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Wassand Hall & Gardens

Type:Historic House / Palace

Seaton, Hornsea, HU11 5RJ

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Wassand Hall is a fine Regency House in beautiful tranquil surroundings between Seaton and Hornsea on the B1244, approximately 12 miles east of Beverley, 18 miles north of Hull. The Estate has been in one family ownership since 1530 and enjoys beautiful walled gardens, woodland walk and half-mile park walk with views of Hornsea Mere which belongs to the Estate.

The Hall contains a collection of 18th and 19th century paintings and portraits of past owners of Wassand Hall and their relations; a collection of English and European silver, furniture and porcelain from the same period.

The house, gardens and parks are open on selected days during the summer, when teas are available in the fine conservatory in Wassand's beautifully planted walled gardens.

Parks at Wassand

Visitors to Wassand Hall can enjoy walks through the estate's beautiful park land. The Woodland Walk starts near the car park, going past a small lake, through an avenue of newly planted Norwegian Maple trees and then between two paddocks into a small wood, ending up by the Walled Gardens.

The Half Mile Walk is a park walk trough pretty glades with open areas giving splendid vistas of the house and Hornsea Mere.

Gardens at Wassand

The walled gardens were probably established in the sixteenth century - parts of the wall being Tudor - and records show that throughout the centuries they were used to supply the main house with fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers. The Walled Gardens have been recently restored - to a design created by Charles Mitchell - and in 2000 a summer house was built in the second garden, using reclaimed materials from the Estate. Teas and light refreshments may be purchased here on open days.

The first garden features pleached lime trees enclosing a central lawn, in the middle of which is a fountain. Surrounding the lawn are beds planted with traditional roses, which can be enjoyed in full bloom during the month of June. These is also a herb garden and borders providing colour and interest all season.

The second walled garden is the kitchen garden with beds of vegetables and fruit trees, as well as more formal features - box hedges, pond and other water features.

The gardens encircling Wassand Hall feature sweeping lawns and beds of roses, lavender and other plants, with views of Hornsea Mere and the surrounding parks and farm land.

Guide Prices

Inclusive Ticket: Hall, Gounds, Gardens and Walks
Adult: £6.50 • Concession: £6.00,
Children (11–15 yrs): £3.50
Children 10 and under: FREE

Garden Ticket: Grounds, Gardens and Walks only
Adult: £4.50 • Concession: £4.00,
Children (11–15 yrs): £2.00
Children 10 and under: FREE

Hall Ticket: Entrance to Hall only
Adult: £4.50 • Concession: £4.00,
Children (11–15 yrs): £2.00
Children 10 and under: FREE

Why not bring a picnic and spend the day exploring the Wassand Estate?

From 10.30: Walk across fields and along the Woodland Trail to the Wassand Bird Hide on the edge of Hornsea Mere and use the pretty picnic area in the car park.

From 2pm: Visit Wassand Hall, and walk round the Walled Garden, Wetland Area, Woodland and Half Mile Walks.

All Day Ticket:
All Day Tickets are available on open days only from East Lodge, from 10.30am
(access to the Bird Hide is via electric gate code given with the ticket)
Adult: £9.50 • Concession: £9.00
Children (11 – 15yrs): £4.00
Children 10 and under: FREE

Concert Ticket: email:
Grounds open at 12 (the Hall is closed to the public on concert days)
Adults: £5.00
Children (11-15yrs): £3.00
Children 10 and under: FREE


Road Directions

By Road:
Wassand is located between Seaton and Hornsea on the B1244, approximately 12 miles east of Beverley, 18 miles North of Hull. OS Ref: TA 174 460.

The nearest railway station is Beverley, which is 9 miles away.



  • Guide Dogs Permitted

Children & Infants

  • Accept children all ages

Establishment Features

  • Dogs Accepted

Key Features

  • Non smoking establishment

Parking & Transport

  • Parking (free)


Opening Times

* Wassand Hall & Gardens is only open on selected dates throughout the year, please visit the website or contact for more information.

You can visit from 2pm – 5pm


Open Day at Wassand: 12/07/2017

Open Day at Wassand: 13/07/2017

Open Day at Wassand: 14/07/2017

Open Day at Wassand: 15/07/2017

East Yorkshire Youth Bands concert: 16/07/2017 (open: 12.30pm - 5pm)


Open Day at Wassand: 02/08/2017

Open Day at Wassand: 03/08/2017

Open Day at Wassand: 04/08/201

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