The York Mansion House
The Mansion House in York is the home of the Lord Mayors of York since 1732 and is still in use today. Built in an early Georgian style, the Mansion House is the earliest purpose-built house for a Lord Mayor still in existence, and predates the Mansion House in London by at least twenty years. The home was built as a place for the Lord Mayor to entertain visitors to the city, and to house York’s wonderful civic collections.
The magnificent state room provides a spectacular setting for drinks receptions, lavish dinners, award ceremonies and so much more for up to 80 guests seated or 100 guests standing. The House also offers the use of the dining room for up to 24 seated or 80 standing and the charming drawing room for up to 10 seated which offers a more intimate guest experience.
Your guests won’t fail to be charmed by the House’s mix of Georgian period features and a faultless service.