Castle Howard


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Castle Howard

(ˈhaʊəd)
n
(Named Buildings) a mansion near York in Yorkshire: designed in 1700 by Sir John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor; the grounds include the Temple of the Four Winds and a mausoleum
References in periodicals archive ?
The couple left in a blue Volkswagen campervan for their reception, expected to be at Castle Howard, the Yorkshire stately home made famous by the 1980s TV adaptation of Brideshead Revisited.
It is widely reported that the service in York Minster will be followed by a lavish reception at Castle Howard.
The couple will hold a lavish reception at Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, which featured in the 1980s TV version of Brideshead Revisited Caspar Jopling, 27, who works for Sotheby's, went to Eton and his family are landowners in South Yorkshire.
1726: Sir John Vanbrugh, playwright and architect of Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard, died.
A Baroque period pile that came to fame through Brideshead Revisited, Castle Howard in its prime was so big the estate incorporated five villages and had its own railway station.
1726: Sir John Vanbrugh, playwright and architect of Blenheim Palace, Castle Howard and many castles and houses, died.
Kerry Haycock, consultant to the farm shop at Castle Howard said: "I discovered Burtree Puddings as they are a Guild of Fine Food member and we are aware of their accolades in the Great Taste Awards."
Second place went to Castle Howard in York and Ridge Walk Mam Tor to Losehill in Castleton, Derbyshire, came in third.
The crash occurred just yards from a main road in a field between Castle Howard, a popular local tourist destination and used as one of the main settings of TV drama Brideshead Revisited, and the A64.
Following in the footsteps of Bill Nighy and Catherine Zeta-Jones, we headed towards Bridlington and didn't need a rail ticket en route when we went down a winding track to arrive at the Platform 1 apartment at Castle Howard station.
The 300-year-old cabinets from Rome, brought to Britain in the 18th century by one of the leading collectors of the day, the 4th Earl of Carlisle, for Castle Howard, Yorkshire, are said to be among the most important of their kind left in Britain.
The pair, who have been friends for several years, are believed to have already booked a venue – Castle Howard in Yorkshire, Castle Howard in Yorkshire, – renowned as the setting for TV's Brideshead Revisited.