Newby Hall & Gardens is situated in Ripon, in the heart of Herriot Country. It’s set in 40 acres of fascinating gardens bordered by the River Ure. The hall is to be an extremely unique setting in which to entertain its guests. Newby Hall is a 17th Century Wren house with its beautiful Adam interiors provides an atmospheric venue. It is placed perfectly to cater for events such as a dinner, drinks party, conference or activity day, the House and grounds have plenty more to offer than most standard venues.
Within the house itself the Stature Gallery, Library, Ante Room and Entrance Hall all interconnect meaning they are able to cater for drinks receptions for up to a huge 300 people, with the Statue Gallery and Regency Dining Room also being available for dinners. For the larger functions Newby Hall also has the option of having a marquee on the west park or using their newly restored Orangery with an attached marquee.
Newby Hall & Gardens in North Yorkshire is one of 445 heritage organisations across the country set to receive a lifesaving financial boost from the government thanks to the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help.
Newby Hall will be fully opened from the 1st April 2022 with 1 hour guided tours, with the tours being only a max of 10 people per session. The Hall is only a 20-minute drive to the Historic Thirsk Town Centre in which visitors can see the local restaurants/shops as well as the huge museum being The World of James Herriot where Sir Alfred Wight once lived.