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Visited the Treasurers House on a recommendation, didn't know what to expect. It was a surprise and well worth the visit. Lots of interesting things to see, we took the tour, which was really good. Spend an while here its worth while.
Although we thought we knew York, we had never visited the Treasurer’s House. It is a fascinating property and all the dream of one man. The volunteer stewards were so charming and took time to tell the story of the house and to bring it...More
The Treasurer's House actually dates from a time after the position of treasurer to York Minster had ceased to exist (post-Reformation).
That doesn't stop the house and its contents providing a fascinating experience and the décor and fittings mirror the quirky taste of its last...More
Located at the back of the Minster is easy to find. There are information boards to read in each room providing more detail and extremely helpful volunteers eager to explain further detail. Restful gardens with beautiful iris and plane tree avenue. Access to the garden...More
I was surprised to learn there was a National Trust house in the middle of York. It is not the largest National Trust property by any means but bigger and prettier than I expected. We learnt lots of history from the volunteers in each room...More
This visit was interesting as to what had been done to the house and the design and furniture within. It is near York Minster and sitting in the garden offers a quiet seat looking directly at the Minster. There is a cafe which looked popular...More
“Beautiful house, beautiful garden”
Well worth a visit. A hidden gem in , by the side of the Minster. A quirky house full of oddities and quaint architecture. There are plenty of rooms to look around, the blue drawing room is...More
Visited yesterday while on a day visit to York, staying in North Yorkshire for the week. Took advantage of a guided tour and learned a lot from the guides about the history of the property and its owners. Geoff and Mel were very well informed...More