Sutton Park Houses

Sutton Park
Sutton Park
Sutton on the Forest
Yorkshire
YO61 1DP

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Sutton Park is a charming and lived-in house, built of mellow brick in 1730 by Thomas Atkinson. The House contains beautiful eighteenth century furniture, paintings mostly from Buckingham House, now Buckingham Palace, and an important collection of porcelain. Magnificent plaster work by Cortese.

The House is a fine example of early Georgian architecture overlooking beautiful parkland. It is filled with a rich collection of treasures all put together with great style and always filled with flowers from the garden.

The award winning gardens attract visitors from both home and abroad, and have been featured in many prestigious publications. In fact Sutton Park is a frequent winner in the "Yorkshire In Bloom" Competition in the category "Yorkshire Tourist Board Award". The gardens featuring herbaceous rose borders are full of rare and interesting plants laid out with great care over the past thirty five years. In the grounds are a Georgian Icehouse and woodland walks.

Tearooms are open April - September 12 - 5p.m. Wednesday to Sunday serving delicious homemade soups, sandwiches, cakes and scones. Lunches and afternoon teas also available. Buffet suppers available for evening groups by prior arrangement. All our ingredients are seasonal and freshly baked in our own kitchens.

House is open to the public every Sunday & Wednesday from 4th of April - 29th of September also Good Friday - Easter Monday and all bank Holiday Mondays 1.30pm-5.00pm. Coach parties to book please.

Admission Charges per person are as follows:- House & Gardens Gardens only

Adults £5.50 £3.00

Children £3.00 £0.50p

OAP's/Students £4.50 £2.00

Coach Parties £5.00 £2.50


Attraction Details

VenueSutton Park
AddressSutton Park, Sutton on the Forest, Yorkshire, YO61 1DP
Opening times11am - 5pm
Entry costs
Attraction typeHouses

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