Sewerby Hall and Gardens - Dog Friendly Visit
Looking for things to do in Yorkshire. We recently staycationed on the East Yorkshire coast and it is a dog haven. It's filled with plenty of #dogfriendlybeaches, places to visit and eateries including Sewerby Hall & Gardens.
We stayed at Raywell Country Lodge Park in Cottingham read about our stay here
The 50 acres of park contain something for everyone - with a lively zoo area, woodland trails, tours of the historic house and lush landscaped gardens Sewerby Hall has something for every member of the family. Although dogs are not allowed in the Zoo or House, they are allowed in the café and gardens.
Once you have purchased tickets for Swerby you can exit and re-enter the park multiple times that day. We started with a small walk around the grounds before heading out the south entrance to view the Bridlington cliffs which is simply a stunning view we had a small walk as it was a reasonably hot day and then headed back to explore more of the Sewerby grounds!
You can also take the Land Train which runs directly from Sewerby Hall to Bridlington or walk the coastal path along the cliffs to Bridlington town.
The walled gardens are simply beautiful and Chester really enjoyed exploring and sniffing all the different plants which featured some scarecrows dressed for the Queen's jubilee in various spots the cutest being a Corgi with the union jack. The walled garden is split into three section with the roses getting their very own Rose Garden which was in full bloom when we visited and was simply stunning!
We then ventured to the Cafe for some lunch. They have tables inside and outside at the Clock Tower cafe the dogs are allowed in all the outside areas but they have a dedicated indoor area where dogs must sit. We choose to sit outside on the wooden tables with a parasol to keep the dogs in the shade. We spent around £25 on Ham and Cheese Paninis and three drinks. The food was tasty and what you would expect of a cafe however the choice was limited as we arrived about 1pm and most of the sandwiches had gone from the unexpected rush of lunch. The toilets are situated just behind the cafe (next to the zoo entrance).
Things to know before you visit
There is a large car park with disabled parking which is free all day and a land train that takes you to the seafront of Bridlington which is £3.50 for a adult return unsure of children prices.
Entrance price £9.5 for adults £7.30 for children or their are family passes available you can also pay an additional £3.50 for adults and £2.20 for children to have the pass valid for two days.
By Car: Sewerby Hall & Gardens, Sewerby, Bridlington YO15 1ED
The grounds are both pushchair and wheelchair friendly.
By Land Train: Journey in style along the cliff tops using the Bridlington Land Trains. You can get a discount on a combined admission and Land Train return ticket between Sewerby Hall and Gardens and the station near East Riding Leisure Bridlington. Ask the driver or enquire at any of the admission station at the entry points to Sewerby hall
Thanks for Reading
Sarah & Chester