Explore the extensive parks and gardens of this Elizabethan country house near Hull.
The hall is a Grade I listed building, set in a 300 acre park designed by Capability Brown. The park includes a large lake and an Orangery. There is a Waymarker Trail that takes you around the main features of the park.
For more details on the walks and trails in the park see the Burton Constable Walking page. This will tell you more information about the Wildlife Sculpture Trail & the Parkland Waymarker Trail.
To continue your walking in the area head south west to explore the city of Hull. If you head a few miles north there's a lovely waterside trail and lots of wildlife to see at Hornsea Mere.
PostcodeHU11 4LN - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
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There's a lovely on site tea room in the old stables. You can enjoy a delicious afternoon tea here.
The parkland at the hall makes for a fine dog walk. The cafe mentioned above also includes a Doggy Dining Room where you can enjoy delicious homemade food in a warm and cosy environment with your dog.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Head east to the coast and you could enjoy a walk from Withernsea towards Spurn Point. The narrow sand spit is a scenic nature reserve with sand dunes and huge variety of wildlife to see.
The Tophill Low Nature Reserve is also nearby. The reserve includes two pretty reservoirs and easy footpaths along the River Hull. It's another great place for birdwatching with several hides dotted around the site.