Awards for Castle Howard

VistEngland VAQAS

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from VisitEngland.

Deliciouslyorkshire Breakfast

Designed to encourage hotels, B&Bs and cafes to source more regional produce, the Deliciouslyorkshire Breakfast scheme is only open to those who source 5 ingredients or more regionally. Your guarantee of a truly local breakfast made with quality, locally grown ingredients!

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Deliciouslyorkshire.

White Rose Award Winner

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

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Welcome to Yorkshire.

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.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Visit York.

Historic Houses Association Friends Scheme

The Friends of the HHA is made up of individuals and families who, in recognition of their support, are offered free access during normal opening hours to nearly 300 historic houses and gardens which are owned by Members of the Association

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Historic Houses Association.

Hudsons Heritage Explorer Pass

Hudsons Explorer Pass - everything you need to start exploring England's finest houses and gardens. For great days out, a Hudsons Explorer Pass is just the start…

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The Treasure Houses of England

The Treasure Houses of England are ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England today. Each has its own unique charm and all combine together to give a fascinating insight into life in England over the centuries.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Treasure Houses.