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This will be our first visit to the delightful Bagden Hall Hotel where we have exclusive use of this exquisite venue just for our bridge group. A delightful location - set in 40 acres of beautiful grounds and overlooking Denby Dale in West Yorkshire. Two fabulous excursions included - A visit to the City of York with a guided tour and free time to explore this splendid city, and a visit to Harewood House and Gardens, one of England’s Treasure Houses.
Make your own way to Bagden Hall Hotel and meet our bridge director and host before dining and evening bridge. There will also be a short afternoon session for those who arrive early and wish to play.
A day to relax in the hotel, explore Denby Dale or enjoy a full day of bridge with our director. There will be a morning seminar followed by afternoon bridge, dinner and evening bridge.
A Visit to the beautiful city of York. On arrival we are accompanied by a local guide, as we embark on an introductory walking tour of this city. We pass by stunning architecture such as the York Minster and the Treasurers house and explore the streets and ally ways such as the quaint Shambles, all the while hearing the fascinating history and stories about this great city. After our guided walk there is plenty of time to explore further, you may wish to walk along the city walls or take a stroll along the river, or even visit one of the many eateries York has to offer. We then return by coach back to our hotel for dinner and evening bridge.
Today we have an included visit to Harewood House, this is one of England's Treasure Houses, and is the family seat of the Lascelles family, built in the 18th century for Edwin Lascelles. In the 20th Century the house was lived in by Princess Mary the only daughter of George V, after she married Henry Lascelles in 1922. Harewood estate occupies a beautiful rural setting, with 100 acres of gardens, including the Lakeside Bird Gardens, and the Walled gardens. It has a lovely courtyard Café, a gift shop and a 2nd handbook shop, all in the courtyard. There is ample time to explore Harewood House and grounds before returning to the hotel for dinner and evening bridge
After breakfast you are free to check out your hotel