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The beating heart of Burningfold 

At the heart of the Estate, the Manor House stands proud, hugged by York flagstones, adorned with quintessential Tudor characteristics, and overlooks the spectacular lily pond beyond. On one side, its grounds enjoy intimate rose walled gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and a secret garden. On the other, the Manor benefits from unforgettable open scenery across the land. Inside the Manor is one to be marvelled, traditional features and charming carpentry all bring the character of the space together. With ample reception rooms including a drawing room, library and study, open plan kitchen and seven impressive bedrooms, the Manor truly meets the needs of smaller and larger groups alike.    

Burningfold is versatile in its event space offerings from its purpose-built lined barn and stable bar to the Manor itself, offering a unique venue with outside opportunities in the walled gardens where a marquee or stretched tent can be erected for smaller events or inside the oak panelled library. The library pictured here, with log burning stove set within a large inglenook fireplace, is full of character from original ceiling beams, wooden flooring and lead windows overlooking the mature gardens. It offers the perfect setting for sit down celebrations for up to 60 guests for a romantic wedding ceremony or wedding breakfast. 

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A touch of country charm with contemporary features

Adjacent to the Manor House, the Coach House has been newly renovated and refurbished, yet still retains its country character with beamed ceilings, original fireplaces, and lead windows. Adopting an open plan dining/living room, contemporary kitchen, separate snug, five impressive bedrooms, three ensuites, a family bathroom and the addition of a hidden nook, the space is inviting to groups of friends and large families. 

Wrapping around the house, the gardens display a selection of mature shrubs, cottage style perennials and a laid patio which boasts views overlooking paddocks and fields. 



Stay within one of our traditional spaces, or discover our hidden gem

In addition to the Manor and Coach House, Burningfold can accommodate a further eight guests.  Chapel Cottage has three bedrooms, with one ensuite and a family bathroom with a lovely private garden.  The Dolls House is an intimate space for two with shower room, sitting room and small kitchen. They are both centrally located and set around the waterside courtyard near to both the Manor and Coach House. 

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A country estate steeped in history; a journey through the years going fromHenry VIII's hunting ground, an agricultural farm, the rearing of Aberdeen Angus cattle and to now where we are an equestrian, accommodation venue & events space. 

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