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Welcome to Blackwood Hall

Address: Skipwith, Selby, YO8 5DD

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Dating to 1858, this splendid Victorian mansion is set in 14 acres of grounds and boasts a carp pond. With free parking, Blackwood Hall is 20 minutes’ drive from historic York. Decorated in an elegant country house style, each room also has a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Many rooms overlook the lovely gardens and countryside, and all have free tea/coffee. Both traditional full English and continental breakfasts are served daily in Blackwood Hall’s charming dining room. Evening dining at local village pubs is only a few minutes’ drive away. Across the road from the Hall, Skipwith Common wetland nature reserve provides wildlife spotting, and many scenic walks are also on the doorstep. Selby is the nearest town, 10 minutes’ drive away.

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The Oaks Golf Club - York - Golf

The Oaks Golf Club - York - Golf

Distance 4.31 miles (6.89 km)
The Oaks Golf Club opened in June 1996. From the moment you approach the outstanding entrance, with its imposing gates and large blue flags billowing their welcome, you are transported into a world where friendliness, quality and professionalism are the key words to the success of 'The Oaks'. The course is built in harmony with it's natural woodland setting near to the Derwent Ings. The wide green fairways blend and bend with the gentle countryside. The greens are all built to USGA specifications with substantial mounding. The course is 6742 yards long with a par of 72 and SSS of 72.

Selby Golf Club - Selby - Golf

Selby Golf Club - Selby - Golf

Distance 6.97 miles (11.15 km)
Selby Golf Club is located near to the village of Brayton, close to the A19, and about three miles to the South West of Selby. The club was established in 1907, and is owned by its members, operating as a non-profit making limited company. The course is an 18 hole par 71 'links-stlye' built on sandy soil, which gives the benefit of good drainage. In November 1998 there was a fairway irrigation system installed, and this, combined with the sandy soil means that the course should be in good condition in both summer and winter. The clubhouse has numerous facilities available to members, social members and playing visitors.