Hebblethwaite House, 7&9 Westgate, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO16 4QF
Hebblethwaite House built c.1670 as a Merchants House. An eight bay building of brick with Artisan Mannerist details. The building was a Bank for 200 yrs until 2008 and was then empty until 2020. The house is currently being restored as a family home
Hebblethwaite House was built on the site of Collinson's House and retains significant elements within its structure. You will be able to see the Bank Managers entrance hallway which leads to the main stair. This leads into the Banking Hall which is a two storey room with a highly decorated plaster ceiling and oak panelling with a strongroom. Leading off from this room is the Managers office which is panelled in painted softwood. Out side to the rear is a range of outbuildings which include the service aspects of the house and a stable block which has all of its St. Pancras Ironworks fittings.
Pre-booking:Required This is a guided tour as it is our family home. There are a number steps inside the building and is not suitable for those with limited mobility issues. Booking Contact:Max Lunn Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The house has a number of steps internally and is not suitable for wheelchairs or buggy's. We sadly cannot offer toilet facilities either. There are Public Toilets at the bottom of High Street. Parking is available free On Street and in the Old Town Carpark which is two minutes walk away. There are Cats in the house so no dogs please.
Max 12 people per tour/session.50 minutes Hebblethwaite House is currently being restored as a family home. You will see a small part of the house, some restored elements and others which are not. A printed leaflet is available to purchase which was written for the local history society.Contact for the day:Max Lunn email@example.com
The house is on the righthand side of the Pharmacy which is at the bottom of Market Place in Old Town. There are two doors on the front of Hebblethwaite House, only the Right hand one is used, it has a Brass Nameplate next to the entrance.
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