VISIT SUTTON PARK
Sutton Park’s house and grounds are closed to the public until further notice. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we will be reviewing the situation and amending the opening date accordingly. Please check the website and our social media posts for the latest updates.
Sutton Park, open (soon) to visit…
Sutton Park was built in the 18th century by Thomas Atkinson for Philip Harland and is now the family home of Sir Reginald, the 8th Baronet Sheffield and his wife, Lady Sheffield. The house and grounds offer a wealth of architectural and artistic delights to enjoy. Come and experience this national treasure for yourself. Opening times and admission fees are found on this page.
Admission Fees (Cash only please)
Ticket Office open from 12:30pm on House opening days only.
House & Garden
Caravan Park Guests £5.50
Private Parties £9.00 per person
Single vans – £10.50 per night, £12.50 with hook up
Rallies – £8.50 per night, £10.50 with hook up (min. 10 units)
For Caravan/Motorhome bookings, please ring the Estate Administrator on 01347 810249 or email: email@example.com
Sutton Park Tearooms
Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 outbreak and restrictions on social gatherings, we have chosen to delay the opening of our tearooms until further notice. Please continue to check the website and our social media channels for further updates.
For all Tearoom enquiries and bookings please contact Hilary:
Mobile: 07967 540621
Opening Days and Times 2020
Sutton Park was proud to be awarded ‘Gold’ in the 2019 Yorkshire in Bloom Awards. The Gardens are regrettably closed until further notice.
We hope to open Sutton Park’s Grade 1 listed house for guided tours later in the year.
Open all year round by appointment. Minimum 12 persons. £9.00 per person.
Electric buggy available for use in the gardens; pre-booking advisable. Disabled toilet in the grounds. Limited access in the House.