Visitors to a North Yorkshire country house will be treated the magical sight of a carpet of snowdrop blooms this Spring.
Kiplin Hall, near Scorton, will open its grounds and tearoom to the public next month following its winter break.
The opening to visitors coincides with the opening of tens of thousands of snowdrops and aconites in the historic Jacobean property’s grounds.
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Bronia Gardener, Kiplin Hall business manager, said: “Visitors can take a walk through our beautiful gardens to see the stunning display of snowdrop blooms, which are a sure sign that Spring is here.
“Their annual arrival marks the opening of the gardens here at Kiplin and we are very excited about the eventful year ahead that we have planned.
“After enjoying the walk around the gardens, visitors can call in to our newly refurbished tearoom and see and sample some of the changes we have been working on over the winter.”
Kiplin Hall, which is run by a charitable trust, will opens its gardens and tearoom from Saturday, February 3rd.
They are open throughout spring from Saturday to Wednesday, 10am to 4pm.
The house opens to visitors from March 30th, when the opening hours will be 10am to 5pm.
For more details, visit www.kiplinhall.co.uk