Hiring Scampston

Whether you are looking for an exclusive venue for your wedding, a corporate event, a community fundraiser, a car rally or an agricultural show, at Scampston we have a huge number of options and can work with you to meet your exact needs.

Between the magnificence of the Hall and the beautiful Hall gardens, the Victorian Conservatory nestled within the glorious Walled Garden, and the expansive ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland, we have a site to suit all occasions.

Our charges are reasonable and depend on the timing, length, complexity and size of the event - please contact us to discuss your park event and we can tailor a package which specifically suits your requirements.

Filming & Photoshoots
Scampston Hall offers the perfect setting for a wide range of filming and photography requirements
Corporate Events
Whether it's a conference venue, drinks reception, product launch or lavish dinner, we can provide everything to ensure that your company day runs perfectly.
Hiring the Parkland
Scampston Park is a perfect venue for a wide range of outdoor events and activities, including agricultural, trade, antique or craft fairs, car and caravan rallies, as well as music concerts
TESTIMONIALS
"I would like to thank Chris, his family and the team at Scampston Hall for helping us with our filming on An Inspector Calls. Throughout the prep, shoot and strike period of nearly six weeks they helped make the shoot run smoothly and were the perfect location owners to work with. We could not have asked for more and the experience was friendly and enjoyable. "
Mark Gladwin, location manager for Drama Republic
Scampston Hall has recently hosted the filming of J. B. Priestley's famous play, An Inspector Calls.
"The day was fantastic, we had really great feedback from the delegates about the food, venue and how attentive the staff were... Please do pass our thanks onto Craig, Ann and the family for allowing us into their home."
Charlotte Revill: Marie Curie
"Inside, [Scampston Hall] boasts some of the finest Regency interiors in Britain. There are original wallpapers and exquisite furniture that reflects the family’s French heritage. There is also a notable collection of porcelain and 5,000 rare books that come off the shelves every ten years to be waxed and dusted. "
Sharon Dale, The Yorkshire Post