Reedness Hall Cottage

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RSPB, Blacktoft Sands – 2 miles
Blacktoft Sands tidal reedbed is the largest in England and is important for its breeding bearded tits, marsh harriers and bitterns. The reserve has saline lagoons, which are rare in Europe and are an ideal habitat for a variety of breeding and migrant waders, including avocets. There are six hides and a reception centre.

Fairburn Ings
Bempton Cliffs

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust:
Potteric Carr, Doncaster
Spurn National Nature Reserve, Holderness
Tophill Low
North Cave Wetlands
Paull Holme Strays/Kilnsea/Spurn Point
Living Seas Centre at South Landing, Flamborough

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust:
Far Ings National Nature Reserve
Donna Nook National Nature Reserve

Natural England:
Skipwith Common

The Yorkshire Waterways Museum, and Goole Docks Boat tour and Nature Trail walk.
Museum of Goole and Library – various exhibitions
The Junction offering cinema and theatre productions

Epworth: The Old Rectory, home and gardens of the Wesleys.

Skidby Mill, Yorkshires last working windmill

Pocklington: Burnby Hall Gardens are home to the National Collection of Hardy Water Lilies, the biggest collection to be found in a natural setting.

3o minutes drive away Selby
40 minutes drive away York, Beverley, Hull
Just over 1 hr away Pickering, North Yorks Moor Railway, Harrogate, RHS Harlow Carr Gardens

Historic Houses:
National Trust:-
Beningbrough Hall and Gardens
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
Nunnington Hall
Treasurer’s House, York
Nostell Priory

English Heritage:-
Burton Agnes Manor House
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, Doncaster

Other Houses:-
Castle Howard
Burton Agnes Hall
Burton Constable Hall
Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park
Fairfax House, York
Harewood House
Newby Hall
Normanby Hall Country Park

Whitgift Church and Blacktoft sands RSPB nature reserve