The gardens at Yorke House have been developed by owners Tony and Pat Hutchinson during the last 30 years, to create a tranquil and peaceful setting in keeping with the surrounding countryside of Nidderdale.
Yorke House garden opens annually for the National Garden Scheme, which in 2021 distributed over £3 million to nursing, caring and gardening charities, including MacMillan Cancer Support, Hospice UK and Marie Curie Cancer Care.
During the Summer months visitors are welcome to visit the garden either on the days when it is open for charity or through privately arranged group visits.
If you would like to visit this lovely garden please see our ‘Visiting’ page (above) for dates and times when the garden is open to the public.
Sadly, due to the coronavirus we were unable to open the garden in 2020, however it gave us the opportunity to put some new developments into place and we were able to welcome visitors back to our garden at the end of June 2021. Hopefully our plans for NGS openings in 2022 will be able to go ahead and we look forward to meeting up once again with visitors old and new.
Details of how you can visit the garden this year are given on our ‘Visiting’ page.