Overview

Small listed Georgian mansion, built in 1726. The property is arranged over four floors and is home to a life-size portrait of the Darley Arabian horse which was brought to this country in 1703.

The site, which has been in the Darley family since 1517, sits in a bend of the River Derwent. It was once used as a castle for Edwin, King of Northumbria and the earth mound remains in the garden can be seen and explored.

Tour features

Tour includes ground, first and second floor of house. Visitors are welcome to explore the garden, church and hydro at their leisure.

Directions

Postcode YO41 1XU brings you to a village property in the middle on the north side if the road. Turn up through open gates, pass lodge house and up drive.

Refreshments

Tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival. Soup and sandwiches for lunch.

Access features

No wheelchair access to the house. The entrance hall is up a flight of 10 steps. There are limited gravel paths. Most of the garden access is across grass.


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Admission
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Tours are £22.00, with a discount for Historic Houses members.

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Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking

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11 Jun 2019

Aldby Park, York

Small listed Georgian mansion, built in 1726. The property is arranged over four floors and is home to a life-size portrait of the Darley Arabian horse which was brought to this country in 1703. The site, which has been in the Darley family since 1517, sits in a bend of the River Derwent. It was once used as a castle for Edwin, King of Northumbria and the earth mound remains in the garden can be seen and explored.

Tour includes ground, first and second floor of house. Visitors are welcome to explore the garden, church and hydro at their leisure.


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