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Sledmere House
East Yorkshire

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Sledmere is a jewel nestling in the heart of a beautiful traditional English Country Estate where visitors have been welcomed by the Sykes family for over 250 years. Situated in the centre of the Yorkshire Wolds, here is a place to eat, shop, walk, cycle or immerse oneself in the charms of stunning gardens, explore the stables (which are once again home to working horses) and on certain days, soak up the atmosphere of a much loved Stately home.

Opening Times 2015
The Walled Garden, The Stables, Williams Farm Kitchen, Terrace Cafe and Gift Shop are open everyday except Monday (excluding bank holidays) 10.00am - 5.00pm

The Triton Gallery 3rd April -27th September 10.30am - 3.30pm

Sledmere House 3rd April - 30th October 11.00am - 3.30pm

Please visit our East Yorkshire events page for details of forthcoming events at Sledmere.


Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes - Groups of 15+
Admission Price: Adult - 6.50, Child - 3.50, Concession - 6.00, Family (2a + 2c) 18.00
Sledmere House (additional charge):
Adult - 3.00, Child - 50p, Concession - 2.50.
Access to Cafe, Farm Shop, Gift Shop and Gallery free of charge.

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