Sledmere House in the unique estate village of Sledmere, just a few miles from Garton on the Wolds, is home to Sir Tatton Sykes 8th Baronet.
The parkland surrounding the 18th century house was designed by Capability Brown.
As well as a tour of the house, visitors can also enjoy exploring the dog friendly grounds and gardens, the historic stable yard home to the magnificent Sledmere Shires, a collection of rare breed animals, a farm shop and the Coach House Café.
Burton Agnes Hall is an Elizabethan house with lovely grounds and gardens.
The house has many fine paintings, bronzes, porcelain and furniture.
During the summer months, artists in residence exhibit their work and offer painting demonstrations.
Annual events include a garden fair held in June and a weekend of jazz each July.
Sir John Constable began building Burton Constable Hall in the mid-sixteenth century and it is still the home of the Constable family.
Visitors have access to more than thirty rooms, containing historic collections of fine furniture, paintings and sculpture, sporting guns and a library of over 5000 books.
Visitors can also enjoy parkland and woodland walks.
Castle Howard is a magnificent 18th century house with extensive collections and breath taking gardens set within a 10,000 acre rural estate.
It has been home to the Howard family since the house was built.
If time doesn't permit a full tour of the house and grounds, a farm shop, plant centre, the Courtyard Café, gift shop and glass blowing studio are all free to visit.
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