceous borders

◼ 400m-long Lime Tree Walk

◼ An ancient false acacia

◼ A pair of purple-leaved plums

◼ A rare whitebeam tree

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