Grand Entrance to Sewerby Hall and Gardens (1930s)

(Our trail begins on the main street, close to Finley Court.  Use ‘View on map’ from the trail’s homepage to reach point ‘1’ and the start of the trail).

The lodges and monumental arch were built on the instruction of Yarburgh Greame in the 1850s when he enclosed the park. His intention was to create an imposing entrance to his house and a picturesque view from Sewerby village. In 1901 the lodges were home to the coachman and the estate labourer.

Please note: Seasonal admission charges may apply between March and November. If unsure, please check on the Sewerby Hall and Gardens website.