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Wharram - The View


Wharram - The View

Site Information

161 High Street
YO17 9NR
North Yorkshire

Size of venue Our venue is 3000 sq ft
Capacity We can hold 250 people
Music cut off Music cut off 12:30am
Venue close time No close time
Suitable for: Parties
Hire price (4 day standard hire) £800 (excluding water & electricity)
Additional price information If water and electricity are required a bowser and generator can be supplied at an additional cost.
Available in Months:

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Wharram View is located between the historic market towns of Beverley and Malton. It is close to the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy on the western edge of the chalk Wolds of North Yorkshire.

The site itself is surrounded on all sides by worked arable land on Birdsall Estate. It is in the heart of rural Yorkshire and enjoys stunning panoramic views with a charming woodland backdrop on the western side.

Nearby is the church of St. Mary’s which stands on top of a sharp rise to the north of Birdsall House in the village. It was built in the early 19th Century, and is rich in impressive detail. It is a five minute drive from Wharram View.

The amenities include:

  • Easy Access and Clear Signage
  • Ample Parking
  • Overnight Camping can be discussed

If water and electricity are required a bowser and generator can be supplied at an additional cost.

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