Friday 9 September:1100-1600


Beverley Lairgate Hall

Greendealexpress Ltd, The Hall, Lairgate, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 8HL

The Hall is a Grade I listed buildings, with some sensational rooms and furnishings, including Chinese wallpaper

A hidden treasure, one of Beverley's most beautiful Georgian houses, is rarely seen by the public.

The house standing on its own grounds (which were once much larger) was built c. 1760 for the Pennyman family, on a site that once belonged to a medieval hospital. The rooms to be shown are the hall, staircase, and drawing room – added around 1770, probably to the designs of the great northern architect John Carr. They contain a wealth of Georgian detail in plasterwork, marble, wood-carving, furniture and in the drawing room, the famous hand-painted Chinese wallpaper of c.1771 with flowers, insects, frogs and birds. These public rooms are spectacular and the Hall is Grade I listed as ‘of exceptional interest’.

By kind permission of Mr Mark Butters.
No photographs please.

Booking Details

No booking required


No iphotographs please

COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

Additional Information

The Hall contains several businesses, and some rooms will be in use, so please enter and look around quietly Two reception rooms, the lower staircase and the entrance hall will be the spaces shown.Contact for the day:TBC


Opposite the Memorial Hall, set back from Lairgate

Organised by

Beverley Civic Society