Great Houses & Halls

The Yorkshire Dales and surrounding regions is dotted with stately homes and halls. Famous dukes and earls have been and gone whilst many families still occupy their traditional family houses. These houses and their gardens contain craftsmanship, metalwork and architecture of the highest standard are almost all are available to visit by the public. Parcevall Hall Gardens at Skyreholme near Skipton has English Heritage registered gardens in a dramatic steep-hilled setting. The Forbidden Corner is a network of tunnels and surprises covering a large garden in the East of the Yorkshire dales which has been voted as the number 1 location for families in the UK, well worth a visit.

 
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Parcevall Hall Garden

Skipton, South Dales

Parcevall Hall Gardens form part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and command a stunning location on the hills above Wharfedale. The exquisitely planted gardens and woodland are perfectly kept...

Newby Hall & Gardens

Ripon, South Dales

Newby Hall and Gardens offer a superb day out for all ages, and whatever the weather. The stunning gardens are filled with rare flora and fauna. The house is home to some wonderful architecture and...

Markenfield Hall

Ripon, South Dales

Dating back to Medieval times the spectacular Markenfield Hall is open to the public and is a great attraction for tourists the North York Moors. Guided tours of the hall and the outbuildings around...

Kiplin Hall & Tea Room

Northallerton, North Dales

Kiplin Hall and its amazing architecture attracts visitors from all over the world. Some come to delight in the wonderful house and gardens, some to relax in the tea rooms and enjoy the local...

 
 
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