Christmas Cobwebs & Cream Teas

Talks and Tours
Sun 1st December 2019
Decorated Christmas Tree in a Room
Join us for an exclusive 'behind the scenes' tour of the Hall led by one of our expert guides and discover the cellars, attics, rooftops and everything else in between!

The price of £31.50 per person also includes a self-guided walk round the Hall which will be decked with boughs of holly and a whole range of seasonal greenery and colour besides to show the cosy intimacy of a Country House at Christmas

This will be followed by a deliciously festive afternoon tea served in the beautifully decorated Rose Room at Burton Constable Hall.

The Hall will be decked with boughs of holly and a whole range of seasonal greenery and colour besides, to show the cosy intimacy of a Country House at Christmas. 

The Grounds, Stables & Stables Kitchen are open from 10am and the Hall opens at 11am with the 'behind the scenes' tour starting at 1.00pm prompt in the Great Hall.

Places on the tour are limited to 16 people and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Please notify us of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Contact Information:

Helen Dewson - Secretary Administrator

T: 01964 562400

E: helendewson@burtonconstable.com

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