Awards for Beningbrough Hall, Gallery & Gardens

White Rose Award Finalist

The White Rose Awards for Tourism, the top accolade for tourism in Yorkshire, were created in 1989 by Welcome to Yorkshire to recognise and reward excellence in tourism. The winners and finalists of this annual award represent the best in tourism in Yorkshire - guaranteed to help create a truly remarkable holiday

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Deliciouslyorkshire Member

Members are committed to fantastic food and drink from Yorkshire and Humber. As a producer member, all products made have undergone a reasonable value-adding process. Products manufactured/produced/grown/raised/baked/caught (NB all primary produce, meat or vegetables) have all spent at least 50% of its life or a minimum of 6 months on our land in the region. Retailer and hospitality members must demonstrate a policy of local sourcing where and when products are available within the Yorkshire & Humber region.

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Yorkshire's Herriot Country Attractions Group Member

Member of Yorkshire's Herriot Country Attractions Group

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York Tourism Awards Winner

The York Tourism Awards both acknowledges and rewards the successful endeavours of tourism businesses in York. To be a winner or a finalist is a recognition of excellence within the industry.

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York Tourism Awards Finalist

The York Tourism Awards both acknowledges and rewards the successful endeavours of tourism businesses in York. To be a winner or a finalist is a recognition of excellence within the industry.

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York Pass

Sightseeing savings with a YorkPass. Admission to your choice of attractions for one great price.

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National Trust

We protect historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs. Then we open them up for ever, for everyone.

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