Bridlington's Sewerby Hall partially closed until further notice due to water ingress in the West Wing
The recent bad weather could not have come at a worse time, with the summer holidays in full swing and hundreds of visitors expected at the Hall.
An East Riding of Yorkshire Council spokesperson said: "Due to water ingress in the house at Sewerby Hall, the Edwardian kitchen, the housekeeper's parlour, the servants hall, and the West Wing Gallery (including the 'In Service' exhibition) are closed until further notice.
"We apologise for any disappointment caused, and will update on the situation as soon as possible.
"All other visitor areas of the house remain open, as do the gardens, the zoo, and the Clock Tower Cafe."
There are a number of other attractions for visitors to enjoy, including a hoof stock meet and greet at the Zoo and an outdoor performance of the Shakespeare play ‘The Tempest’.
Visit https://www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/ for further information.